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CHRISTIE, James, the younger (1773--1831)
[Sale catalogue. 1810:04:02--03]
A catalogue of the genuine and valuable library of books, of the late Rt. Hon. C.F. Greville, F.R. and A.S. at his late dwelling house Paddington Green, comprising a choice assemblage of books ... Also, an invaluable collection of original designs of elevations and ground plans of public edifices, the work of an architect, as it is supposed, of the time of Queen Elizabeth. Which (by order of the administrator and by permission of the lessor,) will be sold by auction, by Mr. Christie, on the premises, near the church, on the north side of Paddington Green, on Monday, April 2, 1810, and following day, ...
[London]: [1810].
28 p. ; 22.4 cm. (4°)

On blue paper. The Rt. Hon. Charles Francis Greville was nephew to Sir William Hamilton and a founder of the (Royal) Horticultural Society. Not in BM, English Book Sales.

Copy Notes Markings and annotations of prices noted in ink or pencil against articles on the last seven pages (not Soane's hand). Bound (4) in a collection of miscellaneous catalogues.

Binding C19th black bubble-grained binder's cloth, gilt-lettered spine, numbered '82' in a series of sale catalogue volumes. (Previously numbered '50'.)

Reference Number 5322


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