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EUROPEAN MUSEUM, London
The plan and new descriptive catalogue of the European Museum, King Street, St. James's Square: instituted for the promotion of the fine arts, and the encouragement of British artists.
[London]: J. Smeeton, printer, 1806.
61, [1] p. ; 19.0 cm. (8º)

On blue paper. The European Museum had been instituted in 1789 by John Wilson who retained the position of Principal Manager. '[T]he Pictures that are disposed of, during the Week, are delivered to the Purchasers on Saturday Evening, and their places regularly supplied, with other performances, ... thus, the eager Connoisseur who wishes to see something new, every Monday morning, will seldom, or never, experience a disappointment.' --pp. iii--iv.

Copy Notes Unannotated. Bound (5) in a collection of miscellaneous catalogues, 1775--1833.

Binding Later C19th grey paper boards, ribbed morocco-grain cloth spine, later numbered '49' in a series of sale catalogue volumes.

Reference Number 5064


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