Catalog Record: A catalogue, of the most remarkable collection of prints ever offered to the public; being matchless both for number, variety, beauty, and scarcity : consisting of all the great masters in Europe ... the topography of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales ... heraldry, and all other antiquities in each country; likewise a wonderful collection both of English and foreign portraits ... : which will be sold by Mr. Greenwood, at his room, in Leicester Square on Monday the 16th day of January, 1786, and the following days | HathiTrust Digital Library

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A catalogue, of the most remarkable collection of prints ever offered to the public; being matchless both for number, variety, beauty, and scarcity :
consisting of all the great masters in Europe ... the topography of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales ... heraldry, and all other antiquities in each country; likewise a wonderful collection both of English and foreign portraits ... : which will be sold by Mr. Greenwood, at his room, in Leicester Square on Monday the 16th day of January, 1786, and the following days.

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Main Author: Gulston, Joseph, 1745-1786.
Related Names: Greenwood, John 1727-1792.
Language(s): English
Published: [London] : Logographic Press, [1786]
Subjects: Prints > Prints / Catalogs.
Note: Issued in 3 parts. The second (p. [81]-158) has special t.p.: A catalogue of the remaining part of this collection of prints ... which will be sold by Mr. Greenwood ... on Tuesday the 21st day of February, 1786, and seventeen following days. The third (p. 159-169) has special t.p.: A continuation, of a most curious, scarce, valuable, and fine collection of all those persons who ... are entitled to a place in the English school ... [sold March 14-15, 1786].
4406 items; priced in ms.
Sales catalog, London, January-March, 1786.
Collection of Joseph Gulston.
Physical Description: [2], 169 p. : port. ; 21 cm.
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