Catalogue of very valuable printed books, illuminated manuscripts, autograph letters and historical documents, comprising a very important manuscript of Lydgate's Court of Sapience, in English verse bound with three rare English treatises; and a few other manuscripts and rare books, from the library at Naworth Castle, Cumberland, the property of the Right Honble. the Earl of Carlisle; a book of hours of fine quality and royal ownership, the property of Mrs. C. L. Rayson; an English XIV century manuscript of the Legenda Sanctorum, compiled by John Grandison, bishop of Exeter, the property of Mrs. Walker Heneage, Coker Court, Somerset; an extremely interesting MS. Horae of the use of York, with the Third Folio edition of Shakespeare's works, and other rare English books from the library of the late Dr. Ferriar, of Manchester, the property of Lt.-Col. W. F. Challinor, D.S.O.; incunabula, including Jenson's Eusebius, De Evangelica, 1470, and a collection of fine bindings by Edwards, of Halifax, the property of Ernest Marchetti, Esq., Dean Clough, Halifax; Aurbach Summa de Sacramentis, Zainer, 1469; Albertus Magnus, compendium, Sensenschlidt, 1470; and other rare early works; books printed in Spain, and illustrated with woodcuts; the rare Sarum Missal printed by C. Van Ruremond, 1528; a Vallombrosa Missal, on vellum, Giunta, 1503; another copy of Shakespeare, Third Folio, 1664; Surrey's Songs and Sonnets, 1574; Sidney's Acadia, 1593; a collection of English ballads and broadsides, from an old country house library; French bindings and illustrated books, including a fine copy, in old morroco, of the Oudry Lafontaine, 1755/9; very rare Stevensoniana; etc. (the autograph letters, &c. comprise improtant collections of Charles Dickens and J. McN. Whistler; fine letters of R. L. Stevenson, the property of Judge Sir Thomas Granger (deceased); Sonnets by Oscar Wilde, the property of Mrs. R. Y. Tyrell; important Shakespearan correspondence; famous musicians; a fine Nelson collection; and a very intersting New England diary, 1696-1714, which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby & Co. (the Rt. Hon. Sir Montague Barlow, Bt., P.C., K.B.E., G. D. Hobson, M.V.O., F. W. Warre, O.B.E., M.C., C. G. Des Graz, B.A., Miss E. Barlow), auctioneers of literary property & works illustrative of the fine arts, at their large galleries, 34 & 35, New Bond Street, W. (1), on Monday, the 11th of April, 1927, and two following days, at one o'clock precisely

Catalogue de vente

20e siècle
Vente. Art. Londres. 1927-04-11
Vente. Manuscrits. Londres. 1927-04-11
Vente. Livres. Londres. 1927-04-11
Collection. Art. Carlisle (earl of)
Collection. Art. Rayson, C. L. (mistress)
Collection. Art. Heneage, Walker (mistress)
Collection. Art. Challinor, W. F. (lieutenant-colonel)
Collection. Art. Marchetti, Ernest (esquire)
Collection. Art. Granger, Thomas (sir)
Collection. Art. Tyrrell, R. Y. (mistress)
Description matérielle
1 vol. (143 p.-[20] p. de pl.) : ill. ; in-8°
Informations bibliographiques
Cote de l'original : VP 1927/294 ; Cote du microfilm : Mfilm 35 1927 04 11 (bobine 306)
Lieu de publication
Sotheby's ; J. Davy & Sons
La maison de vente Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, créée par Samuel Baker en 1744, prit le nom Sotheby & Co. en 1924 et déménagea de Wellington Street pour New Bond Street en 1917
Note de contenu
Contient 770 lots et 20 planches
Note complémentaire
Les noms de Sir Clement Anderson Montague Barlow (1868-1951), Geoffrey Dudley Hobson (1882-1949), du capitaine Felix Walter Warre (1879-1953), de C. G. Des Graz et de Miss E. Barlow apparaissent sur la page de titre en tant qu'associés chez Sotheby's
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Date de numérisation
Nombre de vues
Identifiant numérique
NUM CV11774_19270411
Bibliothèque d'origine
Bibliothèque de l'Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art, collections Jacques Doucet
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