Catalogue of the capital and extensive collection of prints, [electronic resource] : and Books of Prints, of Charles Rogers, Esq. F. R. S. S. A. deceased: collected with particular attention and taste, during more than fifty years, both at home and abroad; and comprising, besides a complete series of the art, from its commencement, in the fifteenth century, down to the present time, considerable works of the following and other eminent masters: (the whole in fine preservation:) Israhel Van Meck Martin Schoen Albert Durer Marc Antonio Hollar Rembrandt Rubens Vandyck N. Poussin, &c. &c. A capital set of Piranesi's works: and The Magnificent work of Imitations, Edited by Mr. Rogers; with all the copper-plates, wooden blocks, and remaining copies: which will be sold by auction, under the direction of Mr. Thomas Philipe, At his Rooms, in Warwick Street, Golden Square, adjoining the Chapel, On Monday, the 18th of March, 1799, and Twenty following Days, Sundays and Good Friday excepted, At Twelve O'Clock. To be viewed four days preceding the sale. - Catalogues (which are descriptive) to be had at the Rooms, and at No. 12, Golden Square, Price 3s. 6d.

Philipe, Thomas.
London : printed by G. Hayden, Russell Court, Covent Garden, [1799]
[2],iv,[2],148p. ; 8⁰.
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