The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare
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Hardcover. Fine. New York,n.d.[20th century]3 volume Mayfair Edition.limited to 50 copies bound in full red niger moroccan.doublures,gilt extra,thick 12 mo.near fine FINE BINDINGS.WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE.WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARES
Norwalk: Easton Press 1993. (Hardcover set) Fine. The complete set in gilt decorated burgundy leather. The spines have raised bands, all edges gilt, moire endpapers, ribbon page markers, and each volume illustrated by a different artist. This stunning set graces c40-inches of shelf space. (Sets, Drama, Sets).
SHAKESPEARE, William (Charles Knight - editor)
London: Charles Knight, n.d. (c.1890). THE PICTORIAL EDITION. 8 vols., 9-1/2" X 6-3/4", illustrated full page and in text, includes the doubtful plays and The Life of Shakespeare. Bound in 1/2 tan morocco, ribbed gilt decorated spines, all edges gilt, hinges fine.
N Y: George D. Sproul,. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1907-1909. Hardcover. Single color; 4to 11" - 13" tall; . Original blue cloth and gray paper-covered boards. Binding good - very good, some spines dampstained. Varied foxing to front and rear of volumes. Annotations and general introduction by Sidney Lee. Each volume has an engraved frontispiece. An authoritative compilation of Shakespeare's complete works. Difficult to assemble a complete set of 40. These weigh over 100lbs. Various ephemera laid in included a letter from the head of the Folger Shakespeare library, Adams. None located at auction [AE or ABPC], in the last 100 years although there are some odd volumes that have come under the hammer. Included are; 1. The comedy of errors --2. The two gentlemen of Verona --3. Love's labour's lost --4. The merchant of Venice --5. All's well that ends well --6. A midsummer night's dream --7. The taming of the shrew --8. The merry wives of Windsor --9. Much ado about nothing --10. As you like it --11. Twelfth Night; or, what you will --12. Measure for measure --13. Pericles, Prince of Tyre --14. Cymbeline --15. The winter's tale --16. The tempest --17-19. King Henry VI, pts. 1-3 --20. King Richard III --21. King Richard II --22. King John --23-24. King Henry IV, pts. 1-2 --25. King Henry V --26. King Henry VIII --27. Romeo and Juliet --28. Titus Andronicus --29. Julius Caesar --30. Hamlet --31. Troilus and Cressida --32. Othello --33. Macbeth --34. King Lear --35. Timon of Athens --36. Antony and Cleopatra --37. Coriolanus --38. Sonnets --39. Poems I --40. Poems II ; Index to proper names and songs ; Glossary. ; 125 .
Garden City: Doubleday Doran, 1936. First. hardcover. very good(+). The Cambridge Edition Text, as edited by William Aldis Wright. Illustrations by Rockwell Kent. Preface by Christopher Morley. 2 vols., large 4to, blue cloth, vellum labels. Garden City: Doubleday Doran, 1936. Limited Edition. One of 750 copies, signed by Kent.
\. (very good unless otherwise noted). Cambridge Edition Text as Edited by William Aldis Wright, Including the Temple Notes., Illustrated by ROCKWELL KENT. NY: Doubleday, 1936, 4to, 2vols., bound in the original buckram with skivers, bit of marginal foxing of a few leaves, one of 750 copies numbered and signed by Kent, uncut in somewhat worn slipcase
Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc, Garden City and New York, 1936. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Kent, Rockwell. Special Limited Edition, first issue in this format. Size: Folio. 2-volume set (complete). Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Deckled edges (rough cut). Top edge gilt - bright, rich condition. This is copy number 708 of a limited edition of 750 copies numbered and signed by the artist (Rockwell Kent). Blue cloth over boards with a blind stamped illustration on front covers, beveled edges, no dust jacket as issued, gilt lettered vellum spine labels, Notes, Glossary, Index to the Characters, Index of First Lines. One corner of spine label on the Volume I is slightly chipped, both volumes have a few light scratches on covers from sliding in and out of the slipcase. Slipcase is intact; however, it is very worn. Illustrated label on one side is in very good condition. Illustrator: Kent, Rockwell. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Theatre & Plays; Inventory No: 007582. . This a heavy set and will require extra shipping charges.
New York & London: Harper Brothers In 20 Volumes - Missing Volume 4 & 8. 18 of 20 volumes. With annotations and a general introduction by Sidney Lee. "The numbering of the lines follows that of the Cambridge edition, the text of which is used in this edition". 8vo. Handsome half morocco and blue cloth stamped in gilt on spine. Two raised bands on spine. Copyright 1906, 1907 and 1908. Index to proper names and songs and glossary in volume 20. A nice set. Top page edges in bright gilt. Foredges uncut. Blue marbled endpages. Each original frontispiece by a different artist with tissues. University Press. Ex college library with a bookplate and a few marks - lower inch of spine in black. No library label on spine. Several volumes have a little wear at edges and corners - volume 14 has a piece of leather missing at bottom corner of spine. Front leather hinge of vol. 19 repaired. Tight. Text in bright, clean condition. Leather in nice flexible condition. Very good condition. .
