Catalogue of the celebrated collection of manuscripts formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872) § Second part § Third part § Fourth part § Fifth part § Sixth part. Catalogue of French, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Yugoslav and Slavonic manuscripts § Seventh part § Eighth part. Catalogue of Italian and Greek manuscripts and English charters § Ninth part. Catalogue of French, Spanish and Greek manuscripts and English charters § Tenth part. Catalogue of books printed in England and of English books printed abroad before 1641. First portion: A-F § Eleventh part. Books printed in England and of English books printed abroad before 1641. Second portion: G-Q § Twelfth part. Catalogue of English manuscripts, autograph letters and charters § Thirteenth part. Catalogue of books printed in England and of English books printed abroad before 1641; third portion: R-Z and Addenda § Fourteenth part. Catalogue of Italian, Greek, Russian, Polish and Lithuanian manuscripts § Fifteenth part. Books printed in England and English books printed abroad, 1641-1700 § Sixteenth part. Catalogue of French, Spanish, Greek, Serbo-Croat and a few Portuguese and Slavonic manuscripts § Seventeenth part. Catalogue of books printed in England and English books printed abroad 1641-1700, second portion: M-Z and addenda § Eighteenth part. Catalogue of printed books on science, medicine and botany with a few botanical drawings § Nineteenth part. Catalogue of English, French, Greek and Icelandic manuscripts § Twentieth part. Catalogue of continental printed books View larger
Sotheby & Co. (London)

Catalogue of the celebrated collection of manuscripts formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872) § Second part § Third part § Fourth part § Fifth part § Sixth part. Catalogue of French, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Yugoslav and Slavonic manuscripts § Seventh part § Eighth part. Catalogue of Italian and Greek manuscripts and English charters § Ninth part. Catalogue of French, Spanish and Greek manuscripts and English charters § Tenth part. Catalogue of books printed in England and of English books printed abroad before 1641. First portion: A-F § Eleventh part. Books printed in England and of English books printed abroad before 1641. Second portion: G-Q § Twelfth part. Catalogue of English manuscripts, autograph letters and charters § Thirteenth part. Catalogue of books printed in England and of English books printed abroad before 1641; third portion: R-Z and Addenda § Fourteenth part. Catalogue of Italian, Greek, Russian, Polish and Lithuanian manuscripts § Fifteenth part. Books printed in England and English books printed abroad, 1641-1700 § Sixteenth part. Catalogue of French, Spanish, Greek, Serbo-Croat and a few Portuguese and Slavonic manuscripts § Seventeenth part. Catalogue of books printed in England and English books printed abroad 1641-1700, second portion: M-Z and addenda § Eighteenth part. Catalogue of printed books on science, medicine and botany with a few botanical drawings § Nineteenth part. Catalogue of English, French, Greek and Icelandic manuscripts § Twentieth part. Catalogue of continental printed books

London / New York, Sotheby & Co. / Parke-Bernet Galleries, 1965-1977
Twenty-two volumes (25 cm), in the publisher’s bindings, as issued. - Parts 1-20 of the sale catalogues of Phillipps manuscripts and printed books. ¶ Very good, unmarked copies. Some Price Lists are lacking.

Offered with Catalogue of broadsides, posters, pamphlets and other printed ephemera, from the celebrated collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872); the property of the Trustees of the Robinson Trust and from other sources (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., Hodgson’s rooms, Chancery Lane, London, 28 November 1975)

Offered with Catalogue of broadsides, posters, pamphlets, scrapbooks, advertising & greeting cards and other printed ephemera from the collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872); the property of the Trustees of the Robinson Trust and from other sources (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., Hodgson’s rooms, Chancery Lane, London, 3 December 1976). ¶ Very good, unmarked copies.

