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ROBINS, John
[Sale catalogue. 1832:07:10]
Lower Grosvenor Street. An elegant appointment of splendid, costly, and useful furniture; ... A catalogue of the magnificent stock of cabinet and upholstery furniture, of the best workmanship, the property of Messrs. Seddon, who are removing to their new manufactory, in Calthorpe Place, Gray's Inn Road, (late the Light Horse Volunteer Barracks,) ... which will be sold by auction, by Mr. Robins, of Warwick House, Regent Street, on the premises, No 16, Lower Grosvenor Street, on Tuesday, 10th June 1832, and four following days, ...
[London]: [printed by T. Brettell, Rupert Street, 1832].
49, [1] p. ; 23.2 cm. (4°)

Copy Notes With original lithographic printed wrappers retained, the upper wrapper reading 'Messrs. T & G. Seddon. Removing to Calthorpe Place, Gray's Inn Road. Seddon's Cabinet & Upholstery Manufactory. Late The Barracks of the City of London Light Horse Volunteers'; the lower with a facsimile letter advertising the new manufactory, dated 'July 1st 1832'. Unannotated. Bound in a collection of sale catalogues.

Binding Recent binder's cloth.

Reference Number 4888


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