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  • Particulars and conditions of sale of a valuable leasehold estate, held under Corpus Christi College, Oxon. on lease for 21 years, renewable, consisting of the manors of Haresfield and Perrywood, ... in the county of Kent, the property of the late Mr. Cale, deceased. Which will be sold by auction, ... by Mess. Christie and Ansell, ... in Pall Mall, on Thursday, January 15, 1784, ... [electronic resource].

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  • Bibliotheca Colebrookiana. [electronic resource] : A catalogue of the large, valuable, and very elegant library of books, and books of prints, of Sir George Colebrooke, ... Which will be sold by auction, by Mess. Christie and Ansell, ... on Thursday, February 20, 1777, ...

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  • A catalogue of the genuine library of books, [electronic resource] : scarce old plays, and A valuable Collection of Music, of William Bates, Esq; deceased; Which, by Order of the Administratrix, will be sold by Auction, By Mess. Christie and Ansell, at his late Dwelling house, In St. Martin's Street, Leicester Fields, On Wednesday, August 19, 1778, and following Day, precisely at 12 O'Clock. To be viewed on Friday the 14th, and to the Time of Sale, Sunday excepted.

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  • A catalogue of all the genuine stock of excellent wines, [electronic resource] : consisting of About 400 Dozen of Oriental Madeira, near 200 Dozen of fine Old Red Port, Red and White Constantia, Old Arrack, &c. Also, Some Valuable Jewels, Two Gold Repeating Watches, Rich Snuff Boxes, a very Capital Single-Stone Brilliant Ring; A large Quantity of Table and Bed Linen, And other Effects, of Alexander Wynch, Esq; deceased, Which will be sold by auction, By Mess. Christie and Ansell, (by Order of the Executors) At their Great Room, next Cumberland-House, Pall-Mall, On Monday, November 5, 1781, and two following days. To be Viewed on Friday and Saturday preceding the Sale, which will begin each Day at Twelve O'Clock. Catalogues may be had as above, and at Garraway's Coffee House. N. B. The Wines to be tasted only on the Mornings (and at the Time) of Sale.

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  • A catalogue of the valuable and much esteemed museum of the late Rev. Dr. Friend, [electronic resource] : Dean of Canterbury; comprehending An Assortment of high finished Drawings, coloured from Nature, of Plants, Flowers and Insects, by Alexander Marshall; curious Carvings in Ivory, Gold Silver and Copper, Medals and Coins, sundry Portraits of eminent Personages, Impressions, Shells, Fossils, &c. To which, by permission, are added, The valuable effects of a gentleman, dec. Brought from his late Dwelling House at Weybridge, Surry; consisting of A small well-chosen Collection of Pictures, amongst which Are six sea pieces, by Serres; a large Picture of the Cornaro Family, after Titian; Three Curious Pictures on Marble; some remarkable large Brilliants of the First Water; an Elegant Boquet, composed of Pearls, Brilliants, Rubies and Emeralds; antique Intaglio and Cameo Rings, Plate, and other valuable and curious Articles: Also, A Pair of magnificent Pier Glasses of uncommon Magnitude, in burnished Gold Frames, each Plate 9 Feet 8 Inches high by 5 Feet 4 wide: Which will be sold by Auction, By Mess. Christie and J. Ansell, At their Great Room next Cumberland House, Pall Mall, On Friday, April 25, 1777, and following Day. To be viewed on Wednesday and Thursday preceding the Sale, which will begin each Day at Twelve O'Clock. Catalogues may be then had as above.

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  • A catalogue of the valuable collection of Italian, French, Flemish and Dutch pictures, [electronic resource] : late the property of Chase Price, Esq. dec. Recently purchased out of those well-known collections of the Prince de Conti, mons. de gagner, and de bousett, of Paris. Amongst which are the undoubted Works of the following much admired great Masters, viz. Primaticcio, Titian, P. Veronese, J. Tinyoret, J. Bassan, J. Bellino, A. Carracci, L. Carracci, Guido, Guerchino, Morillio, C. Cigniani, L. Giordano, C. Maratti, N. Poussin, G. Poussin, Castiglione, Zucarelli, Rubens, Van Dyck, Teniers, Gonzales, Breughel, P. Neefs, Both, Weenix, Ruysdael, Polenburgh, Moucheron, J. Stien. Also, by Permission, are added, some Capital Pictures of a Nobleman, deceased: which will be sold by auction, By Mess. Christie & Ansell, At their Great Room, next Cumberland House, Pall Mall, On Friday, February 13, 1778, and the following Day. To be publicly viewed on Wednesday the 11th, and to the Sale, which will begin each Day at Twelve O'Clock. Catalogues may be had as above.

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  • A catalogue of a select and rich cabinet of ancient gold and silver coins of Greek cities and Kings and imperial denarii in the highest preservation, [electronic resource] : Antique Gems, a Series of Lava from Mounts Vesuvius & Aetna, Study of Marbles, Collection of Casts from antique Gems, and a Variety of Natural Curiosities, Collected with great Taste and at a most liberal Expence, by A Person of Distinction gone Abroad; which will be sold by auction, By Mess. Christie and Ansell, At their Great Room next Cumberland House, Pall Mall, On Thursday the 25th of February, 1779. To be viewed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday preceding the Sale, which will begin at Twelve O'Clock. Catalogues may be then had.

