Nederlandsche vogelen

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(English: Dutch birds) was a five volume book by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, started in 1770. It was published in Amsterdam, by J. C. Sepp & son. It contained a total of 250 large size images (56 x 39,5 cm), that were digitized and donated to Wikimedia Commons by the Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Royal Library) of the Netherlands in 2015.[1]

Vol. 1 (1770)[edit]

Examples of images from Vol. 1[edit]

All images of Vol. 1[edit]

On this page all 50 images of Vol. 1 are presented, in order of appearance, with the latin names and the Dutch names used in the book, the modern scientific names and the modern Dutch and English names:

Vol. 2 (1789)[edit]

Examples of images from Vol. 2[edit]

All images of Vol. 2[edit]

On this page all 50 images of Vol. 2 are presented, in order of appearance, with the latin names and the Dutch names used in the book, the modern scientific names and the modern Dutch and English names.

Vol. 3 (1797)[edit]

Examples of images from Vol. 3[edit]

All images of Vol. 3[edit]

On this page all 50 images of Vol. 3 are presented, in order of appearance, with the latin names and the Dutch names used in the book, the modern scientific names and the modern Dutch and English names.

Vol. 4 (1809)[edit]

Examples of images from Vol. 4[edit]

All images of Vol. 4[edit]

On this page all 50 images of Vol. 4 are presented, in order of appearance, with the latin names and the Dutch names used in the book, the modern scientific names and the modern Dutch and English names.

Vol. 5 (1829)[edit]

Examples of images from Vol. 5[edit]

All images of Vol. 5[edit]

On this page all 50 images of Vol. 5 are presented, in order of appearance, with the latin names and the Dutch names used in the book, the modern scientific names and the modern Dutch and English names.

Writer / Painter / Publisher / Editor[edit]

  • Cornelis Nozeman:
Cornelius Nozeman  (1720–1786) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q1883763
Description Dutch minister, ornithologist and scholar
Date of birth/death 15 August 1720 22 July 1786
Location of birth/death Amsterdam Moordrecht
Work period from 1744 until 1778
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(estimation)
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creator QS:P170,Q1883763


  • Christiaan Sepp:
Christiaan Andreas Sepp  (1700–1775) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q19361299
Description German publisher, engraver, entomologist and illustrator
Date of birth/death ca 1710 2 August 1775
Location of birth/death Q1538553 Amsterdam
Work period from 1735 until 1775
date QS:P,+1750-00-00T00:00:00Z/7,P580,+1735-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P582,+1775-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
(estimation)
Work location Hamburg; Amsterdam (1739–1775); Amsterdam (1739–1739)
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creator QS:P170,Q19361299


  • Jan Christiaan Sepp:
Jan Christiaan Sepp  (1739–1811) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q3161629
Alternative names Jan Christiaen Sepp; Jan Sepp; Sepp; Jan. Sepp
Description Dutch publisher, writer and illustrator
Date of birth/death 8 November 1739 29 November 1811
Location of birth/death Amsterdam Amsterdam
Work period from 1754 until 1811
date QS:P,+1500-00-00T00:00:00Z/6,P580,+1754-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P582,+1811-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
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creator QS:P170,Q3161629


  • Martinus Houttuyn:
Martinus Houttuyn  (1720–1798) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q73674
Alternative names Houtt.; Houttuyn
Description Dutch botanist, physician, zoologist and entomologist
Date of birth/death 1720 2 May 1798
Location of birth/death Hoorn Amsterdam
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creator QS:P170,Q73674


Footnotes[edit]

  1. See the (Dutch) page on Nederlandsche vogelen on the website of the KB; with links to all five volumes