Artists' materials -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The library of Mr. John Dunstan : late of London: consisting of divinity, history, architecture, perspective; also his curious collection of prints, by the best antient and modern masters, with his mathematical instruments in brass and wood, his graving and etching tools. Will be sold by auction at Tom's Coffee-house adjoyning Ludgate: on Thursday the 7th of this instant September, 1693. at three in the afternoon exactly. By John Bullord. Catalogues may be had gratis, at Mr. Partridges at Charing-Cross, at Mr. Hargraves at the Kings Head in Holbourn booksellers; at Batsons Coffee-house near the Royal Exchange, and at the place of sale. Conditions of sale. 1. He that bids most is the buyer, &c. 2. All the books in the catalogue, not otherwise exprest (for ought we know, are perfect; ... 3. That every buyer give in his name and place of abode, paying also 5s. in the pound, in part, if demanded, and be obliged to take them away within 3 days after the sale in ended.
Artists' materials -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : The Method of learning to draw in perspective made easy and fully explained. : As also, the art of painting upon glass, and drawing in crayons, with receipts for making them after the French and Italian manner. Likewise. A new and curious method of Japaning, either upon glass, wood, or any metal, so as to imitate China; and to make black or gilt Japan-ware, as beautiful and light as any brought from the East-Indies; with proper directions for making the hardest and most transparent varnishes. And particularly the way to cast Amber in any shape. Chiefly from the Mss. of the Great Mr. Boyle.