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A catalogue of all the genuine houshold furniture, &c. : Of His Grace James Duke of Chandos, deceas'd, at his late seat call'd Cannons, near Edgware, in Middlesex, consisting of rich gold and silver tissue, brocade, velvet, damask, Chintz, and other beautiful Furniture, in Beds, Hangings, Window Curtains, Chairs and Settees. An exceeding fine Set of Tapestry, made at the Gobelins; Glasses of all Sorts, in the most magnificent Taste; several rare Pieces of Japan, in Cabinets, Chests, Screens, &c. Tables of Oriental Jasper, fine Italian Marble, &c. Gold, Needle-Work, and Persia Carpets. Great Variety of curious Walnut tree inlaid Book-Cases, with Looking-Glass Doors. A most matchless Piece of carving, in Alto-Relievo, of the Stoning of St. Stephen; by the late famous Mr. Gibbons. A Collection of Mathematical Instruments. A fine Set of Cartoons, by Raphael Urbin; and Academy Figures by Michael Angelo. Two large and exquisite fine Battle-Pieces, by Wyck. An exceeding fine ton'd Organ. Two Marble Figures bigger than the Life, cut at Rome, of the late Queen Anne, and the Duke of Marlborough. A large Billiard Table, and other valuable Effects. Which will be sold by auction, by Mr. Cock, on Monday the 1st of June, 1747, and the ten following Days, at Cannons above-mention'd. The Furniture, &c. may be view'd on Wednesday the 27th, and every Day after (sunday excepted) to the Hour of Sale, (which will begin each Day at half an Hour after Eleven precisely) by all Persons who shall produce a Catalogue of the said Furniture. Catalogues may be had at Grigsby's Coffee-House, behind the Royal Exchange; at the White Hart, in Watford; the Three Pigeons, in Brentford; at either of the Lodges leading up to Cannons, from Stanmore, or Edgware; and at Mr. Cock's, in the Great-Piazza, Covent-Garden; For Cannons Gratis.
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  • Cock, Mr. (Christopher), active 1720-1749.
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[London : s.n., 1747]
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