Our recent auction, The James Fenning Sale of Antiquarian Books, proved a great success nationally and internationally with interested parties bidding from all of the world both in the room and online
The prices realised are now available online at http://www.whytes.ie
We are now accepting offers on unsold lots
We have enjoyed an exceptionally busy first day of viewing for The James Fenning Sale of Antiquarian Books. Viewing continues both tomorrow and Friday, 10am to 6pm.
Viewing of The James Fenning Sale of Antiquarian Books opens tomorrow, Wednesday 17th October, here at our Molesworth Gallery at 10am.
The James Fenning Sale of Antiquarian Books
19 & 20 October 2012
19 October: Lots 1-504 – 6pm (Internet and Absentee bidding only)
20 October Lots 505-1423 – 11am
…VIEWING: 17-19 October 10am-6pm at our galleries
Whyte’s are proud to offer an impressive international stock, of over 4,000 volumes, assembled by one of Ireland’s most well known and respected antiquarian book dealers during a career spanning over fifty years.
Comprised mainly of publications from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century, this remarkable stock is mostly in very good to fine condition. Highlights include rare first editions by Jonathan Swift, Oliver Goldsmith, Jane Austen, and many others. There are many scarce 18th century Dublin and other Irish printings of English books, good ranges of 17th and 18th century political, theological and literary interest, as well as many scarce and interesting travel books of the 19th century.
Catalogues are now available in our gallery at 38 Molesworth Street (price €15) and on our website http://www.whytes.ie/ (PDF version).
The prices realised from our Irish and British Art Auction held on Monday 1st October are now available online at http://www.whytes.ie
We are currently accepting entries for our forthcoming Important Irish Art Auction which will be held in the RDS on Monday 26 November. Entries close 12 October
Please contact Sarah Gates or Adelle Hughes for further information, free valuations and advice on selling