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Full text of "Restaurant Rijks-Museum Amsterdam"

Presented to the 

LIBRARY o/z/ie 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 

by 

JOHN W. AUER 



AMSTERDAM, (Ncthcrlandsj, 1908. 



L. S. 



Encoiirngcd by the success we have had the satisfaction to obtain, by our edition 
for \{W, and also with an eye to the continually increasing number of foreign visitors, we have 
not hesitated to issue again a gratuitous ornamental edition. ~ — 

We seize this opportunity to present our best thanks to all such persons as have 
enabled us, by their kind co-operation and support, to produce something exccptionel, and, now 
already, feel sure that our mutual interests could not have been better promoted, than by this 
edition; at the same time, we are convinced that those who will peruse this work will, certainly 
not refuse us their appreciation. 

This appreciation we shall consider a sufficient reward for the comprehensive work 
we have had to do. 

We remain. 

Respectfully Yours, 

„N.V. tut Explditatic van Hotels en Restaurants" 

JOHN. WESSELINK, 
Dir. 



THIP TO ZAANDAM l>y thej Saloon-Steamers ..ZAANDAM 1" and ..ZAANDAM II". 

Hours of departure: 
from Amsterdam: 7. — ,8.— ,9.— , 10. — , 
II.—, 12.—, I.—, 2.— .3.— ,4.— .5.—. 
from Zaandam: 6. — , 7. — , 8 — . 9. — . 
10.—. 

Office at Amsterdam : De Huy- 
terkade Pier N'o. 8. beliiml the 
Centr.-il Kailway-Station. 

TRIP TO THB ISLAND OF 

MARKEN VOLENDAM. 

MONNIKENDAM and 

BROEK IN WATERLAND. 

From .\mslerdain by the magniti- 

cicnl Steam Yacht ..Island of Marken". 

via the Zuiderzee to the island of Marken. 

then to Volendam, returning throujjh 

the canals from Monnikendam via 

Uriiek, the so-called ..Dead Cities", to 

Amsterdam. 

Daily at 9.30 a.m. from quay de 
Kuyter Tier No. 6, behind the Central 
Railway Station, returning at 4.45 p.m. 
in Amsterdam. 

Fare wich includes guide Fl. 2.50. 

HOLLAND— PRIESLAND Saloon-Steamers ..IIFKRENVEEN " and ..BOLSWARD". 

Tlic chcapcsl and most comfiirial)K- way to see .,Friesland" is by taking the saloon-steamers to Lemmer and 
the Lines of the Nellierland Tramway Company. 

Principal places: Joure — Sneek — Uolsward — Harlingen — Franeker — Leeuwarden — llcercnveeu — 
Drachlen — Ciorredijk — Dokkum. 

Hours of departure: from Amsterdam: Day-Service (excepted Sunday) 8.55 (I.T. Night-Service (excepted 
.Sunday) 11.40 G.T. 

.■\sk for special excursion tickets (only during one or two weeks) at the office at Amsterdam: De Ruyter- 
kade Pier No. 6, behind the Central Railiv.iy Station. 




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HOOK OF HOLLAND-HARWICH. 

Daily scr\ice (Sundays included) with first class twin screw 
Passen!:^'"er-stcamcrs and the fine new turbine steamer "Copenhai^en". 

AMSTERDAM (Central Station) . . dep. 8.48 p.m. 

HOOK OF HOLLAND „ n.20 „ 

LONDON (Liverpoolstreet) arr. 8.00 a.m. 



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steamyachts leave 

Amsterdam 

(de Ruyterkade) daily for 

Volendam & Marken 

calling en route at Broek 
and Monnikendam, 
ample time being given 
to visit these interesting 
old places. 

The yachts leave at 10, 
and 10.30. 

Please note that both 
yachts have two white 
stripesroundtheirfunnels. 

Tickets arc issued at the Hutels. 
FARE . . . . f 3.— 

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ROYAL ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY ..NATURA ARTIS MAGISTRA". 

A M !< ■!• b; li 1) .A M. 

Patroness: H. M. the Queen. Patron: H. R. H. Henry Prince ol' the Netherlands, Duke of Mecldenburgb, etc. 