London: Allied Newspapers, Ltd., 1932. First Thus . Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 2" tall. According to Miniature Book News #3 March, 1966, this set was originally printed about the same time as th Ellen Terry edition (Bryce) edition and the engravings are identical with exception that this (Allied) edition is printed on regular paper rather than India and is, thus, twice as thick. However, they advise that the Terry set is the smallest ever printed, so this set is right there, but for the added thickness. Each book is 2" x 1.4", the flexible boards are covered in black leatherette and have decorative end papers. Each comes with a frontispiece and a brief explanation. All are lightly rubbed and one or two have the covering cloth lifting at a corners. The set comes with a glossary volume and is housed in a wooden box with a list of all the volumes. This box is lovely, but since the set originally came in a small wooden book case, was apparently added later. In any case it makes a great addition to this uniquely collectible set. Based on some advertisements, this set was printed around 1932.
Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc, 1936. Hardcover. Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition. Special signed limited edition, first issue in this format. 2-volume set (complete). Illustrator: Rockwell Kent. Full Title: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare:The Cambridge Edition Text, As Edited by William Aldis Wright Including the Temple Notes. 2 oversized blue cloth hardcover volumes with gilt top edge, beveled edges and rough cut foredge and bottom edge. limited edition of 750. Clean tight and unmarked. oversized and overweight Please email for photos.
Garden City Books, 1936. First THUS. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Kent, Rockwell. Garden City, NY: Garden City Books, 1936. First thus, Cambridge edition. Hardcover. 1527 pp. Very good, in a very good unclipped jacket. Book has light edge wear, including a small closed tear at the head of spine. Front pastedown and free endpaper are toned. Jacket is toned with sunning and faint, little damp stains to spine. Chipping and tearing to edges with a 1" open tear at head of spine. Illustrated by Rockwell Kent.
London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co.. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1880. Hardcover. B&W Illustrations; One hundred and eighty six photogravures and photo-engravings. Text Revised By The Rev. Alexander Dyce. Bound in 3/4 red-brown morocco leather. Printed on quality rag paper. 9.25" x 6.5" x [19" shelf length], about 32lbs. Unopened [pages retain original signature folds]. Ornately bound in gilt . Couple of professional hinge repairs. Contents firm, clean and fine. Bindings VG. They make a most handsome presentation on any shelf.  deluxe edition. ; 32 .
Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1936. Number 433 of a limited edition of 750 copies SIGNED AND NUMBERED BY ROCKWELL KENT in ink on the limitation page. Very good in dark blue boards with some light staining to the outside edges of the rear boards. Slight soiling to endpapers, otherwise interiors clean and tight. A very attractive set. . Signed by Illustrator. First Thus.
London: The Nonesuch Press, 1953. Four volumes. No marks or inscriptions. No creasing to covers or to spines. Four lovely clean very tight copies with bright unmarked marbled boards and no bumping to corners. Slipcase rubbed to some edges and light creasing to lower surface but not otherwise damaged. Total of 3993pp. William Shakespeare's Works set out as the text and order of the First Folio with Quarto Variants & a choice of modern readings noted marginally: to which are added Pericles and the First Quartos of six of the plays with three plays of doubtful authorship: also the Poems according to the Original Quartos and Octavos. Each volume is dedicated to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in her Coronation Year. This is a heavy set.. Hard Cover. Fine. 9 x 5.75 x 5.5 Inches.
Wordsworth Editions Ltd. Hardcover. Good. Good condition, used. Ships with Tracking Number. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. d
BiblioLife, 2009-02-11. Hardcover. Used:Good. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available.
Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, 1970-02-27. New impression. Hardcover. Used:Good. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available.
Oxford University Press,, 1952. Later printing. Hardcover. Very Good. Small 8vo, 1164 pages + glossary, maroon polished calf, raised bands, gilt titles, gift inscription inside., minor dampstain to lower top cover.
This, "The original-spelling edition of the Complete Oxford Shakespeare offers a fully edited text using the spelling and punctuation of whichever early edition seems closest to Shakespeare's manuscript. Stage directions are more conservatively reproduced than in the modern-spelling edition. Emendations use the spelling conventions of the original text or, when it can be conjectured, of the manuscriipt underlying it." Includes an "Essay on Shakespeare's Spelling and Punctuation," by Vivian Salmon. Illustrated with facsimiles, portraits, reproductions.
Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, London., 1955. First edition thus: illustrated with photographs of modern stage productions. Octavo. pp viii, 1164. Preface by W.J. Craig. Printed double-column on India paper. Original binding of blue polished morocco with gilt rules, all edges gilt.Fine in fine slipcase.
03/1984. Edition: 4. softcover. mit Mängeln, z.B. verschmutzt, abgegriffen, Kanten abgestoßen o.a.. 6964