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DAWSON & CAFE
[Sale catalogue. 1824:12:29--30]
Freehold villa, building ground, and appropriate furniture. A catalogue of the elegant household furniture, French china, books, ... orange trees, and numerous effects, the property of the late Henry Fauntleroy' Esq, at Hampton Lodge, Western Place, Brighton. ... Which will be sold by auction, by Messrs. Dawson & Cafe (by order of the assignees of Messrs. Marsh and Co.) on the premises, on Wednesday, December, the 29th, 1824, and following day, ... N.B. The estates will be sold on the 29th.
London: Denham, printer, 1824.
18, [2] p. ; 23.0 cm. (8°)

Drop-head title. Fauntleroy, banker and forger, had been executed at Newgate on 30th November 1824. Only a few books are included in the present sale; Fauntleroy's substantive library was sold by Samuel Sotheby in April 1825 (q.v.).

Binding Stitched pamphlet.

Reference Number 6114


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