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Publisher: London & New York, the London Printing & Publishing Co., Ltd., N.D.
Inv. # P-070120A. 3 volumes bound in full leather, designed to look like 3/4 leather. Gold-stamped portrait of Shakespeare on front board. Marbled endpapers and edges. "Revised from the original editions" with "a Memoir, and an essay on his genius, by Barry Cornwall." "Illustrated with engravings on wood from designs by Kenny Meadows; and numerous steel plates, portraits of eminent actors, etc., etc." The three volumes are arranged by subject,... View more info
Publisher: London & New York, the London Printing & Publishing Co., Ltd.,
Edition: First Edition
Inv. # 070120B. Full light brown leather designed to appear 3/4 with large gold-stamped portrait of Shakespeare on front boards. All edges gilt. The work "compris[es] the principal female characters in the plays of the great poet. Engraved in the highest style of art, from drawings by eminent artists. With letterpress extracts from the text, in English and French; and critical essays on each of the characters." The book is close in looks to Inventory # P-070... View more info
Publisher: New York, Walter J. Black, Inc., N.D.
Edition: First Edition
Inv. # W-011. Full tan tree calf with gold leaf around edges of boards, gold decoration on spine. Includes "Venus and Adonis," "The Rape of Lucrece", the Sonnets, and "A Lover's Complaint" along with poems from the plays. ; 8vo View more info
Publisher: London & NY, The International Bibliophile Society, 1916
Edition: Limited/Numbered Edition
#1408B. 12 volumes. 3/4 blue leather over blue marbled boards; blue marbled endpapers. Spines uniformly faded to brown. Edition de Luxe. Number 345 of 1000 numbered and registered copies. "The Poet's works in chronological order from the text of Professor Delius including "The Two Noble Kinsmen" and "Edward III" With an introduction by F.J. Furnivall, LL.D." Also includes the Sonnets and the long poems "Venus and Adonis" and "The Rape of Lucrece." Illustrated wi... View more info
Publisher: London, 1869
Inv. # 452H. Full maroon leather binding with marbled endpapers and gold-stamped decoration to boards and spine. Signed binding by Ramage, London. A.E.G. Edited by Charles and Mery Cowden Clarke. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 1003 pages View more info