225web

Henry George Bohn, “A Catalogue of Books,” London, 1841, very thick octavo, half red sheepskin; thomas Thorpe’s “Catalogue of the Most Extensive, Valuable and Truly Interesting Collection of Curious Books,” 1842; “Catalogue of the Greater Part of the Library of Thomas Crofton Croker,” 1854; and “Catalogue of the Singularly Curious, Very Interesting and Valuable Library of Edward SKegg, Esq.,” 1842; sold as a lot at Skinner, Inc. for $480. Photo courtesy Skinner, Inc., www.skinnerinc.com.

Henry George Bohn, “A Catalogue of Books,” London, 1841, very thick octavo, half red sheepskin; thomas Thorpe’s “Catalogue of the Most Extensive, Valuable and Truly Interesting Collection of Curious Books,” 1842; “Catalogue of the Greater Part of the Library of Thomas Crofton Croker,” 1854; and “Catalogue of the Singularly Curious, Very Interesting and Valuable Library of Edward SKegg, Esq.,” 1842; sold as a lot at Skinner, Inc. for $480. Photo courtesy Skinner, Inc., www.skinnerinc.com.

Leave a Reply