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COXE, BURRELL, and FOSTER, auctioneers
[Sale catalogue. 1802:04:15]
The catalogue of a small but beautiful assemblage of works of art, consisting of mosaic marble tables, ... a pair of matchless mosaic chimney jaumbs, ... Italian and oriental alabaster vases; ... a few valuable paintings, ... &c. taken on board the polacre, L'Ardita, prize to His Majesty's Ship Pallas, Capt. Edmunds, captured off the Isles of Gorgona, and bound from Italy to France. Which will be sold by auction (for the benefit of the captors) by Peter Coxe, Burrell, and Foster, at Mr. Squibb's Room, Saville Passage, on Thursday, April the 15th, 1802, ...
[London]: J. Smeeton, printer, [1802]
9, [3] p. ; 28.2 cm. (4º)

Lugt 6409; Fredericksen, Index of paintings, I, p. 18, no. 98. The final blank leaf (pp.[11--12]) is present in this copy.

Copy Notes With the prices of some of the books and prints, most of the vases &c., and all of the paintings, marked in pencil. Verso of final blank leaf inscribed in ink Tu in me ita es, hinc! in te ut ego sum: ac tu me ibi ama, ut ego amo hic jam and with a faint itinerary from Holborn to Gt Russell S[treet] marked in pencil. Bound in a collection of sale catalogues, 1784 to 1823.

Binding Recent half goatskin, binder's cloth boards.

Reference Number 2178


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