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  • A catalogue of a valuable collection of pictures, [electronic resource] : of the most esteemed ancient and modern masters, the property of a nobleman, brought from his lordship's seat in Bedfordshire; amongst which Are a most capital whole Length Portrait of King Henry Viii, by Holbien; a Portrait of Lady Clanerassill, by Vandyke, in fine Preservation, &c. To which, by permission, are added, a capital and well-chosen Collection of pictures, consigned from abroad, Consisting of the Works of the following much admired Masters, viz. L. Da. Vinci, A. Carracci, Dominichino, Guido, Guercino, S. Faratto, Morillio, C. Maratti, Lucatelli, Holbien, Rubens, Vandyck, Gonzales, Van. Uden, Jordaens, Snyers, Wouverman, Berghem, Cuyp, Backhuysen, Ruysdael, J. Steen, Weenix, Van Goyen, Linglebach, Mr. Stubbs, Mr. Barrett. Also, by Permission, will be sold in the above Sale, on Saturday next, at two O'Clock, Five remarkable large and clear French Plates of Glass, of uncommon Magnitude and Perfection, The Property of a Nobleman; The Whole to be Sold by Auction, By Mess. Christie & Ansell, On Friday, January 23, 1778, and the following Day. To be publicly viewed on Wednesday the 21st, and to the Sale, which will begin each Day at Twelve O'Clock. Catalogues may be had.

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  • A particular and conditions of sale of a noble, valuable freehold estate, situate, lying and being in the counties of Cambridge and Suffolk, consisting of the manors of Horseheath, Carbonells, Limberries, Borsers Hall, Jacobs Goodridge, Barham, Eynell, West Wickham, Stretly Hall, and Yenold, together with the Rectory impropriate of West Wickham, capital Mansion, Park, Lawns, Gardens, &c. The estates of the Rt. Hon. Lord Montfort; also Several Messuages, Farms, Lands, Tenements, &c. containing near Five Thousand Acres of Arable, Meadow, Pasture and Wood Land; the Whole compact and within a Ring Fence, divided into several eligible Farms, let to good Tenants, at the several Rents (exclusive of the Mansion House) of 3050£. per Annum. Which will be sold by auction, In Seventeen Lots, by Mess. Christie and Ansell, At their Great Room next Cumberland House, Pall Mall, on Monday, June 2, 1777, at One O'Clock. N. B. Mr. Lagden at Abington, near Horseheath, will shew the Estate; and Plans of the Estate may be seen at Mess. Christie and Ansell's, Pall-Mall [electronic resource].

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  • The particulars of the estates late of Robert Scawen, Esq. deceased, at Reigate in Surrey; consisting of the great tithes of that extensive parish, a roomy house ... and several freehold and copyhold farms; which will be sold by auction, by Mess. Christie and Ansell, on Wednesday the 29th day of May, 1782, ... [electronic resource].

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  • A catalogue of the elegant sideboard and service of plate, superb and valuable jewels, ancient and modern coins and medals, fire arms, ... and other valuable effects, of Thomas Wyndham, Esq; dec. brought from his late residence at Hammersmith, ... which will be sold by auction, by Mess. Christie & Ansell, ... on Thursday, December 4, 1777, and the two following days. ... [electronic resource].

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  • A catalogue of a most capital and valuable collection of original drawings, curious bronzes, medals, ... of Henry Constantine Jennings, ... which will be sold by auction, by Mess. Christie and Ansell, ... on Wednesday, April the 15th, 1778. ... [electronic resource].

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  • A catalogue of the collection of drawings framed and glazed, [electronic resource] : prints, books of prints, Coins, Medals, Minerals, Fossils, Stained Glass, A large aviary, a curious Mathematical and Astronomical Clock, and various other Articles, the property of a gentleman gone Abroad; (amongst the Coins and Medals which will be sold on the First Day are some exceeding scarce and valuable) To which is added, The genuine Collection of an Artist, deceased, containing several Drawings in Water Colors by Mr. Barret, &c. And in the First Day's Sale (by Order of the Executors) A few valuable Jewels and Trinkets of a Lady deceased: which will be sold by auction, By Mess. Christie and Ansell, At their Great Room, next Cumberland House, Pall Mall, On Thursday, December 2, 1779, and Two following Days. To be viewed two Days preceding, and to the Sale, which will begin each Day at Twelve O'Clock.

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  • A catalogue of the valuable jewels, [electronic resource] : Trinkets, Watches, coins, Antique Rings, and other curious Articles, the property of A lady of Distinction deceased: which will be sold by auction, By Mess. Christie and Ansell, At their Great Room, next Cumberland House, Pall Mall, On Wednesday, February 24th, 1779, at One O'Clock. To be viewed on Monday and Tuesday preceding the Sale. Catalogues may be had at the Bank Coffee House and in Pall Mall.

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  • Particulars and conditions of sale of a valuable freehold estate, [electronic resource] : consisting of the manor of Hatley Saint George, The perpetual advowson of the Rectory, Of the Yearly Value of about 60-. Small Park, with Roomy Offices, and Kitchen Garden walled, (the Mansion recently pulled down) together with Sundry Eligible Farms, containing Near 900 Acres of Rich Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, The Whole compact (except one small Farm), let at old Rents, to responsible Tenants, amounting to Six Hundred and Fifty-Five Pounds Six Shillings; situate Within Four Miles of Poton, Four Miles of Caxton, Eight Miles of Biggleswade, and 13 Miles of Cambridge, In the County of Cambridge; And Fifty-Two Miles from London. Which will be sold by auction By Mess. Christie and Ansell, At their Great Room, next Cumberland House, Pall Mall, On Tuesday, December 9th, 1783, at one o'clock.

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