15 September 2011
HOBSON, R. Catalogue of Chinese Pottery and Porcelain in the Collection of Sir Percival David. London: The Stourton Press, 1934.
2o. 180 plates, most in color. Original blue Chinese silk, green folding case (some staining to upper cover; folding case rubbed with writing in marker and staining).
LIMITED EDITION number 288 of 650 copies SIGNED BY PERCIVAL DAVID AND R. L. HOBSON. Signature dated 11 June 1955.
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