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ZOOLOGICAL 

GARDENS. 

Lovely garden- and 
park sceneries. 



INStCTARIU.W. 
Live Insects. - Butterflies. 
Beetles etc. 



Daily open: introduction for foreigners f 50. evening-concerts f 1.—. 
CONCERTS: Every Sunday afternoon from 2—1.30. Wednesday evening, May-Sept, from 8-11 




ZOOLOGICAL MUSEUM. 

Museum of indigenous animals, 

with groups, showing them in their naturel habitn 
and surroundings. 

ETHNOGRAPHICAL MUSEUM. - Ethnography. 

ZOOLOGICAL LIBRARY with Reading-Room. 



Aquarium. Sea- and Freshwater animals. Tropical 
Fishes from East- and West-India. Admission f 0.25 




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LllliAl' TICKt'I'S LONDON TO HOLLAND. 

(May until and including October). 

Cheap Return Tickets are issued every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, during the above period, 
from Victoria, Holborn Viaduct, St. Paul's and Heme Hill Stations, by the 'J.42 a.m. dav service to 

the following towns: 



YLISSINGER POST ROUTE 




Return fares. 



1st class. 2nd class. 



AMSTERDAM (via Utrecht. 

or Gouda, or llaarletn) 

ARNHEM 

THE HAGUE (via Delft). . . 

ROTTERDAM 

UTRECHT 

SCHEVENINGEN (via Delft) . 



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(if the d.nte of issue, hy llic DAV STEA.MKl? oniy. H.Tnd Luggage 
(inly .Tllowed free. 

CIRCULAR TOURIST TICKETS. 
(All the year round) 

Cheap Circular Tickets (Rundreisebillets) are also issued throtigli Holland, Gerninny. Austria, 
Hungary, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. These tickets can 
be supplied by the Enquiry and Booking Offices of the Quecnboro' Flushing Route, 33 Cockspur 
Street, London, S.W., and Electra House, Finsbury Pavement, Moorgate, London, E.C. 



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Antiquities & Works of Art 

Established 1773 Established 1773. 

Pun-eyors to H.H. The Princess of Reuss, Duchess of Saxony. 

A. J. SPIJER & SON 

K^lverstraat 10 -- Amsterdam. 



Antiquities - Curiosities - Old Furniture - Old China 
Old Delftware - Old Silver - Old Tapestries - Clocks 

ETC. ETC. 



THE ANATOMICAL LESSON OF Dr. TULP. 



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Published by JOHN Wesselink. Restaurant, Rijks-Museum. 



RESTAURANT IN THE MUSEUM. 



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Spuislraal 62. 

I'lic best place to buy tlie best 
Reproductions of old Dutch 

Silver. 
Made after real old Dessins. 

LIEGE 1905. 
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MILANO 1906. 
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IHSTTEEIIOPI'S IDECOR^^TOPl- 



Large Cnllcctioii of antique oak and iiiarquctcrie furniture. Cliina old Delft ware, 
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THli SYNDICS OF THE CLOTHHALL. 



N.it. Museum, Anistcrd.ini. 




KL.'.ILRANDT. 
Published by JOHN WESSELrsK, Restaurant, Rijks-Muscum. 



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AMSTERDAM. 



THE JEWISH BRIDE. 

Nat. Museuin. Anisterdam. 




RE.MBRANDT. 
Published by JOHN WeSSELINK, Rcst.iiir.-int, Rijks-Museum. 



flikmaap is fhc mosf 
impopfanf Cheese mar- 
kef in fhe world. 

The warehouses of 

fl. HENNEMflN 

RLKMflflR, 
are on fhe Cheese mar- 
kef Np. 50. 

Sfpangeps ape invifed 
fo pay a visif a mapkef 
day (Fpiday). 



Telegram-Adres: 

'HENNEMflN-ALKMAAR. 




EXPORTATEUR DE FROMAGE 

Adresse-lelegraphique: HENNEMON QLKMflflR. 

CHEESE EXPORTER 

Cable-address: HENNEMAN ALKMAflR. 

