Phillipps, Bibliotheca Phillippica, New Series, 1968=1972
300 to - 500 GBP
From the Library of Christian Heuer
PHILLIPPS, SIR THOMAS
Bibliotheca Phillippica. Catalogue of the Celebrated Collection of Manuscripts formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bt....New Series: First (Second) (Third) (Fourth) Part... Sotheby & Co., 28 June 1965 - 25 June 1968; Bibliotheca Phillippica...New Series: Fifth Part. New York: Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc, 28 October - 29 October 1969; Bibliotheca Phillippica...New Series: Sixth (Seventh) Part...15 June 1970 - 15 June 1971; Bibliotheca Phillippica. Catalogue of Italian and Greek Manuscripts and English Charters... Sotheby & Co., 4 July 1972
4to, 8 parts in 2 volumes, rebound in three quarter tan morocco gilt, some original catalogue covers bound in
All 1905 lots of the first eight parts of the new series of Phillipps sales sold by the Trustees of the Robinson Trust at Sotheby's London and Parke-Bernet in New York between June 1965 and July 1972.
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