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Vrij willige verkoopinge van een capitaale buitenplaats genaamd Wulperhorst, met annexe hofsteden en landen, by Zeyst.Utrecht, J. Vis, 1801. (Ca. 100 x 44 cm). With the text printed in red. Framed.
- Not in KVK; NCC; WorldCat. Only survived (?) copy of an auction poster announcing the sale of the country estate Wulperhorst, originally dating from the 17th century. In the last half of the 18th century the estate came into the possession of lieutenant-stadtholder Willem Nicolaas Pesters (1717-1794) and after his death it fell to his wife Isabella van Westrenen (1728-1809). It was auctioned in 1801 and subsequently owned by Jan Anthony Taets van Amerongen heer van Woudenberg (1769-1828), after his death it was auctioned again in 1829. The new owner, Jan Elias Huydecoper, had it demolished, but decided in 1829 to build a new country house, which still exists today. With some folds and contemporary annotations relating to the sale. Good copy.
      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books]
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