EDAMER & GOUDA KAESE 

Telcgramm-adresse: HENNEMAN ALKMAAR. 



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D. A. C. ARTZ. born 1837, died 1890. 




Published by JOHN Wesselink, Restaurant, Rijks-Museuin. 



VARIETE "FLORA". 



AMSTELSTRAAT. 



Dir. A. Noggerath. 



EVERY EVENING GRAND SHOWS OF SPECIALITIES. 
Prices of admission n. 1. -, n. 0.80, fl. 0.53 and n. 0.30. 






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Every Wednesday from 2-4 o clock CHILDREN- and FAMILIES-SHOW. 



WITH T H K G R A N D I' A R li N T S. 

D. A. C. ARIZ, born 1837 died 1890. 




Puhlished by JOHN Wl-SSEI.INK, Restaurant. Kijks-Miiseuni. 



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You cannot jiossibly liave a better Diitcli Ci.ii;ar! 



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:= LARENSCHE » 
KUNSTHANDEL 

VILLA MAUVE 

near the Wind Mill, 

L A R E N N. H. 



Permanent exhibition of modern 
dutch paintings. 

ENTRANCE FEE f 25. 
Open from 9 A.M. till 5 P.M. 



LAREN I 



THE BEAUTIEUL PICTURESOL'E 



LIVED AND CREATED HIS MARVELLOUS PAINTING.S 
IS ONLY FIETEEN MILES FROM AMSTERDAM 
AND CAN BE REACHED BV TRAIN OR TRAM 
EVER^' LITTLE WHILE. 



HEATH-VIEW WITH SHEEP. 




ANTON MAUVE. 
Published by John WESSELINK, Restaurant, Rijks-Museum. 



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AND 



North-Holland Steamtramway. 



The best route for comfortable travelling to the centre of the charniin;^ 
and interesting:; ckitcli scenery in Holland, inchiiiing tiie be.uitiful trip to 

Broek, Marken, Volcndani, and other „dead city's of the Zuydcrzee", with 
the NORTH-IIOLLA.MJ IRAMWAVS STh:AMl>:RS, T RAINS, MOTORS 
AND SAILIXGBOATS. 

Ask for: the Holland Railway's special summer tickets at reduced 
fares, issued at all stations and at the iniiuir\' oinccs at 

AWSTEKItAM. SO l.tiiKclKst i-siill. ItOT I'KKItA^I. .'> <;<'l<li'r-.('li.'l.:iil<'. 

<'..'>.i'>; ItoLiii. I. ■:■■>■:>. Kill ltri-<'<lt'slr:i!il. 

TIIK IIAIMK -^-.t 4;i'<M-iinisirkl. .MJMi:4>E>. li KaillKiiiuiirkl. 

S«'IIKVI:M>4;F\. Itnrllsiiis SliitiKii. 

and the circular tours of the NORTH HOLLAND TRAMWAY, equally 
issued at tin- HOLLAND RAILWAY'S in(|uiry offices, at Cook's offices 
and on the Landing stage of the TRAMWAN' COMrAN\' in front of the 
CENTRAL RAIL\\AV STATION , AMSTLRDAM. 






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Netherland State 
Railways 

and 

Royal 

Flushing 

Mail 

Route 






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HOW TO TRAVEL 
= IN HOLLAND. 



The cheapest and quickest way to sec 
Holland is by tal<inR the lines of the 
Netherland State Railways. 

Through (corridor) trains to Germany 
via Emmerich. 

Throu(;h (international) carriages to 
all principal places in Europe. 

DininR and sleeping cars etc. 



Ask for special excursion tickets (only 
during summer lime). 

Do not decide, which route you are 
going to take, before you have asked 
for further particulars at the 

Tourist Office, 

Broadway 41)7—109, NKW-YORK 
.itid at the: 

Enquiry and booking offices, 

33 Cockspurstrcet. 

Trafalgar Square. LONDON. 

I'insbury Pavement .Moorgate. LONDON. 

AMSTERDA.M: 
Hcerengracht (Raadhuisstr.)Teleph.2727. 

