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SOUTHGATE, W., and Son
[Sale catalogue. 1835:04:09--15]
Catalogue of the very extensive and valuable quire stock, copperplates, copyrights, &c. of architectural and scientific works ... of the late Mr. Josiah Taylor, Architectural Library, 59 High Holborn, ... including the works of the most eminent architects, civil engineers, &c. ... Which will be sold by auction, on terms of credit, (pursuant to an order pronounced in the High Court of Chancery, in the cause of Taylor v. Scrivens,) by Messrs. Southgate and Son, at their rooms, 22, Fleet-Street, on Thursday, the 9th of April, 1835, and five following days ...
[London]: Stevens and Pardon, printers, 37, Bell Yard, Temple Bar, [1835].
[2], 16, [2] p. ; 21.7 cm. (8°)

At head of title 'No. 467'. List of forthcoming sales on final page. BM, English Book Sales, p. 198. The sale of bound and boarded stock took place in February 1835 (q.v.).

Copy Notes Printed grey paper wrappers retained, the upper reading 'Catalogue of the Quire Stock, Copper Plates, Copyrights, &c. of the late Mr. Josiah Taylor, Architectural Library, No. 59 High Holborn; Friday, April 9, 1835, and Five Following Days at Half-Past Twelve O'Clock. Southgate and Son'. The date Friday is struck through in ink. The upper wrapper inscribed in ink Mr Williams / Charles Str. Accompanied by a folded letter (stamped and sealed) tipped in from Messrs. Southgate & Son dated April 10, 1835, informing Soane that his Plans, elevations, and sections of building, 47 plates, folio, £2 12s. 6d., 47 copperplates and copyright, were featured as lot 1009 (sixth day, 15th April). Unannotated. Bound in a collection of sale catalogues.

Binding Recent binder's cloth.

Reference Number 4897


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