Subjects
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1965
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1965-1977
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1966
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1967
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1968
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1969
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1970
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1971
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1972
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1973
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1974
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1975
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1976
Auction sale catalogues - Books - 1977
Illumination of books and manuscripts - Collections, UK - Phillipps (Thomas, Sir), 1792-1872
Science books - Auction sale catalogues
Authors/Creators
Parke-Bernet Galleries (New York) in association withSotheby & Co. (London)
Sotheby & Co. (London)
Sotheby, Parke Bernet & Co. (London)
Sotheby, Parke Bernet & Co., Hodgson's rooms (London)
Owners
Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872
Ranuzzi, Annibale, Count, 1625-1697
Other names
Granvelle, Antoine Perrenot de (1517-1586)
Auction date
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  • This collection contains

  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    [Bibliotheca Phillippica, New Series: first part] Catalogue of the celebrated collection of manuscripts formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872) : the property of the Trustees of the Robinson Trust (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 28-29 June 1965)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1965
    (25 cm), 135 (1) pp., frontispiece and 7 leaves of plates (inserted after pp.8, 14, 18, 48, 94, 100, 104). Lots numbered 1-301. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - Includes the papers of Françoise de Graffigny (lots 122-126; bought by H.P. Kraus, and presented by him to the Beinecke Library in 1968) and “Robert Herrick’s poetical commonplace book” (lot 146; bought by House of El Dieff for £34,000; now University of Texas at Austin, HRC 79, and no longer regarded as Herrick’s). ¶ Unmarked copy.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Catalogue of the celebrated collection of manuscripts formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872) : new series : second part : comprising works on alchemy, engineering, machines, science and geography : letters of Muratori, Magliabecchi and Thomas Henshaw, F.R.S., and correspondence of Gabriel Naudé : manuscripts relating to Dalmatia, Cyprus, Turkey, Russia and Japan; Catholic missions in China and India; a description of Athens, 1687; a Church Slavonic and Latin liturgy; and a finely bound Venetian Ducale : household accounts of the kings of France; papers concerning Passemant’s astronomical clock at Versailles : the Gondomar Papers : Halley’s star-map of the Southern hemisphere, an unrecorded issue : Italian topography and local history; an unrecorded Renaissance work on memory by N. Peranzonus; Latin poetry by G.A. Flaminio and P. Corazini; an unrecorded work by Marko Marulić and other Croat manuscripts : an important collection on the history of the Philippine Islands : the papers of Sir Robert Ker Porter and his sisters Jane and Anna Maria : and the manuscript of Caxton’s translation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, books 1-9, 1480 (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 27-28 June 1966)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1966
    (25 cm), 125 (3) pp., colour frontispiece, 6 leaves of plates (inserted after pp.4, 24, 34, 48, 66, 122), text illustrations. Lots numbered 302-561. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - Includes a manuscript of the first part (books 1-9) of Caxton’s translation of Ovid (lot 318). Discovered by the auctioneers in separate sheets amongst a quantity of valueless material, it was sold for £90,000 to the New York dealer Lew David Feldman (House of El Dieff). The Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art placed a temporary embargo on its export, to give British institutions a chance to match the purchase price, and reunite the two parts (Books 10-15 are in the Pepysian Library at Magdalene College, Cambridge). Thirty-six hours before the embargo expired, Eugene Power, founder of University Microfilms, offered Magdalene College a £71,000 loan, to be repaid from the proceeds of a facsimile edition planned by the New York publisher George Braziller. Cf. John Carter, “The Caxton Ovid” in The Book Collector, volume 20 (1971), pp.7-18; Edition of one: the autobiography of Eugene B. Power, founder of University Microfilms (Ann Arbor 1990), p.271, etc. ¶ Unmarked copy.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Catalogue of the celebrated collection of manuscripts formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872) : new series : third part : comprising manuscripts relating to Gloucestershire… charters or other documents… Greek post-medieval manuscripts… an archive of debts to Cardinal Wolsey and Thomas Cromwell… Manuscripts of Leslie's Historie of Scotland… sixty-five unpublished letters from Continental savants and diplomats to Sir Philip Sidney on his Grand Tour, 1573-1576 (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 26 June 1967)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1967
    (25 cm), (2) 104 pp., 7 leaves of plates (inserted after pp.10, 22, 54, 64, 81, 84, 94; that at p.84 double-sided). Lots numbered 562-772. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Catalogue of the celebrated collection of manuscripts formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872) : new series : fourth part : comprising : Bulls… Letters… an unrecorded early text of Basinio's Liber Isottaeus… official Florentine correspondence with Giovanni Lanfredini, ambassador to Naples 1484-5… Greek Mss… a highly important series of unpublished letters of Baldassare Castiglione : a manuscript of Machiavelli's Il Principe preceding the editio princeps (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 25 June 1968)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1968
    (25 cm), 142 pp., 15 leaves of plates (inserted after pp.8, 16, 22, 46, 54, 64, 66, 80, 84, 86, 106, 110, 112, 114, 126), text illustrations. Lots numbered 773-926. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - Includes (lot 865) a collection of manuscripts in 620 volumes assembled by Count Annibale Ranuzzi (1625-1697) and (lots 908-926) the archive of the Vettori family of Florence. ¶ Unmarked copy. No Price list.
  • Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. (New York) in association with Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Catalogue of the celebrated collection of manuscripts formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872) : new series : fifth part : the property of the trustees of the Robinson Trust : Americana : manuscripts, printed books and maps : including John Locke’s Bertelli atlas : a collection of manuscript maps relating to the British attacks on Buenos Aires, 1806-07 : corrected proof of Catlin’s Mandan village, 1840 : a letter of Gaspar de Espinosa reporting the discovery of El Dorado, 1535 : Faden’s North American atlas, 1777-79 : the only recorded copy of a Benjamin Franklin imprint : Compendio breve, Mexico City, 1544, the second surviving book printed in America : the document granting the Louisiana monopoly to Crozat : an original document relating to “The Mayflower” : the Miera map of the earliest exploration of Colorado, Utah, and Northern Arizona : deed of sale of the eighth part of New Hampshire by the sole proprietor : a Mexican pictorial manuscript : the Sassetti manuscript of American voyages (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. in association with Sotheby & Co., New York, 28-29 October 1969)

