This copy of THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. [CT IN 40 LARGE VOLS] offered for sale by poor mans books for $1,171.10
Available copies: The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare By Shakespeare, William
SHAKESPEARE WILLIAMHardcover. 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
- Condition: Fine
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Shakespeare, WilliamNorwalk: 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).
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Shakespeare, WilliamNorwalk, CT: Easton Press, 1993. Special Limited Edition. Quartos; VG/No jackets as issued; Red leather bound with gilt titles and designs along the spine as well as front and rear; Minimal wear to edges or corners; All edges gilt; Silk Moire end papers; Sewn in silk book mark; Text blocks are pristine; Includes unmarked, unattached Easton Press bookplates; 39 Volumes. Rockville.
- Published: 1993
- Edition: Special Limited Edition
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Shakespeare, WilliamN 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 .
- Published: 1907-1909
- Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket
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SHAKESPEARE, WilliamGarden 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.
- Published: 1936
- Condition: very good(+)
- Edition: First
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SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM\. (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
- Condition: (very good unless otherwise noted)
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William ShakespeareLondon: 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 eEllen 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.
- Published: 1932
- Condition: Very Good
- Edition: First Thus
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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare:The Cambridge Edition Text, As Edited by William Aldis Wright Including the Temple Notes [2 Volume Set]
Shakespeare, WilliamDoubleday, 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.
- Published: 1936
- Condition: Very Good Condition
- Edition: First Edition
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SHAKESPEARE, WilliamOxford: The Clarendon Press,, [1910s]. Edited, with a Glossary, by W. J. Craig. M.A. Octavo (194 × 133 mm). Contemporary quarter vellum, red cloth, red morocco title label lettered in gilt, floral gilt patterning to spine, boards single ruled, top edge gilt. Monochrome frontispiece with tissue guards. An excellent copy. A beautifully bound copy of Shakespeare's plays and poems.
- Published: [1910s]
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Shakespeare, William; Edited by Rev. Alexander DyceLondon: Swan Sonnenschein & Co, 1880. The Stratford-on-Avon Edition. Leather bound. Quarto [24 cm] 3/4 brown leather with marbled paper over boards and gilt tooled spines in 6 compartments. Top edges gilt; other edges deckled. Marbled endpapers. Red printed tissue guards. Rubbed at the extremities. Several of the backstrips have closed tears at the head, the longest tear measuring just under 2 inches long. The pages have intermittent foxing, and they occasionally uncut. There is a small damp stain on the bottom fore edge corner of the illustration at p. 238 of volume 5. Roughly a dozen pages in volume 7 have markings in pencil. Volume 8 is missing the plate at p. 381. The text blocks of volumes 1,3, 7, and 10 are cracked at the beginning. Edited by the Rev. Alexander Dyce who has revised the text and written a life of the poet, introductions to each drama and explanatory notes, together with a full and complete Glossary. Illustrated with one hundred and eighty-six full page photo-gravures and photo-engravings from ideal paintings by eminent masters and reproductions of famous impersonations of Shakespearean characters. A careful reprint of the Third Edition. A set with charming illustrations, at times ethereal and romantic, some with actors portraying characters such as Mr. F. R. Benson as "Theseus," Miss Terry as "Portia," Mrs. Langtry as "Rosalind," Mr. Richard Mansfield as "Richard III," Mme. Sarah Bernhardt as "Hamlet," and Miss Maude Adams as "Juliet," among others.
- Published: 1880
- Edition: The Stratford-on-Avon Edition
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William ShakespeareDoubleday, Doran & Company, Inc, 1936. Hardcover. Collectible: Very Good/None as Issued. 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.
- Published: 1936
- Condition: Collectible: Very Good
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The complete works of William Shakespeare - 40 volumes set (complete) - with annotations and a general introduction by Sidney Lee
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616New York: George D. Sproul. 1907. Hardcover. Very good condition. Two of the spine labels partly damaged. Previous owner has name stamped on front endpapers. ; Rare quarto 40 volumes set. Green spine cloth over boards; white paper spine labels. Frontispiece each volume, tissue-guarded; other page decorations. Renaissance edition.; 4to; "The Cambridge text and the Globe glossary are used in this edition through the courtesy of the Messrs. Macmillan." The University Press Shakespeare. .
- Published: 1907
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William ShakespeareLittlehampton Book Services Ltd. New impression. Hardcover. New. Buy with confidence. Excellent Customer Service & Return policy. Ships Fast. Expedite Shipping Available.
