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EVANS, Robert Harding, auctioneers (1778--1857)
[Sale catalogue. 1826:02:09--10]
Catalogue of valuable classics, and books in the learned languages, chiefly selected from a celebrated library. ... The property of Mr. Thomas Thorpe, which, by order of his assignees, will be sold by auction, by Mr. Evans, at his house, No.93, Pall-Mall, on Thursday, February 9, and following day. 1826.
London: printed by W. Nicol, [1826].
[2], 23, [1] p. ; 21.8 cm. (8°)

Thomas Thorpe was a bookseller, of Bedford Street, Covent Garden, subsequently No. 178, Piccadilly. The final page advertises Evans's forthcoming sale (on 2--4 March 1826) of Thorpe's collection of manuscripts (q.v.). BM, English book sales 1676--1900, p. 163.

Copy Notes Unopened, unannotated copy. Postal stamp on verso of final leaf. Bound in a collection of sale catalogues.

Binding Later C19th half green binder's cloth, marbled-paper boards.

Reference Number 4321


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