A List of the Original Catalogues of the Principal Libraries which Have Been Sold by Auction by Mr. Samuel Baker, from 1744 to 1774; Messrs. S. Baker and G. Leigh, from 1775-1777; Mr. George Leigh, 1778; Messrs. Leigh and Sotheby, from 1780 to 1800; Messrs. Leigh, Sotheby and Son, from 1800 to 1803; Messrs. Leigh and S. Sotheby, from 1804 to 1816; and Mr. Sotheby, from 1816 to 1828. The Whole Forming a Series of One Hundred and Forty-six Volumes in Quarto, with Prices and Purchasers' Names
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