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[DANIEL, George]. Catalogue of the most valuable, interesting and highly important library of the late george daniel, esq. of canonbury...Which will be sold at auction, by messrs. sotheby, wilkinson & hodge...On wednesday, the 20th of july, 1864, and Nine following Days...

[London]. J. Davy & Sons, [1864].
8vo. v, [1], 222pp. Contemporary navy morocco-backed marbled paper boards, contrasting red and black calf lettering-pieces. Rubbed, spine sunned, corners exposed. Scattered spotting. Priced throughout in manuscript, entries occasionally accompanied by the name of the purchaser.
The auction catalogue, priced in a contemporary uniform hand, of the ten-day sale, commencing 20th July, 1864, of the extensive library of satirical and miscellaneous writer George Daniel (1789-1864).

In all the sale realised (with the prints, pictures, and porcelain) a total of £15,865, of which the books accounted for over £14,000. The sixth day, allocated to his editions of Shakespeare, commanded great interest. Daniel's First Folio (purchased by him for £100) sold to the Baroness Burdett-Coutts for £716 2s.
£ 625.00 Antiquates Ref: 22644