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Bibliotheca selecta, or, A catalogue of books collected by an eminent and learned gentleman for his own private use. : Consisting of many scarce books in Hebrew, Greek, Latin, English, French, and Italian, viz. in theology, philology, history, geography, and several books of medals, many of them in usum Delphini, and cum notis variorum of the best editions. Which will be sold by auction, at the late Baron Spanheim's house in St. James's Square the -- of --, 1711. By James Levi, bookseller, at the Golden Eagle near the Fountain Tavern in the Strand. Preview this item
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Bibliotheca selecta, or, A catalogue of books collected by an eminent and learned gentleman for his own private use. : Consisting of many scarce books in Hebrew, Greek, Latin, English, French, and Italian, viz. in theology, philology, history, geography, and several books of medals, many of them in usum Delphini, and cum notis variorum of the best editions. Which will be sold by auction, at the late Baron Spanheim's house in St. James's Square the -- of --, 1711. By James Levi, bookseller, at the Golden Eagle near the Fountain Tavern in the Strand.

Author: James Levi
Publisher: [London] : Catalogues may be had at Mr. Barnes's in the Pall Mall, Mr. King's in Westminster Hall, Mr. Brown's without Temple Bar, Mr. Clement's and Mr. Innes's in Paul's Church Yard, Mr. Smith's under the Piazza's of the Royal Exchange, Mr. Clement's in Oxford, Mr. Greaves's in Cambridge, and at J. Levi's shop in the Strand, [1711]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Latin
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Genre/Form: Catalogs
Auction catalogues
Named Person: James Levi; Ezechiel Spanheim; James Levi; Ezechiel Spanheim
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Levi
OCLC Number: 79491849
Notes: Signatures: [A]1 B-G⁴ ( -G4).
687 lots.
Auction date left blank on t.p.; identified as Feb. 1 in Munby & Coral.
Description: [2], 46 p. ; 20 cm. (8vo)

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