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Peter Coxe, Burrell, and Foster (London, England)

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    • Coxe, Burrell, and Foster (London, England)
    • Messrs. Peter Coxe, Burrell and Foster
    • Coxe, Burrell & Foster (London, England)
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        • Affiliation Address: 88 Pall Mall , London
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        • City: London
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        London, England
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    • found: Its The catalogue of a chosen selection of valuable paintings, 1797:title page (sold at auction by Peter Coxe, Burrell, and Foster)
    • found: The catalogue of all that well-known valuable collection of capital paintings, the property of the late most noble the Marquis of Lansdowne, which have long been considered as one of the great ornaments of Lansdowne House, 1806 :title page (Peter Coxe, Burrell and Foster; Messrs. Peter Coxe, Burrell and Foster, 88 Pall Mall)
    • found: Former SCIPIO authority files(access point: Peter Coxe, Burrell and Foster, London; years of operation: 1797-March 1806. This firm was second only to Christie's in London in the number of sales held during this period. They did not have galleries of their own, however, and usually used the sales rooms of Mr. Bryan or Mr. Squibb. Partnership appears to have broken up in early 1806, at which time Peter Coxe continued on his own. access point: Peter Coxe, London; Peter Coxe, formerly of "Peter Coxe, Burrell and Foster" (1797-March 1806), held sales on his own until March 1813, at which time he apparently joined forces with unnamed others to form "Peter Coxe & Co.," April 1813-1815)
    • found: Grove art online, viewed April 15, 2013(Coxe, Peter, born 1752 or 1753; died 22 Jan 1844; English auctioneer; in 1794 formed the auctioneering company Coxe, Burrell & Foster, one of a number of new firms that opened in London in the wake of the French Revolution, dealing in works of art from the collections of displaced European nobility)
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