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CHRISTIE & MANSON, Messrs.
[Sale catalogue. 1832:05:19]
A catalogue of the small but very valuable collection of pictures of Sir Francis Morland, bart., removed from his residence at Lee; ... also the collection of pictures of Sir George Duckett, bart., removed from his residence at Royden, near Ware; ... which will be sold by auction, by Messrs. Christie & Manson, at their Great Room, 8, King Street, St. James's Square, on Saturday, May the 19th, 1832, ...
[London, 1832].
7, [1] p. ; 28.5 cm. (4°)

Lugt 12987. Sir George Duckett (formerly George Jackson, one of the secretaries of the Admiralty after whom Captain Cook named Port Jackson in New South Wales and Point Jackson in New Zealand), was Judge-Advocate of the Fleet, and proprietor of the River Stort Navigation in Hertfordshire. His paintings included a portrait by Dance and a miniature by Copley (ODNB). His library was sold by Sotheby's in June 1832.

Copy Notes With the description of lot 44 ('[John] Martin, R.A. [sic] ... Zadak In Search Of The Waters Of Oblivion') annotated in ink The original sketch. Partially unopened copy. Bound in a collection of sale catalogues.

Binding Recent half goatskin.

Reference Number 1927


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