A catalogue of extraordinary Greek and Latin books, published by Stephens, Aldus, and other curious editors. Also a choice collection of medicinal and chymical books, being the library of Dr. Andrew Clench, lately barbaroulsy murthered. Together with excellent English books in all volumes. To be sold by auction at Toms Coffee-House, adjoining to Ludgate, on Wednesday the 1st. of June; 1692. Beginning exactly at three in the after-noon. By John Bullord. Conditions of sale. 1. He that bids most is the buyer, &c. 2. That the books (for ought we know) are perfect; if any appear otherwise, before they are taken away, the buyer has his choice of taking or leaving them, 3. Every person to give in his name and place of abode, paying also 5 s. in the pound, in part of what he shall buy (if demanded) and be obliged to take away their books within three days after the sale is ended. ... Catalogues may be had at Mr. Christopher Batemans, in Middle-Row in Holbourn. Mr. Manships in Cornhill. Mr. Goodwins in Fleet-street, booksellers, and at the place of sale. ...
|Author / Creator:||Bullord, John.|
|Imprint:||[London] : [publisher not identified], |
|Description:||1 online resource (24 pages)|
|Subject:||Book auctions -- Early works to 1800.|
Booksellers' catalogs -- England -- Early works to 1800.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11513199|