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The Private Correspondence of Isaac Titsingh, Volume 2 (1779-1812) (Japonica Neerlandica) (V. 2)
Isaac Titsingh (1745-1812) was Director of the VOC (Dutch East India Company) in Japan, where he was detached to the island of Deshima. Titsingh owned the first extensive collection of Japanese artefacts in Europe, and wrote a trilingual series of studies on Japan, thereby becoming the first Dutch Japanologist. The two volumes contain 300 of his letters.