A catalogue of the genuine and valuable collection of Greek, Roman, Saxon, English, and Irish, gold, silver, and brass coins and medals, of the learned and ingenious Mr. James Simon, Fellow of the Royal and Antiquaries Society of London, author of the historical account of Irish coins, late of the city of Dublin, merchant, deceased : which will be sold by auction by Mr. Ford, at his Great Room in the Hay-Market, on Thursday, the 8th of December, 1757, and the following day.
- [London] : [Mr. Ford], 
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- 12 pages ; 25 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsN8640 .N6+ v. 1 no. 2 OversizeYale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon CollectionAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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Head- and tailpieces.
Lugt, F. Répertoire des catalogues de ventes publiques, 978
Date of sale: December 8-9, 1742.
Place of sale: London.
BAC: British Art Center copy is not annotated. Initialled at foot of title page: R.F. Number 2 of 61 auction catalogs bound together. The volume bound in contemporary half calf. With the armorial bookplate of Baron Northwick; signed in manuscript: William Upcott, London Institution, 1823.
- Subject Terms:
- Art -- Private collections -- Great Britain -- Catalogs.Art auctions -- England -- London -- Catalogs.Coins -- Catalogs -- Early works to 1800.Coins.England.London Institution -- Ownership.Medals -- Catalogs -- Early works to 1800.Medals.Northwick, John Rushout, Baron, 1770-1859 -- Bookplate.Numismatics -- Private collections -- England -- Catalogs -- Early works to 1800.Numismatics -- Private collections.Simon, James, F.R.S.Simon, James, F.R.S. -- Numismatic collections -- Catalogs.Upcott, William, 1779-1845 -- Autograph.
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Ford, Mr., active 1741-1757, A catalogue of the genuine and valuable collection of Greek, Roman, Saxon, English, and Irish, gold, silver, and brass coins and medals, of the learned and ingenious Mr. James Simon, Fellow of the Royal and Antiquaries Society of London, author of the historical account of Irish coins, late of the city of Dublin, merchant, deceased , 
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