« PrécédentContinuer »
EXTENSIVE, IMPORTANT AND VALUABLE
OF THE LATE
SIR WILLIAM TITE, C.B. M.P.
F.S.A. F.R.S. F.G.S. &c.
WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE,
Auctioneers of Literary Property and Works illustrative of the fine Arts,
AT THEIR HOUSE, No. 13, WELLINGTON STREET, STRAND, W.C.
On MONDAY, the 18th of MAY, 1874, and Five following Days, and
on WEDNESDAY, the 27th of MAY, and NiNE following Days,
AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY.
MAY BE VIEWED TWO DAYS PRIOR, AND CATALOGUES HAD.
Dayden Press: J. Davy and Sons, 137, Long Acre.
1. The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute arise between
bidders, the lot so disputed shall be immediately put up again, provided
the seller cannot decide the said dispute. II. No person to advance less than 6d.; above ten shillings, 1s.; above five
pounds, 28. 6d.; and so on. III. The purchasers to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay
down 10s. in the pound, if required, in part payment of the purchasemoney; in default of which the lot or lots purchased to be inmediately
put up again and resold. IV. The lots to be taken away, at the buyer's expense, immediately after
the conclusion of the sale ; in default of which Messrs. SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & Hodge will not hold themselves responsible if lost, stolen, damaged, or otherwise destroyed, but they will be left at the sole risk of the purchaser. If, at the expiration of One Week after the conclusion of the sale, the books or other property are not cleared or paid for, they will then be catalogued for immediate sale, and the expense, the same as if re-sold, will be added to the amount at which the books were bought. Messrs. SOTHEBY, WILKINSON and Hodge will have the option of reselling the lots uncleared either by public or private
sale, without any notice being given to the defaulter. V. All the books are presumed to be perfect, unless otherwise expressed; but
if upon collating, any should prove defective, the purchaser will be at liberty to take or reject them, provided they are returned within One Week after the conclusion of the sale, when the purchase-money will
be returned. VI. The sale of any book or books is not to be set aside on account of any
stained or short leaves of text or plates, want of list of plates, or on account of the publication of any subsequent volume, supplement, appendix, or plates. All the manuscripts, autographs, all magazines and reviews, all books in lots, and all tracts in lots or volumes, will be sold with all faults, imperfections, and errors of description. The sale of any illustrated book, lot of prints or drawings is not to be set aside on account of any error in the enumeration of the numbers stated, or errors
of description. VII. No IMPERFECT Book will be taken back, unless a note accompanies
each book, stating its imperfections, with the number of lot and date of
the sale at which the same was purchased. VIII. To prevent inaccuracy in the delivery, and inconvenience in the settle.
ment of the purchases, no lot can on any account be removed during the
time of sale. Ix. Upon failure of complying with the above Conditions, the money required
and deposited in part of payment shall be forfeited; and ij any luss is sustained in the reselling of such lots as are not cleared or paid for, all charges on such re-sale shall be made good by the defaulters at this sale.
Gentlemen who cannot attend the Sale may have their Commissions faithfully
executed by their humble servants,
Wellington Street, Strand.