    New York, Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc. / Sotheby & Co., 1969
    (25 cm), (8) 164 pp., folding colour frontispiece, text illustrations (2 folding). List of prices realised loosely inserted. Lots numbered 927-1158. Publisher’s printed boards. - Illustrated on the colour frontispiece is the map of the Americas in Edward Norgate’s coloured copy of the 1584 Ortelius Théâtre de l’Univers (lot 1102). ¶ Unmarked copy.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica : catalogue of French, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Yugoslav and Slavonic manuscripts : from the celebrated collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872) : new series : sixth part (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 15-16 June 1970)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1970
    (25 cm), (6) 149 (3) pp., frontispiece in black & white, text illustrations. Lots numbered 1159-1374. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy. No Price list.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Catalogue of the celebrated collection of manuscripts formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872) : new series : seventh part : including an important letter of Byron concerning Don Juan, an autograph parliamentary diary of Sir Edward Dering, and letters of Ainsworth, Slingsby Bethel, William Paulet Carey, Carlyle, William Cecil, Lord Chesterfield, Richard Graves, Jefferson, Thomas Percy, John Pym, Richard Rich, Robert Southwell, John and Samuel Wesley : English charters of the reigns of Henry III, including the famous Sentence of excommunication of 1253, Edward I, Edward III, Richard II, Henry V, Henry VIII and Lady Jane Grey : manuscripts and charters concerning Bristol, Buckinghamshire, Cheshire, Cornwell, Derbyshire, Gloucestershire, Kent, Middlesex, Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Suffolk, Wiltshire, Winchester, Worcestershire and Yorkshire; Ireland and Scotland; America, Barbados, Canada, India and East India Company : an important collection of heraldic and genealogical manuscripts of Henry and Richard St. George, William Camden, Nicholas Charles, Robert Cooke, Robert Dale, Gilbert and William Dethick, Robert Glover, Richard Lee, William Ryley, John Stow and William Wyrley : an important manuscript of the Middle English poem, Instructions to his son, by Peter Idley; an hitherto unknown letter of Sir Philip Sidney referring to his own poetry; a 17th century commonplace book containing cittern music in tablature form; an autograph working notebook of John Speed; contemporary accounts of the fatal duel at Dorset Gardens Theatre in June 1685 and of Elisha Hall’s visits to heaven and hell, 1562 (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 14-15 June 1971)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1971
    (25 cm), (4) 165 (1) pp., 6 leaves of plates (inserted after pp. 20, 28, 64, 134, 140, 146), text illustrations. Lots numbered 1375-1709. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica : [Eighth part:] Catalogue of Italian and Greek manuscripts and English charters… : also the important collection of chronicles of Venice, Brescia, Padua, Treviso and Vicenza (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 4 July 1972)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1972
    (25 cm), 125 (3) pp., text illustrations. Lots numbered 1710-1905. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Errata sheet (”Lots 1847 to 1905 inclusive will be offered as a single lot”). Publisher’s printed wrappers. - The sale included a vellum roll purporting to be 2000 years old and to contain the first three books of the Iliad, a forgery by Constantine Simonides, who sold it to a credulous Phillipps in 1853 for £50 (bought here by Quaritch, £750; now Tokyo, Takamiya Collection). “A hitherto unknown poem of 3,000 lines concerning the battle between the Venetians and the Turks over Cyprus in 1570-73 reached £1,900 and was bought by the Athens Academy. A series of early chronicles concerning Venice were sold for £13,000 to the Italian Institute on behalf, it is believed, of the Biblioteca Marciana in Venice. The autograph manuscript of a fifteenth century chronicle of Vicenza was also bought by the Italian Institute for £2,400 for the Vicenza communal library (from a saleroom report by Geraldine Norman, in The Times, 5 July 1972, p.18). ¶ Unmarked copy.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Ninth part. Catalogue of French, Spanish and Greek manuscripts and English charters (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 25-26 June 1973)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1973
