Bibliotheca Smithiana A catalogue of the curious, elegant, and very valuable library of Joseph Smith, Esq; His Britannick Majesty's Consul at Venice lately deceased. The Books are in the finest Preservation, and consist of The very Best, and Scarcest Editions of the Latin, Italian, and French Authors, from the Invention of Printing; Many Capital Books of Prints and Antiquities, with Manuscripts and Missals upon Vellum finely illuminated. Which will be sold by auction, by S. Baker and G. Leigh, Booksellers, At their House in York-Street, Covent-Garden, on Monday, January the 25th, 1773, and the thirteen following Days, Beginning each Day at Twelve O'Clock.

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Online Access:Electronic book from Eighteenth Century Collections Online
Corporate Author: S. Baker and G. Leigh (London, England)
Format: Electronic eBook
Published:[London : s.n., 1773]