Important furniture, silver, books and decorative arts from the collection of William A. McCarty-Cooper (catalogue for an auction conducted by Christie, Manson & Woods International Inc., New York, 25 January 1992)
New York, Christie, Manson & Woods International Inc., 1992
(27.5 cm), 191 (9) pp., illustrations (some in colour). 308 lots. List of prices realised loosely inserted. Publisher’s black cloth, pictorial dust jacket. - Contains property of the interior decorator William A. McCarty-Cooper, the adopted son of the British art historian and collector, Douglas Cooper (1911-1984). Lots 1-100 are printed books; 101-157 silver; 158-181 20th-century decorative arts; 182-213 European and Chinese porcelain; 214-308 European furniture and Works of art. McCarty-Cooper’s “Important tribal art and antiquities” were sold by Christie’s, New York, 19 May 1992. ¶ Unmarked copy.