    (25 cm), viii, 181 (3) pp., text illustrations. Lots numbered 1906-2221. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy. No Price list.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Tenth part. Catalogue of books printed in England and of English books printed abroad before 1641. First portion: A-F: from the collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872) and from other sources; the property of the trustees of the Robinson Trust (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 26-27 November 1973)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1973
    (25 cm), 156 (4) pp., text illustrations. Lots numbered 2222-2541. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Eleventh part. Books printed in England and of English books printed abroad before 1641. Second portion: G-Q (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 24-25 June 1974)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1974
    (25 cm), 154 (2) pp., text illustrations (one folding). Lots numbered 2542-2829. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy. Price list tipped-in with clear tape.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Twelfth part. Catalogue of English manuscripts, autograph letters and charters (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 26 June 1974)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1974
    (26 cm), 154 (2) pp., text illustrations. Lots numbered 2830-3085. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Thirteenth part. Catalogue of books printed in England and of English books printed abroad before 1641; third portion: R-Z and Addenda [Contents:] …including Thomas Ravenscroft’s Pammelia, 1609 and other collections of music; Chapman’s Bussy d’Ambois, 1608; Dekker’s The magnificent entertainment, 1604; the first and second Shakespeare folios; and a prompt copy of Shirley’s The maides revenge, 1639; Anglier’s The decades of the newe world, 1555, and De novo orbe, 1612; Sir Richard Whitbourne’s Discovery of New-found-land, 1620; and Thomas James’s A strange and dangerous voyage, 1633; Robert Recorde’s The whetstone of witte, 1557, the first English treatise on Algebra; Hugh Rhodes, Stans puer ad mensam, J. Redman, before 1540, the only known copy; Whittinton’s Vulgaria, Wynkyn de Worde, the 1524 and 1533 editions; Fitzherbert’s The booke of husbandrye, c. 1555, the only known copy; John Hamilton’s The catechisme, 1552, the first book printed in St. Andrew’s; Vulgaria terentii, William de Machlinia, c. 1483, the only complete copy known, with the sides of a Winchester Romanesque binding laid down on the binding (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 25-26 November 1974)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1974
    (25 cm), 170 (2) pp., text illustrations (one folding). Lots numbered 3086-3388. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Errata slip loosely inserted (lot 3205). Publisher’s printed wrappers. - Includes (lot 3205, bought by Quaritch for £9500) a complete copy of William de Machlinia’s Vulgaria quedam abs Terencio in Anglicam linguam traducta in a contemporary binding copying a Winchester Romanesque model. ¶ Unmarked copy.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Fourteenth part. Catalogue of Italian, Greek, Russian, Polish and Lithuanian manuscripts [Contents:] Italian, Greek, Russian Polish and Lithuanian manuscripts comprising Oppian’s Halieutica, copied by Frankiskos Bitalios, c. 1500; Proclus on Plato’s Theologia and Cratylus, both copied by Andreas Darmarios, from Dr Anthony Askew’s collection; and Porphyry on Ptolemy’s Harmonica, from the Darmarios scriptorium; letters of Cardinal Frederico Borromeo, of Cardinal de Granvelle concerning preparations for the Lepanto campaign, of the last Duke of Urbino to Claudia de’ Medici, Princess of Urbino, and from the Vettori papers; diplomatic correspondence of papal nuncios and vice-legates; recommendations for appointments to American and African sees; the journal and memoirs of Abb. Gualdi; a collection of G.B. Ciampoli’s poems; scenari of the commedia dell’arte; and an unpublished account of Lebanon in 1667; the historical collections of Conte Giovanni Battista Raimondo de Silva, and the genealogical collections of Conte Ottavio Archinto; Tsar Fedor Alexeievich’s personal devotions; petition by two Jesuits to the co-tsars, Moscow, 1689; Georgius David’s very rare Tabella characteris Moscovitico-Ruthenici, Nissa 1690 the first textbook of the Russian language; manuscripts of Prince Antioch Kantemir’s Satires and of the first collection of folksongs to be printed in Russia, M.D. Chulkov’s Sobranie; a letter of Kosciuszko; and the manuscript of Ruhigius’s Melitema, the first systematic study of Lithuanian (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 8 July 1975)

