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The Catalogue of All That Well-Known Valuable Collection of Capital Paintings, the Property of the Late Most Noble the Marquis of Lansdowne, Which Have Long Been Considered as One of the Great Ornaments of Lansdowne House: Comprising the Best Efforts of Those Admired Masters, Rubens, Claude, Leonardo da Vinci ... &C.

which will be sold by auction by Peter Coxe, Burrell and Foster, by order of the executors, without the least reserve, on the premises, Lansdowne House, Berkley Square, on Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th of March, 1806, at twelve o'clock
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
[London] : Catalogues may be had at the lodge at Lansdowne House and of Messrs. Peter Coxe, Burrell and Foster, [1806] ([London] : Printer, Smeeton)
Language
English
Description
18 p. ; 27 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • Getty Research Institute's copy is "type A."
  • "There are two versions of the catalogue. Type B, which we take to be the more definitive and presumably the later one, has lot 11 on the second day as a copy after Correggio, whereas Type A gives the same lot as some portraits by Lucas van Leyden. Furthermore, lot 24a, a landscape by Dughet, does not appear in the earlier version. (See also Redford, Art Sales, 1888, I, pp.94-95.)"--Getty Provenance Index Databases.
  • Estate sale held on the premises.
Local Notes
Library's copy bound with: Christie, Mr. A catalogue of a collection of Italian, French, Flemish and Dutch pictures. [London : Mr. Christie, 1802] (ID: 85-P13724); is the 30th of 34 catalogs bound in vol. with call number: 1802 Dec.18 LoCh Bound-With. List of the catalogs (omitting the 12th) in ms. on third front free endpaper. In ms. on verso of second front free endpaper: From the collection of William Seguier Esq. decd. 1844. Binding: marbled papers over boards; half calf, some gilt ruling. Gilt binder's title on spine: Catalogue of pictures, 1802 to 1807.
Library's copy is annotated with all buyers and prices in brown ink.
Recording Info
Place of auction: Lansdowne House, Berkeley Square, London.
Date of auction: March 19-20, 1806.
Cited in
Getty Provenance Index Databases, viewed Feb. 28, 2013, Description of sale catalog Br-375
Lugt, F. Répertoire des catalogues de ventes publiques, 7044
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