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Catalogue / Bernard Quaritch Ltd.

Corporate Author: Bernard Quaritch (Firm)
Language(s): English
Published: London : Bernard Quaritch Ltd.,
Subjects: Bernard Quaritch (Firm) > Catalogs.
Manuscripts > Catalogs.
Rare books > Prices.
Rare books > Bibliography > Catalogs.
Rare books > Catalogs.
Antiquarian booksellers > England > London > Catalogs.
Booksellers' catalogs > England > London.
Booksellers' catalogs > England > London > 21st century.
Booksellers' catalogs > England > London > 20th century.
Booksellers' catalogs > England > London > 19th century.
Note: Many notable catalogs were published without numbers. The last complete catalog of Bernard Quaritch's stock was published in 1887-1888 under the title "General catalogue of old books and manuscripts" in seven volumes with five supplements.
Cover title of monthly catalogs issued in the 1860's: "The museum: a catalogue raisonné of rare, valuable and curious books".
Each issue has also a distinctive title.
A new numbering sequence apparently began in 1864. Cf. No. 2, 1865.
Description based on: 133, published in 1858.
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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