JSTOR digitizes auction catalogs

JSTOR, in collaboration with the Frick Collection and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, offers a beta website to search auction catalogs from these two institutions. The pilot project digitizes and transcribes select pages from a set of American and British auction catalogs dating from the 18th-early 20th century.  Users are encouraged to offer feedback, including via an extensive Help Section with interactive features that allow users to edit entries (recent edits and their status are listed along the right side of the welcome page).

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