- Condition: New
- Edition: New impression
- ISBN: 9780600006046
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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. [The New Nonesuch Shakespeare]. The Text and Order of the First Folio with Quarto Variants and a Choice of Modern Readings noted marginally
SHAKESPEARE, WilliamLondon: Nonesuch Press, 1953. First. hardcover. very good(+). Reynolds Stone. The Notes on the Text by Herbert Farjeon and a New Introduction by Ivor Brown. Rubricated title pages with ignette illustration by Reynolds Stone along with head-and tail-pieces. 4 volumes. 1080, 1197, 1471, 247 pages printed on thin paper. 8vo, decorative marbled cloth with gilt-lettered brown spines .London: Nonesuch Press & New York: Random House, (1953). First Edition thus. A very good(+) clean set. The New Nonesuch Shakespeare was published to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Volume I: Comedies. Volume II: Histories and Troylus and Cressida. Volume III: Tragedies and Pericles. With three Plays of doubtful Authorship namely Two Noble Kinsmen, Edward III, Sir Thomas Moore. Volume IV: Poems. Venus and Adonis, The Rape of Lucrece, The Sonnets, A Lovers Complaint, the Passionate Pilgrime, Sonnets to Sundry Notes of Musicke, The Phoenix and the Turtle.
- Published: 1953
- Condition: very good(+)
- Edition: First
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SHAKESPEARE, WilliamBickers, London., 1929. Reprint. Octavo. pp lx, 1312. Frontispiece. Double-column text. Original publishers' school prize binding of full dark green calf with raised bands, gilt decoration and rules, marbled edges and endpapers. School device in gilt on front and label on front pastedown.Spine slightly faded. Very good indeed.
- Published: 1929
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William Shakespeare, preface by Israel GollanczPhiladelphia: David McKay, c. 1900. Hardcover. Good +. 4 1/4 x 6 1/4 in. Ten volume set, complete. Half light brown calf with marbled paper boards. 5 raised bands on spine with gilt lettering and decoration, two leather labels. Gilt upper text block. Tissue-protected B&W engraved frontis. Condition is GOOD+ ; vols 1 and 10 have front covers detached. Wear to corners and edges, some scuffing and light wear to spine but generally a very good, attractve set. Text very good. Drama RGR
- Published: c. 1900
- Condition: Good +
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Seeßlen, Georg & Weil, Claudius09/1980. Edition: 1. softcover. fast ohne Mängel, höchstens einmal gelesen. 7379
- Published: 09/1980
- Condition: fast ohne Mängel, höchstens einmal gelesen
- Edition: Edition: 1.
- ISBN: 9783499173790
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Shakespeare, WilliamLondon; (1963): Oxford University Press 1164, (2)pp., printed on India paper, handsomely bound in dark blue morocco, boards ruled in gilt, slightly raised bands with compartments decorated in gilt, all edges gilt, ribbon marker. A very nice copy.. Octavo.
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Shakespeare, William. Edited with a Glossary by W.J. CraigLondon: Humphrey Milford OUP. 3/4 red-brown calf, marbled endpapers, very good tight condition. 1919. Prize bookplate, slight fade to spine .
- Published: 1919
- Condition: 3/4 red-brown calf, marbled endpapers, very good tight condition
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The complete works of William Shakespeare with explanatory historical notes by the most eminent commentators Volume 2
William ShakespeareRareBooksClub.com. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 748 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 1.5in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1838 edition. Excerpt: . . . men Walk under his huge legs, and peep about To find ourselves dishonourable graves. Men at some time are masters of their fates: The fault, dear Brutus, is not in trar Blare, -- But in ourselves, that we are underlings. Brutus, and Caesar: What should be in that Caesar1 Why should that name be sounded more than yours Write them together, yours is as fair a name; Sound them, it doth become the mouth as well; Weigh them, it is as heavy; conjure with them Brutus will start a spirit as soon as Caesar. (Shout) Now in the names of all the gods at once, Upon what meat doth this our Caesar feed, That he is grown so great Age, thou art shamd: Home, thou hast lost the breed of noble bloods! When went there by an age, since the great flood, But it was famd with more than with one man When could they say, till now, that talkd of Uomr That her wide walks eucompassd but one man A Now is it Rome indeed, and room enough, When there is in it but one only man. I O! yiu and I have heard our lathers say, . There was a Brutus once, that would have brookd The eternal devil to keep his state in Rome, As easily as a king. Bru. That you do love me, I am nothing jealous; What you would work me to, I have some aim: How 1 have thought of this, and of these times, I shall recount hereafter; for this present, I would not, so with love 1 might entreat you, Be any further movd. What you have said, I will consider; what you have to say, I will with patience hear: and find a time Both meet to hear, and answer, such high things. Till then, my noble friend, chew upon this; Brutus had rather be a villager, Than to repute himself a son of Rome Under these hard conditions as this time Is like to lay upon us. Cas. I am glad, that my weak words Have struck but thus much. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN.
- Condition: New
- ISBN: 9781236640635
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