Found my old copy of Encycleopedia 94/95, from the editors of Bike Culture Quarterly. Knew I saw this somewhere. Google search turns up this:
May no longer be available
Wheels: 700c to 28"
Folding time: 10 seconds
Drive: Pentasport 5-speed hub. Sachs Super-7 optional
Other: Folding pedals
Price: 2720 to 3300 DM (Germany)
Part of the text from the web site: 'The Galaxe was never meant to be the meanest folder on the market; but it folds well enough for public transport and compact home storage. Twin levers on the frame allow a single fold, and a quick-release lever on the stem brings the handlebar parallel. It takes about ten seconds and leaves the chain on the inside. The folding facility does not affect performance. A recent study at the University of Odense revealed no difference in rigidity between the Galaxe frame and that of a good quality diamond frame. The Galaxe's large 28" wheels (a size common on cobble-cruising North European roadsters) give a very comfortable ride.' Manufactured by by Galaxe Cykler (Denmark).
Try: Niels Keld Madsen, Stationsvej 50, 5464 Brenderup Fyn Tlf.: 6444 1740, Fax: 6444 1748
Nearly 20 years later, I'm not turning up current info on whether or not these are still available, either production or custom.
Article from Encycleopedia mentioned that these are called "Arnhem" in Holland, so maybe search euro ebay for that term.
PS: The same issue of Encyclopedia also has an article with shots of a prototype or early production new bike from this new company, called the Birdy by R&M...
I know next to nothing. I am frequently wrong.