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Catalogi redivivi ;, vol. Catalogi redivivi ;, 1. Classifications. MLCS 88/04955 (Z). The Physical Object. 9, 51 p. : Number of pages. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.
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Auction catalogues are entered into the online library catalogue, Mercury, as they arrive. The library keeps print indexes, including Art Price Index, Art Sales Index, and Mayer’s International Auction Records in the reference room, along with Gordon’s Print Price Annual and Lawrence’s Dealer Print Prices for sales of prints. Sotheby’s and Christie’s maintain their own historical databases on the web. For information on disposition of works of art lost during World War II, the library’s image collections and Gallery Archives offer guides and finding aids.
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