[ Printed item. ] A Catalogue of a Very Choice & Valuable Collection of Books and Books of Prints, [...] Selected from the Libraries of the Rev. Dr. Goodenough and Dr. Wordsworth, and the choicest and best portions of the stock of the late John Bohn.
64pp., 12mo. Stabbed and unbound. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn. The main catalogue covers the first 52pp., and is followed by a 'Splendid Collection of Books at Very Reduced Prices, the Entire Property of M. A. Nattali'. Scarce: no copy of the present catalogue on COPAC. Volume 14 of Karslake's 'Book-Auction Records' states that Nattali 'belonged to a family which still exists near Milan, and of which a member settled in England in the latter part of the 18th century'. He 'entered the publishing house of Longman's and started on his own account in or before the year 1824, as a publisher and bookseller, first in Tavistock-street and afterwards in Bedford-street, Covent-garden. He built up an excellent business in a few years, but died in the prime of life on August 19, 1848 [sic]'. Dated to October 1846 in pencil in a modern hand at head of first page.