Catalogue of antique and modern furniture, grand Oriental carpets, silk rugs, a valuable Sèvres dinner service and numerous other objects suitable for household embellishment and utility removed from the residence of the late Surgeon-General W.A. Hammond ... and from the residence of Mrs. A.E. Martinsen ... to be sold at unrestricted public sale ... April 17th and 18th ... at the American art galleries ... conducted by Thomas E. Kirby, of the American art association, managers. by William Alexander Hammond

Cover of: Catalogue of antique and modern furniture, grand Oriental carpets, silk rugs, a valuable Sèvres dinner service and numerous other objects suitable for household embellishment and utility removed from the residence of the late Surgeon-General W.A. Hammond ... and from the residence of Mrs. A.E. Martinsen ... to be sold at unrestricted public sale ... April 17th and 18th ... at the American art galleries ... conducted by Thomas E. Kirby, of the American art association, managers. | William Alexander Hammond

Published in New York .

Written in English

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  • United States

Subjects:

  • Hammond, William Alexander, 1828-1900 -- Art collections -- United States -- Catalogs.,
  • Martinsen, A. E., Mrs. -- Art collections -- United States -- Catalogs.,
  • Art objects -- Private collections -- United States -- Catalogs.

Book details

Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK570 .H35 1902
The Physical Object
Pagination68 p.
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3911807M
LC Control Number81475029

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