    London, Sotheby & Co., 1975
    (26 cm), 82 (2) pp., [5] leaves of plates (inserted after pp.20, 22, 44, 46, 78), text illustrations. Lots numbered 3389-3555. Printed list of prices and buyers’ names. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy. No Price list.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Fifteenth part. Books printed in England and English books printed abroad, 1641-1700 [Contents:] …comprising literature, including Nicholas Breton, England selected characters, 1643; John Donne, BIAOANATOE, c. 1646; Abraham Cowley, The mistresse, 1647; Richard Brome, Lachrymae musarum, 1650; John Evelyn’s translation of Chrysostom, The golden book, 1659, and Robert Armin, The valiant Welshman, 1663; travel and navigation, including Richard Boothby, A briefe discovery of Madagascar, 1646 and J.A. Colom, Lighting colom of the Midland-sea, 1679; Americana, including Edward Johnson’s A history of New-England, 1654 and John Locke’s copy of John Josselyn, An account of two voyages to New-England, 1674; miscellaneous subjects, including Cressy Dymock, An invention of engines of motion, 1651; John Dury, The reformed librarie-keeper, 1650; John Hill, A penny post, 1659; A discourse of the necessity of encouraging meckanick industry, 1690; Robert Jole, Arithmetick by inspection, 1677 (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., London, 24-25 November 1975)

