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A catalogue of the antiquities of the late ingenious Mr. John Kemp, F.R.S. consisting Of Two of the Finest Mummies (esteem'd so by the Curious) that were ever brought from Egypt: Several celebrated Egyptian Deities, Lamps, and Vessels us'd in Sacrifices, of Brass: Antique Stones of various Forms and Sizes: Brazen Rings, Fibula's, Crisping Pins, Amulets, and Seals: Fine Ancient Greek and Roman Statues, Busto's, Heads, Inscriptions, and Capitols, of Marble: A very large Collection of Lares, and other Images, of Brass: Marble, Earthen, and Glass Vessels; as Urns, Lamps, Lachrymatories: Oars of several sorts: Ancient Weights, and several compleat Series of Original Coins, of all sizes, consisting of Gold, Silver and Brass: With a valuable Collection of Books of Antiquities: Will be Sold by auction, At the Phenix Tavern, next Door to his museum, the lower end of the Hay-Market, and the Corner of Pall-Mal, St. James's; on Thursday the 23d of March. The Collection may be seen on Saturday the 18th, Monday the 20th, Tuesday the 21st, Wednesday the 22d, and Thursday the 23d, till the Time of sale, which will begin at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon precisely, and continue each Day till all are Sold. These Catalogues to be had gratis, at Mr. Paul Vaillant's in the Strand, Mr. George and John Innys's in St. Paul's Church-Yard, Mr. John Osbourn's in Lombard Street, and at the Place of sale; Where likewise the Latin Catalogue is to be Sold. Conditions of sale as usual.

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[London : s.n., 1721]

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4p. ; 2⁰.

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ESTC T163697

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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.


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