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ROBINS, George
[Sale catalogue. 1833:07:09]
Particulars and conditions of sale of the distinguished mansion, desirably situate No. 43, on the south side of Grosvenor Square, the long admired residence of the late Earl of Carnarvon, ... presenting a most desirable plot of ground for two first rate houses, quite independent of the present abode; ... which will be sold by auction by Mr. George Robins, at the Auction Mart, opposite the Bank, on Tuesday, the 9th day of July, 1833, ... by order of the executors of the noble earl. ...
[London]: Alfred Robins, printer, 26, Brydges Street, Covent Garden, [1833].
[4] p., [1] fold. litho. plan ; 36.8 cm. (2º)

With a docket-title. For the ownership and sale of (the former) 43 Grosvenor Square see Survey of London, XL, 1980, p. 161. The plan shows architectural drawings by Matthew Fellows lithographed by Charles Ingrey.

Copy Notes Bound (28) in a collection of estate particulars.

Binding Later C19th marbled-paper boards, ribbed morocco-grain cloth spine gilt-lettered 'Sale Catalogues'. 37.6 cm. Later numbered '48' in a series of sale catalogue volumes.

Reference Number 5097


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