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The Catalogue: containing some remarkable books, antiquities, pictures, and rarities of several kinds.

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The Catalogue of Dispersed Objects

The Catalogue is a register of artefacts — remarkable books, antiquities, pictures and rarities of several kinds — that have been lost or destroyed, or are otherwise now "scarce or never seen by any man now living".

The first item listed in the Catalogue is Daedalus and Icarus, an oil painting by Mary Beale (1633-1699).

In 2007, The Trust appointed the first Clerk & Custodian of the Catalogue.

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Selected items:

  1. Daedalus and Icarus
  2. The Green Book
  3. St Martin's Day Cup
  4. Statue of Sir Thomas Fleming
  5. Exact Diaries of Diseases
  6. Series of twenty heraldic painted glass lights
  7. Two volumes of letters of eminent men to Dr Thomas Willis
  8. Bust of Charles II, of heroic size