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PHILLIPS, Harry, auctioneer (d. 1840)
[Sale catalogue. 1821:07:11--16]
Sumptuous Parisian elegancies, in bronze and or-moulu, porcelane, and decorative furniture. A catalogue ... of Parisian elegancies, ... and of the various classes of art; among which are colossal bronzes ... particularly the Laocoon, as large as the original in marble; a costly Dresden service of china, of four hundred pieces, ... and a variety of beautiful objects, in the taste of Louis XIV. Which will be sold by auction, by Mr. Phillips, at his Great Rooms, No.73, New Bond Street, on Wednesday, the 11th day of July, 1821, and following days, ...
[London]: printed by J. Davy, [1821].
[3], 6--35, [1] p. ; 22.0 cm. (4º)

Lugt 10084. With addendum slip tipped in at p. 27 announcing sale of pictures belonging to Alexis Delahante on 14th July and the consequent postponement of the fourth day of the present sale to Monday the 16th.

Copy Notes Bound in a collection of sale catalogues, 1784--1823. With brown printed front wrapper only present bearing title 'A Catalogue of Sumptuous Parisian Elegancies, ...' [etc.]. A few lots on the second day are marked up in pencil with prices or (possibly) projected bids. The full size bronze of the Laocoon, lot 171, apparently fetched £1350.

Binding Recent half goatskin.

Reference Number 3018


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