ROTTERDAM: 
Noordblaak 91. Teleph. 1255. 

THE HAGUE: 
Plants 10. Teleph. 2230. 

SCHEVENINGEN: 
Kurhaus Gallery. Teleph. 1711. 



DANIEL'S VISION. 

Berlin. 




REMBRANDT. 
Published by JOHN WESSELINK. Rcsl.Tur.int. Rijks-Muscuni. 



OLD DUTCH ROOM A 1650 




A. J. SFIJER <S SON -:- KALVERSTRAAT 10 -:- AMSTERDAM. 



THE| DISCIPLES AT EMMAEUS. 



Loiivrc. I'aris. 




REMBRANDT. 
Published by John WeSSELINK, Restaurant, Rijks-Museum. 



mj. voor .lltM'l- en Itroodrnhricken. 
Op^crirlit iiiiiiu 1H50. 




ORTirUEBROOD 



MET FunSTE BKOOD 

verpakt 16 cent. ADO/OO'^/t) 

AFD LUXE-BAKKERIJ - 

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Extra Tarweblo em 

voop de fijne keuken 




Mij vooR Meel tn Broodfabriekem. 
VIJZELGRACHT 28. 



THE ANATOMICAL LESSON OF PROF. JOAN DIEPMAN. 




REMBRANDT. 
Published by JOHN WESSELINK, Restaurant, Rijks-Muscuin. 




„Old Holland Stores" 

Danirak 75 - Amsterdam. 
Manager P. C. PAERELS 

Interior's Decorator. 



Old style and imitation artificial Carved 

works, Copper and Brasswarc, Silverwares, 

China-Ueiftvvarc, Glassware, Pewter, 

Old Persian Carpets, etc. etc. 

Eslablishmenl for the Manufacture 
of Old Dutch Sculpture 

— ^- Telephone 7261. -=:— 



ISAAC GIVING HIS BLESSING TO JACOB. 

N.nt. Museum, Anistcrdnm. 




QOVERT FLINK, Born 1615, Died 1660. 
Published by John Wesselink, Resl.iur,int, Rijks-Muscum. 




l^arensclie Kosiliaiflel, 

AMSTERDAM-branch. 

495 HEERENGRACHT 

near museum SIX. 



Permanent exhibition of modern 
dutch paintings. 



Entrance fee f 0.50. 
Open from 9 A.M. till 5 P.M 

No newly built cxhibitit)n-li;ill could cqua] 
the quiet dij^nity of these four high, stately 
apartments, where it is true, paintings arc 
on show, but so unobtrusively that the visitor 
fancies himself to be the guest of a prominent 
art-collector. 



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GQUQ EN WER KEN. 

GOUDEN MEDAILLE Internationale Tentoonstelling Brussel 1897. 

Telefoon: <2_n_ ^9 Tclegram-fldrcs; 

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lEDEREN AVOND: 

Opera en Operette :: 
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Aanvang 8 uur. 

PRIJZEN DER FLAATSEN: 

M. Louc / 2.10. Zij Logo / 1.371. Sialics / 1.57'.. 
I-aiit. a. d. Loge / 1.05. Parquet / 1.05. Parterre /0.80. 
F-routbalcun / 0.60. Zijbalcoii / 0.50. Middengalerij 
/ 0.35. Zijgalerij / 0.25. ^ 

lEDEREN ZATERDAG EN ZONDAC ^ 
TEN 2 URE^^" 

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Curasao orange, white, 
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Purveyor b)- spec, appointment to 
11. M. the Oiiccn of the Netherlands 
and several other Courts of Europe. 



A\ 1670 



FfiTE ON BOARD THE YACHTS. 

Nat. Museum, Auistcrdain. ("Adniiraal/cilcn"). 




JOHANNES VAN DE CAPELLE. 
Published by JoiiN Wesselink. Rcslaunnt. Rijks-Museum. 



CAFE-RESTAURANT 

IN THE 

RIJK S-MU SEUM. 

Visitors of the RUKS-MUSEUIYl will find in the Cafe-Restaurant a i^'nod nppcrtimity for 

Dinners and first choice refreshments. 

