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BRITISH SCHOOL OF ARTS
Exhibition of the British School, being a perpetual succession and sale of original paintings, sculpture, drawings and engravings, by modern artists only. At the Great Rooms, No. 2, Berners-Street, patronized by His Royal Higness the Prince of Wales.
[London]: printed by T. Rickaby, Peterborough-court, Fleet-street, [1804?].
3, [1] p. ; 28.4 cm. (4°)

Drop-head title. Docket-title. Apparently circulated as an invitation to exhibitors since the text is headed in ink Works now receiving / for the 'Exhibition ...'. The British School was instituted in 1802. Dated to 1804 on the basis of the fact that the printing business of T. Rickaby was taken over by the firm of Thomas Hansard in 1805.

Copy Notes Previously folded, addressed in ink as a letter to J. Soane Esqr. R.A. / Lincoln's Inn Fields.

Binding Loose bifolium.

Reference Number 5956


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