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COXE, BURRELL AND FOSTER
[Sale catalogue. 1804:06:27--29]
Roman tesselated pavement, capital paintings, beautiful alabaster vases, stuffed beasts, and rare birds of most splendid plumage, ... A catalogue of a capital miscellaneous assemblage of beautiful and valuable productions, both of nature and art, ... which will be sold by auction, by Peter Coxe, Burrell, and Foster, at Mrs. Macklin's Great Room, known as the Poet's Gallery, No. 39, the south side of Fleet-street, on Wednesday, the 27th of June, 1804, and two following days, ...
[London], [1804].
12 p. ; 27.2 cm. (4°)

Not in Lugt; Fredericksen (Index of paintings, I, p. 45, sale no. 285) lists one other copy only (Yale University Library). The sale included, besides the stuffed animals &c. (apparently 'designed for the Cabinet of Madame Bonaparte'), a quantity of sculpture 'brought from Italy by the late Daniel Wray, Esq.', and unsold paintings from a previous sale at Christie's of the collection of Alexander Scott (died c. 1802).

Copy Notes Unannotated copy. Bound in a collection of sale catalogues, 1784--1823

Binding Recent half goatskin, binder's cloth boards.

Reference Number 2003


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