An excellent collection of Greek, Latin and English books : in all faculties. [Wit]h most of the scarce and valuable common law books of England, of the best editions; the library of an eminent person deceased, [to] be sold by auction at Tom's Coffee-house, ad[joy]ning to Ludgate, on Tuesday 12th of April, 1692. /

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Author / Creator:Bullord, John.
Imprint:[London] : Catalogues may be had at Mr. Manships in Cornhil, Mr. Ben[nets] in St. Pauls Church-yard, Mr. Goodwin in Fleet-street, Mr. Hargraves in Holborn, Mr. Nots in the Pall mall, booksellers; at the coffee houses [at] the Inns of Court, and at the place of sale; where the books may be ... ed., [1692]
Description:1 online resource (2, 5-16, 3-4, 17-18, p. 16, [1] p.)
Subject:Book auctions -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Booksellers' catalogs -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Book auctions.
Booksellers' catalogs.
Early works.
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Notes:Place of publication suggested by Wing.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Imperfect: tightly bound, affecting text.
At foot of t.p.: Conditions of sale. ... hat bids most is the buyer, &c. ... [Ev]ery buyer gives in his name and place of abode, paying also 5s. in the pound for ... he shall buy, if demanded; and be obliged to take away his books within three [days] after the sale is ended. [The sa]le will begin exactly at three afternoon on Tuesday, April 12. 1692. and [ev]ery afternoon after till all be sold off.
Gathered in 2's. With numerous errors in pagination and register; final page number on filmed copy illegible.
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996) E3798
Early English books tract supplement interim guide S.C.1035[8]

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