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Peter Coxe, Burrell, and Foster (London, England)

A catalogue of a capital miscellaneous assemblage of beautiful and valuable productions, both of nature and art : consisting of a Roman tessellated pavement, taken from the ruins of the Emperor Tiberius's Palace at Caprea : a matchless collection of rare birds, of the most exquisite plumage : and scarce stuffed beasts, designed for the cabinet of Madame Bonaparte, prize to the British Cruizers : a choice selection of beautiful shells and fossils : elegant specimens of almost all the known marbles, brought from Italy by the late Daniel Wray, Esq. : a curious model of a man of war : inlaid cabinet of costly materials, large superb Italian alabaster vases, delicately carved : glass chandeliers : large plates of glass : with a select collection of painting, the works of the following esteemed Masters, in high preservaton : Rubens, Dominichino, SW. Bourdon, Old Palma, D. Teniers, Vandyke, Poussin, Rotenhamer, C. Maratti, Polemberg, Hondicooter, Borgognoni, Zachtleven, Old Franks, &c the property of the late Alexander Scott, Esq. : 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 27h of June 1804, and two following days, at eleven o'clock.

[London] : Peter Coxe, Burrell, and Foster, [1804]
Physical Description:
12 pages ; 26 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
N8640 .N6+ v. 3 no. 46 Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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At head of title: Roman tesselated pavement, capital paintings, beautiful alabaster vases, stuffed beasts, and rare birds of most splendid plumage, specimens of natural productions in fossils, shells, and marbles, large glass chandeliers, &c.
Date of sale: June 27th-29th, 1804.
Place of sale: London.
BAC: British Art Center copy is not annotated. Number 46 of 47 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 -- Private collections -- Great Britain -- Catalogs.
Art auctions -- England -- London -- Catalogs.
Decorative arts -- Catalogs.
Furniture -- Catalogs.
London Institution -- Ownership.
Northwick, John Rushout, Baron, 1770-1859 -- Bookplate.
Painting, European -- Catalogs.
Scott, Alexander, -1780 -- Art collections -- Catalogs.
Sculpture, European -- Catalogs.
Upcott, William, 1779-1845 -- Autograph.
Wray, Daniel, 1701-1783 -- Art collections -- Catalogs.
Zoology -- Catalogs.
Auction catalogs.

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