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Creator:
Christie, Mr. (James), 1730-1803, auctioneer, publisher.
Title(s):

A catalogue of the capital and valuable museum : consisting of an assemblage of rare and scarce articles in natural history, the specimens of marbles, Raphael and Roman ware bronzes, miniatures, carvings in ivory, curious cabinets, &c. : the property of the late Lord James Manners, deceased : which will be sold by auction by Mr. Christie athis Great Room, Pall Mall, on Monday May the 9th, 1791, and the following day at twelve o'clock : to be viewed Friday and Saturday precedin the sale : catalogues may be had as above : and at the Rainbow Coffee House.

Published/Created:
[London] : [Mr. Christie] ; , [1791]
Physical Description:
12 pages ; 28 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
N8640 .N6+ v. 1, no. 48 Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
"This sale is in two parts, with a separate catalogue for the third day of the sale. At the end of the second day there is a note that states, "For Third Day's Sale, comprising the Museum of a Gentleman, deceased, see a separate Catalogue"; It is assumed that Lord James Manners is the seller for only the first two days and the third day is an anonymous deceased "Gentleman." ... The third day is a separate catalogue but the pagination continues from the first two days (starting on page 15)."--Getty provenance index databases.
Getty provenance index databases, sale catalog Br-A1815
Lugt, F. Répertoire des catalogues de ventes publiques, 4727
Date of sale: May 9-10, 1791.
Place of sale: London.
BAC: British Art Center copy is annotated in ink and graphite with sale prices for some lots. Number 48 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:
Antiquities -- Catalogs.
Art objects -- Catalogs.
Bronzes -- Catalogs.
Decorative arts -- Catalogs.
Fossils -- Catalogs.
London Institution -- Ownership.
Manners, James, Lord, 1720-1790 -- Art collections -- Catalogs.
Miniature painting -- Catalogs.
Natural history -- Catalogs.
Northwick, John Rushout, Baron, 1770-1859 -- Bookplate.
Porcelain -- Catalogs.
Upcott, William, 1779-1845 -- Autograph.
Form/Genre:
Auction catalogs.
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