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Antiquarian Book Auction Preview

STUBBE, Henry - The Indian Nectar, or A Discourse Concerning Chocolata (BK26/330) offered in our Books, Maps and Prints Auction starting on 24th May 2022 entirely online.

Roger Collicott provides a comprehensive preview of the Antiquarian Book Auction that will be held entirely online on 24th May 2022. The sale includes the second tranche of books from the Coleridge Library at Chanter as well as many other books and maps.

The rare set of volumes by Richard Hakluyt sold for £365,000 (BK25/565). Two Volume set of books sells for £365,000 in Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood's Antiquarian Book Auction, Exeter, Devon.
A rectangular Georg Jensen brooch (design number 251) depeciting a pair of dolphins
        designed by Arno Malinowski. Georg Jensen jewellery often crops up in 20th Century and Contemporary Jewellery auctions with pieces by such designers as Arno Malinowski, Bent Gabrielsen, Henning Koppel and Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hube frequently being seen.
Kenidjack (SS04/36) - oil on canvas, sold for £2,200. Daniel Goddard writes about Michael Snow (1930-2012), an artist born in Manchester, who moved to St Ives in the 1950s.

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