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- - E - - Etchings. S.I. 132. The Portfolio - 1878. (in 21 volumes) "The Billingsgate" etching by Whistler and article by Hammerton. S.I. 141. The Portfolio - 1887. (in 21 volumes) Article- "Mr. Wedmore's Catalogue of Mr. Whistler's etchings." By Philip G. Hammerton. S.I. 172. The International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers. Exhibited in 1899. S.I. 234. The Print Collectors by J. Maberly. S.I. 493. Masterpieces of Etching by Whistler and Haden. Prints by Durer, Rembrandt and other Masters. Catalogue of three small private collections. Sold at The American Art Galleries, New York, April 11th, 1917. Paper-covered copy. S. I. 494. Etchings and Dry Points - The Collection of J.S. Dutcher of Ellenville, New York. Sold at American Art Galleries, New York, Feb. 14, 1911. Priced catalogue, illustrated. S.I. 495. Art Property of the late Otto H. Bacher. Sold at Anderson Auction Co., New York, May 2, 1910. Priced catalogue, illustrated. S.I. 497. Etchings and Lithographs by James McNeill Whistler. Exhibited at The Art Institute of Chicago 1907. (Pencil notations by Mr. Freer.) Paper-covered catalogue. S.I. 499. Etchings and Dry-points by James Abbott McNeill Whistler, with prefatory note by Howard Mansfield. Exhibited at the Bostom Museum of Fine Arts, 1910. S.I. 500/501. Etchings, Dry-points and Lithographs -- Oil Paintings, Water Colors, Pastels and Drawings. Memorial Exhibition of the Works of Mr. J. McNeill Whistler, held at the Copley Society of Boston, February, 1904. (In two volumes.) 9 copies of each volumes - all paper-covered. (1 set with pencil notations by Mr. Freer.)
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