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ROBINS, Mr.
[Sale catalogue. 1833:04:23--27]
Holton Park, Wheatley, Oxfordshire. ... A catalogue of the genuine and exceedingly fine collection of paintings, ... the valuable and choice library of books, ... very curious manuscripts, and richly painted missals ... elegant service of massive plate, ... valuable china, ... &c.: to be sold by auction, by Mr. Robins, of Warwick House, Regent Street, son of the late Mr. John Robins, by direction of the executors of the late Elisha Biscoe, Esq., at the Mansion, Holton Park, ... on Tuesday, the 23rd day of April, 1833, and four following days, ...
London: printed by T. Brettell, [1833].
72 p. ; 23.5 cm. (4°)

Lugt 13291. Soane's work for Elisha Biscoe on Mickefield Hall, Rickmansworth in 1798--1800 is discussed by Ptolemy Dean, Sir John Soane and the Country House Estate (1999), p. 189. Biscoe acquired Holton Hall from Lord Whorwood in 1801.

Copy Notes Unannotated copy. With printed buff paper front-wrapper present reading 'A Catalogue of a Valuable Collection of Paintings; Choice Library of Books; Massive Service of Plate & Handsome China, rare old Ornamental Ditto ... By Direction of the Executors of the Late Elisha Biscoe, Esq.' Bound in a collection of sale catalogues.

Binding Recent half goatskin.

Reference Number 3182


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