European sculpture, works of art and ironwork: including a pair of North Italian Romanesque marble lions, late 12th century, three Florentine glazed terracotta roundels, early 16th century, two Italian bronze bulls, 17th century… and a fine collection of ironwork (catalogue for an auction conducted by Sotheby’s, London, 22 April 1986)
London, Sotheby’s, 1986
(26.5 cm),  pp., including 27 plates (some in colour). 459 lots. List of prices realised loosely inserted. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - Included in the sale (as lots 126-144) are medals from the Chigi collection: the portrait medal of the Florentine jurist Lelio Torelli, made in 1551 by Francesco da Sangallo, sold for £23,100 (estimate £1000-£1500), setting a new auction price record for a Renaissance medal; the portrait medal of the Servite monk and preacher Paolo Alberti, made in 1462 by the Ferrarese medallist Antonio Marescotti, made £11,000 (estimate 1500-£2000). Previous sale of medals from the Chigi collection were conducted by Sotheby's in Florence, 24 October 1974 and 14 May 1975. ¶ Annotated copy.