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Christie, Manson, & Christie, auctioneer, publisher. A catalogue of the valuable and highly interesting collection of studies in oils and water-colours made by Joseph West, Esq. during a visit to the Continent :
Christie, Manson, & Christie
A catalogue of the valuable and highly interesting collection of studies in oils and water-colours made by Joseph West, Esq. during a visit to the Continent
[1834]
Christie, Manson, & Christie, auctioneer, publisher. A catalogue of the collection of pictures, reserved after the death of that celebrated and elegant painter, Romney, as some of the most capital of his productions :
Christie, Manson, & Christie
A catalogue of the collection of pictures, reserved after the death of that celebrated and elegant painter, Romney, as some of the most capital of his productions
1834
Christie, Manson, & Christie, auctioneer, publisher. A catalogue of the matchless collection of Dutch and Flemish pictures of his late royal highness the Duke de Berri :
Christie, Manson, & Christie
A catalogue of the matchless collection of Dutch and Flemish pictures of his late royal highness the Duke de Berri
1834
Christie, Manson, & Christie, auctioneer publisher. A catalogue of the very important, and highly interesting collection of manuscripts, state papers and autograph letters, received by Sir Robert Southwell, while Clerk of the Privy Council ... his son, the Hon. Edward Southwell, and William Blathwayt, Secretary at War; the property of Lord de Clifford, deceased, and removed from his Lordship's Seat, King's Weston, near Bristol :
Christie, Manson, & Christie
A catalogue of the very important, and highly interesting collection of manuscripts, state papers and autograph letters, received by Sir Robert Southwell, while Clerk of the Privy Council ... his son, the Hon. Edward Southwell, and William Blathwayt, Secretary at War; the property of Lord de Clifford, deceased, and removed from his Lordship's Seat, King's Weston, near Bristol
[1834]