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Ten Early & Scarce Sotheby’s sales

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Ten Early & Scarce Sotheby’s sales

Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge. Attractively bound volume containing 10 early and scarce Sotheby’s sales catalogues most with prices realised and many from the library of Rollin and Feuardent:

Catalogue of Greek Coins comprising the small Collection of an American Artist and a few very fine and very rare coins from the cabinet of a Well-Known Amateur & Collector. Tuesday, 5th July, 1910. 19 pages, 134 lots, 5 extremely fine autotype plates. Ruled in red with prices and buyers names. With the stamp of Rollin & Feuardent on front cover (Man p. 211).

The Charles Butler Collections. Catalogue of the Collection of Coins and Medals formed by the later Charles Butler, Esq. Monday 3rd July – Tuesday 11th July, 1911. 87 pages, 964 lots, 12 very fine autotype plates. Some prices in margins in later hand, three pages of handwritten prices realised for the first three days of sales pasted in at front (Man p. 222).

Catalogue of the Valuable and Extensive Collection of Greek, Roman, English and other Coins. The Property of John Glas Sandeman, Esq. Tuesday 13 June - Tuesday 20th June, 1911. 121 pages, 1002 lots, 11 extremely fine plates printed on card. Some prices in margins, two pages of handwritten prices realised pasted in at front. With the stamp of Rollin & Feuardent on front cover (Man p. 222).

Catalogue of the Important and Extensive Collection of Egyptian Antiquities the Property of the Late F. G. Hilton-Price, Esq. Wednesday 12th July – Friday 8th July, 1911. 172 pages, 1512 lots, 29 very fine plates. Ruled in red with prices realised throughout. With the stamp of Rollin & Feuardent and a printed compliments slip pasted in.

Catalogue of the Collection of English Coins the Property of the late C. E. G. Mackerell, Esq. Monday 14th May – Tuesday 15th May, 1906. 36 pages, 301 lots, 3 exceptionally fine half-tone autotype plates. Ruled in red with prices realised throughout (Man p. 209).

Catalogue of the Valuable Collection of English Hammered & Milled Coins the Property of Lady Buckley. Friday 4th May – Saturday 5th May, 1906. 23 pages, 233 lots, 2 very fine autotype plates. Ruled in red with prices realised throughout (Man p. 209).

Catalogue of the Valuable Collection of English Crown Pieces and a Few Other Allied Coins. The Property of T. W. Barron, Esq. Tuesday 27th February, 1906. 20 pages, 144 lots, 3 extremely fine autotype plates. Ruled in red with prices realised throughout (Man p. 208).

Catalogue of Coins of the Time of Charles I and of the Anglo-Gallic Series Being the Remaining Part of the Numismatic Collections of the Late F. G. Hilton Price, Esq…A Collection of Rare Pattern and Proof Coins from George III to Victoria…Formed by the Late William Saward, Esq. Thursday 7th April 1910 and the following day. 38 pages, 283 lots, 5 very fine plates. Ruled in red with prices realised throughout. With the stamp of Rollin & Feuardent on front cover (Man p. 220).

Catalogue of the Valuable Collection of English Coins in Gold and Silver the Property of the Late F. G. Hilton Price, Esq. Monday 17th May – Wednesday 19th May, 1909. 46 pages, 410 lots, 6 very fine plates. Ruled in red with prices realised throughout (Man p. 215).

Catalogue of the Valuable Collection of English Coins the Property of the late Thomas Wakely, Esq. Monday 6th December – Wednesday 8th December, 1909. 56 pages, 496 lots, 9 very fine autotype plates. Ruled in red with prices realised throughout (Man p. 216).

An interesting selection of significant sales and of particularly value with prices realised. Attractively bound in half blue morocco, raised bands, gilt. Marbled boards and endpapers. A most desirable volume.