post Svo. in one vol. Zuaritch 2 Accorde (C. Tabourot, Seigneur des) Ses Bigarrures et Touches, avec les /19 morocco extra, 9. e. by Trautz-Bauzonnet
12mo. Paris, 1662
and from the same source Sterne drew several of bis best
plates by Rowlandson and Pugin, with the ORIGINAL DRAWINGS BY
A. PUgIn added,
half red morocco extra, 9. e. A. Pugin's own copy, roy. 4to. 1808-9 Qasiteh 4 ACTES OF THE DISPUTACION IN THE COWNCELL OF THE EMPIRE HOLDEN 8
AT REGENSPURG (Ratisbon), &c. Translated owt of Latyne into
Englissh by Mylys Couerdale,
black letter, morocco extra, by F. Bedford, VERY SCARCE, 16mo. M.D.XLII
small 4to. Madrid, 1641
prevent any copy falling into the hands of the enemy, who had just
2 8 6 Adam (R.) Ruins of the Emperor Diocletian's Palace at Spalatro, plates Frej
atlas folio. 1764
MANUSCRIPT, a curious specimen of caligraphy, calf gilt, Svo. Sæc. xix
15 Adventures of a Valet, 2 vol. calf extra
12mo. 1752 Cirihar
foolscap 8vo. 1820
post 8vo. 1869 siesteú
8! 6 20 Asop's Fables in Chinese, by Mun Mooy Seen-Shang, with a free and a Waiter
literal Translation by his Pupil Sloth, half calf, folio. Canton, 1840
) and A. A. Gould, Principles of Zoology, woodeuts, 12mo. Saltid
25 Alberti (L. B.) Architecture, Painting and Statuary, translated by J. Blitetit
3 12 6
child 26 Albin (E.) Natural History of English Song.Birds, part of Ei in MS. calf, sold with all faults
small 8vo. 1779 Vestele
2 2 27 Alciphron's Epistles (translated by W. Beloe) Luuritel 28 Alcoran des Cordeliers en Latin et en François, 2 vol. plates by Picart,
fine copy in green morocco, g. e. by Derome 'i2mo. Amst: 11734 7 10 Maurice 29 Aldrich (H.) Elements of Civil Architecture in Latin, with English / 6
Translation by Rev. P. Smith, portrait and plates, russia
roy. 8vo. Oxford, 1789 > lavoro 30 Ale. The Ex-Ale-tation of Ale (in Verse),
6 fine copy in red morocco extra, g. e. by F. Bedford small 8vo. 1671
* Rare. This copy sold for £2. 6s. in G. Smith's sale. Hauriec 31 Alfieri (V.) Vita scritta da esso, 2 vol. port. half calf, 8vo. Firenze, 1822 ittuli // km232 Alfred (King) Will in Anglo-Saxon and English, 1828-—Boethius?
Metres in Anglo-Saxon by King Alfred, with English Translation
8vo. in one vol. R Suitt 33 Alfred's (King) Poems in English Metres by M. F. Tupper
, 12mo. 1850 34 Allies (J.) on the Ignis fatuus and Fairies, half morocco 8vo. 1846 Salkeld
35 ALLOT (R.) ENGLAND'S PARNASSUS : or the choysest Flowers of our 3 & thur
Moderne Poets, slightly cut in margins, but has at end the rare leaf
a totally different printer),
Lodge, Marlowe, Ben Jonson, Daniell, Drayton and other eminent Poets. The Roxburghe copy sold for £21, G. Smith's
for £14. 58. and Col. Stanley's for £13. 13s. Waniteh 36 ALLOTT (R.) England's Parnassus: or the choysest Flowers of our
Moderne Poets, with the rare dedication signed Robert Allott, red morocco extra, g. e.
16mo. 1600 rthdrawn 137 Alphabeta varia, scilicet ; Brammbanicum, Roma, 1771-Indica, ib. 1791
-Armenum, ib. 1781-Æthiopicum, ib. 1789—Cophtum, ib. s. a.Chaldaicum (Estranghelo), ib. 1636-Hebraicum et Samaritanum, ib. 1771–Grandonico-Malabaricum, ib. 1772—Barmanorum Regni Arensis, ib. 1787-Illyricum et Slavonicum, ib. 1783–Græcum, ib. 1771-Etruscum, ib. 1771–Arabicum, ib. 1715—Persicum, ib. 1783
small 8vo. in 2 vol. leshlite S. Amadis de Gaule, written in French by the Lord of Essars Nicholas /o 12 6
de Herberay, and Englished by A. Munday, 4 vol. in 1,
folio. N. Okes, 1618-19 Nitchell 39 Amadis of Gaul, by Vasco Lobeira (translated by R. Southey), 4 vol. calf extra
12mo. 1803 Lracitch
40 AMERICA. MUNDUS Novus, Albericus Vespucius Laurentio Petri de 4 2 10
Medicis salutem plurimam dicit,
celebrated letter, red morocco extra, g. e. by F. Bedford