Bibliotheca selectissima; or, a catalogue of scarce and valuable books Greek, Latin, Italian and French of the best editions, many bound in Red Turkey-Leather, Gilt Leaves; with some of the choicest Authors in Spanish, amongst which are a great many curious Volumes relating to painting, sculpture, and architecture. The Justinian Gallery compleat, Blaeu's Atlas in Eleven Volumes, and several fine manuscripts upon Vellum, with very neat figures in Mignature, collected beyond sea, chiefly out of Bulteau's library at Paris, and Vander Marck's at the Hague, by Mr. Grame. N. B. There is a Capital Picture of Nicola Poussin, and two Excellent Heads, with three Porto Folio's of Original Italian Drawings, which will be sold immediately after the Books. The sale will begin on Wednesday the 8th of July, 1713, in the little Piazza, Covent-Garden, at the Green Door, beginning at six a Clock in the Evening precisely. Catalogues may be had of Mr. King in Westminster-Hall, Mr. Varenne at Seneca's-Head near Somerset-House in the Strand, Mr. Wotton at the Three Daggers near the Temple-Gate, Mr. Bateman in Pater-Noster-Row, Mr. Strahan at the Golden Ball over against the Royal-Exchange, and at the Place of Sale. N. B. The Books may be seen three Days before the Sale.

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[London : s.n., 1713]

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[2],8,8*-8**,9-12,[2],13-20p. ; 80.

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ESTC T187792

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