A catalogue of the genuine pictures of Samuel Pechell, Esq. deceased. Removed from his late House, now in the Occupation of the Lord Bishop of Peterborough, in Great George-Street, Hanover-Square: also of Several Pictures of the Italian, French, Flemish, and Dutch Schools, consigned from Abroad; and of a small Collection, the Property of a Gentleman, which will be exhibited and sold by private Contract in the small Room and Lobby, on the Premises lately occupied by the Royal Academy, No. 125, Pall-Mall, On Friday, February 1, 1788, and the following Days (sundays excepted) from Ten O'Clock in the Morning, till Five in the Afternoon. Admittance One Shilling each Person, Catalogue included.
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[London : s.n., 1788]
13,p. ; 4⁰.
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