    London, Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., 1975
    (26 cm), 86 (2) pp., frontispiece, text illustrations. Lots numbered 3557-3864. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy. Photocopy of List of prices and buyers’ names.
  • Sotheby & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Sixteenth part. Catalogue of French, Spanish, Greek, Serbo-Croat and a few Portuguese and Slavonic manuscripts (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby & Co., London, 28-29 June 1976)

    London, Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., 1976
    (25 cm), (4) 151 (3) pp., text illustrations. Lots numbered 3865-4170. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - The Spanish ambassador attended the sale in person and bought 73 lots in all for a total of £16,109 on behalf of the National Library, the archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and other Madrid libraries (report in The Times, London, 29 June 1976, p.3). ¶ Unmarked copy. No Price list.
  • Sotheby, Parke Bernet & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Seventeenth part. Catalogue of books printed in England and English books printed abroad 1641-1700, second portion: M-Z and addenda (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., London, 30 June 1976)

    London, Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., 1976
    (25 cm), 84 pp., frontispiece, [4] leaves of plates (inserted after pp.10, 34, 38, 82), text illustrations. Lots numbered 4171-4521. List of estimates loosely inserted. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy.
  • Sotheby, Parke Bernet & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Eighteenth part. Catalogue of printed books on science, medicine and botany with a few botanical drawings (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., London, 29 November 1976)

    London, Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., 1976
    (25 cm), 77 (3) pp., frontispiece, [8] leaves of plates (inserted after pp.4, 12, 18, 22, 26, 52, 62, 74), text illustrations. Lots numbered 4523-4816. List of estimates loosely inserted. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Errata sheet (Lot 4659: “All references to notes in Sir Isaac Newton’s hand, together with the suggestion that some early volumes belonged to him, should be deleted from the description of this lot”). Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy.
  • Sotheby, Parke Bernet & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Nineteenth part. Catalogue of English, French, Greek and Icelandic manuscripts (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., London, 27-28 June 1977)

    London, Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., 1977
    (25 cm), 161 (3) pp., text illustrations. Lots numbered 4817-5144. List of estimates loosely inserted. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy. Edges of wrappers sunned.
  • Sotheby, Parke Bernet & Co. (London)

    Bibliotheca Phillippica. New series: Twentieth part. Catalogue of Continental printed books… comprising French, Italian, Spanish, German and Dutch books of the 15th to the 18th century (with a few later) and single works in Provençal, Slovene, Magyar, Croat, Russian and Romansch; a fine series of Aldine Press Books, including the editiones principes of Theocritus, Aristophanes, Dioscorides, Thucydides, Sophocles and Euripides; Anthologia Graeca, Florence, 1494, first edition, and other incunabula; works in Greek or translated from Greek, including the Haym–Pembroke copy of the Collana istorica degli scrittori greci, Venice 1544-83; Cronike van Brabant, Antwerp 1497, with 96 woodcuts, and other woodcut books; chronicles, histories, decrees, romances, plays, poems, novels, novelle, fables, songs, chapbooks and belles lettres, including works by Aesop, Alamanni, Aretino, Ariosto, Bembo, Boccaccio, Cervantes, Guido de Columna, Corneille, Dante, Lodovico Dolce, A.F. Doni and Erasmus (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., London, 28-29 November 1977)

    London, Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., 1977
    (25 cm), 121 (3) pp., [1] leaf of plates (inserted after p.82), text illustrations. Lots numbered 5144-5625. List of estimates loosely inserted. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - A further, unnumbered sale of 2109 lots was held four years later: Bibliotheca Phillippica : Catalogue of English Charters and Documents from the Twelfth to the Nineteenth Century (Sotheby’s, London, 13 April 1981). ¶ Unmarked copy.
  • Sotheby, Parke Bernet & Co., Hodgson's rooms (London)

    Catalogue of broadsides, posters, pamphlets and other printed ephemera, from the celebrated collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872); the property of the Trustees of the Robinson Trust and from other sources (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., Hodgson's rooms, Chancery Lane, London, 28 November 1975)

    London, Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., 1975
    (24 cm), 86 (2) pp., [3] leaves of plates. 263 lots. List of estimates loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. ¶ Unmarked copy. No Price list.
  • Sotheby, Parke Bernet & Co., Hodgson's rooms (London)

    Catalogue of broadsides, posters, pamphlets, scrapbooks, advertising & greeting cards and other printed ephemera from the collection formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt. (1792-1872); the property of the Trustees of the Robinson Trust and from other sources (catalogue of a portion of the Phillipps Library sold by Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., Hodgson's rooms, Chancery Lane, London, 3 December 1976)

    London, Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., 1976
    (24 cm), 61 (3) pp., [2] leaves of plates. 215 lots. List of estimates loosely inserted. List of prices realised and buyers’ names loosely inserted. Publisher’s printed wrappers. - The last lot in the sale, a collection of 467 Valentine’s Day cards, dating between 1840 and 1900, made £2900. ¶ Unmarked copy.
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