GARDEN AND D/N/NG-ROOMS. ^ '^ <^ ^ ^ 
* * c^ * * * SPECIAL ROOM FOR LADIES! 

FRENCH, ENGLISH AND GERMAN SPOKEN. 

The Duke of Edinburgh, the Princess ofWaldeck, Princess PauHne of Bentheim, the Sultan 
of Siak and the Infante of Spanien dined in this Restaurant while visiting the Museum. 

JOHN WESSELIXK, 
MANAGER. 



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THE HAGUE. 




Dealers in -:- -:- -:- 
-:- Modern Dutch Art 

Oilpaintings. 
Watercolors. 

Open daily from lo — 5 
(except Sundays). 



Visitors cordially invited. 



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ART DEALERS 

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Purveyors to the cou't ^^ Kx\L\'ERS 1 R A A T , AMSTERDAM. 



PERMANENT EXHIBITION 

OF 

PAINTINGS & WATERCOLORS 

by first class Dutch Masters and the Barbizon school. 



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PUBLISHERS AND DEALERS OF ETCHINGS, ENGRAVINGS, COLORED PRINTS. 
ORIGINAL ETCHINGS BY THE LEADING MASTERS. 



THE QUACK. 

Nal. Miiseiini. Amstcrclam. 




JAN STEEN. 
Published by John WESSELINK. Restaurant, Riiks-Aluscum. 



GEORGE W. VAN BIENE 

Amstel 1, 



FABRIEK VAN 

RECLAME- EN TOEGIFTARTIKELEN. 




Specialiteit in: 

Show-Cards 
Kalenders 
Chromo's 
Majolica 




Sluitzegels 

(Rijksleverancier) 

Muurborden 
Aschbakjes 




Stoom- Boek- Steen- en Theater-Drukkerij. 



THE WAITING ROOM. 

O.illcry Lichlcnstcin. Vienna. 



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ANTON PALAMEDESZ, Born about 1600, Died 1671 
Published by JOHN WESSELINK, Restaurant. Rijlts-Museum. 



GEBROEDERS KOCH 

AMSll'RDAM. "^^^(B-^^^ 11 11-: IIA(;ri-. 

DEALERS » IN *» FINE » ART. 

EstaTDlislnea 1850. 

Watercolours, Etchings, Engravings, Artistic 
Posters, Carbons, etc. 



LARGEST COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WORKS IN HOLLAND GALLERIES. 



Ladies and Gentlemen interested in the Dutch fine art are cordially- 
invited to inspect our collections. 



THE YOUNG BULL. 



M.iurilslitiis, TliL' MnuiK' 




PAUl-L'S POTTER, Born 1625, Died 1654. 
Published by JOHN Wesselink Restaurant. Rijks-Muscuni. 



England and the Continent of Europe 

by the 

QUEENBORO— FLUSHING ROVflL MAIL ROUTE. 

Twice daily m both directions (Sundays included). 
DAY and NIGHT Services. 



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The Slcamcrs on this route are provided with a wireless telegraph and submarine signal apparatus. 

Through Tickets and Luggage Arrangemenls between London: 

Holborn Viaduct Statinn ) (>•, Victoria Stalion (S. E. & C. Ry) - West End. 

St. Paul's Station ) '' Heme Hill Station - South. 

and most of the principal towns in Middle and Northern Europe, and vice versa. 

Tickets and full particulars of the Booking Clerk at the above London Stations; of the own 
Inquire and Booking Offices of the Route in 

London: Electra House, Finsbury Pavement, Moorgate. E. C. and 33, Cockspur Street, Trafalgar 

Square, S. W. 
New-York: 407 400. Broadway. 
Berlin: 17 18, L'nter den Linden. 

or of any important Tourist Office, and of the Agents. 



THE FOUR-DAYS' BATTLE. 

Mniiritshuis, The Hnuiic. 




\V:LLEM van DE VELDE, Born 1635, Died I7u7, 
Published by John WESSELINK, Restaurant, Rijks-Museum. 




Cocoa 



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Chocolate 
DE JONG 



WORMERVEER 

(HOLLAND). 



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