Field & Tuer: London & Scribner & Welford: NY nd (1888?). Illus by Edwin John Ellis & Joseph Anderson, 7.5 x 6", wraps, 56pp, minor edge wear else vg. Music by Andrew Levey. INSCRIBED & SIGNED BY MARY ANDERSON: "To My Dearest Antonio, with much love." Obviously to her husband...
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The Nonesuch Press: London, 1953. 4 vols. 8.5 x 5.5", brown cloth-backed marbled boards, minor wear, hinges a bit loose else a nice decorative binding set.
Baudry: Paris, 1850. Frontis portrait, 9.5 x 6", half leather; marbled boars, 828pp in double collumns, covers worn, extremities frayning, spine ends badly chipped, hinges loose, contents heavily foxed, bookplate of the Comte Joseph Lagondie, but stll a decent decorative binding.
Caxton Press by H. Fisher: London, 1830. Hardcover. Engraved frontis, 8.75 x 6.5", gilt-ruled leather; aeg, 908pp in double columns, covers a bit darkened, extremities a bit worn, bookplate of former owner (Barbavilla House: West Meath 1837), ink name of "H.B. Smythe xmas 1830" on front fly with signature on...
George Routledge and Sons: London 1866. Illus including engraved portrait & engraved title page, 9.5 x 6.5", half leather; marbled boards.
The Easton Press: Norwalk, CT, 1980. 3 vols. Each 9.5 x 6", gilt-dec brown leather; aeg, bookplates in each volume else a nice, clean, tight set of the plays of Shakespeare.
The Macmillan Co.: NY, 1922. Hardcover. Illus., 5.75 x 4.25", gilt-dec and gilt-lettered limp red leather; teg, some wear to the spine ends else a nice, little leather decorative binding, with the original (worn) dustjacket.
Blackie & Son: London, 1906. Hardcover. 6.25 x 3.5", dec red cloth, 119pp, covers a little rubbed, some edge wear else a nice little decorative cloth binding, art-deco design. "The Red Letter Shakespeare."
Oxford Univ. Press: (Oxford 1989). Photos, 7.5 x 5", pict wraps, 242 w/index, a bit worn else vg. Cheap, paperback copy, but SIGNED BY MEMBERS OF THE ROAYL SHAKESPEAR COMPANY PRODUCTION FROM 2003: JAMES P'DONNELL, CLAIRE CARRIE, CHUK IWUJI, DAVID KILLICK, KIERON JECCHINIS, CIARAN McINTYRE, LUCY TREGEAR, MICHAEL GARDINER AND KATE BEST.
W.W. Norton: NY, 1996. Hardcover. 14 x 9.5", leatherette backed pict boards, 928pp, ink name on front fly else a nice, clean copy in a slipcase with one corner bumped.
Harper & Bros.: NY, 1933. Hardcover. 8 x 5.5", patterned boards with title spine label, 149pp with Glossary, covers worn and yellowed, eps toned, sentimental ink inscription from former owner on front fly else a nice copy of this SCARCE edition. First Edition Thus. "Set up by hand in Weiss...
Burgess & Bowes: London, nd. 3.25 x 2.25", brown vinyl, 250pp, covers a little rubbed, spine dull else a nice little decorative miniature binding.
Phillips, Sampson and Co.: Boston, 1853. Hardcover. 10 x 6.5", gilt-lettered full embossed brown leather; aeg, 1027pp with Glossary, covers with some extremity wear, ink presentation inscription to an A.J. Billings "...Presented by the young ladies in his school..." with a handwritten invitation affixed to front end paper inviting Billings...
W.W. Norton: NY, (1968). Facsimile pp, 14 x 9.75", blue cloth, 928pp, covers a little rubbed and dusty, extremities bumped and fraying, hinges loose, with ink name of former owner inside front cover, else a decent copy in a worn, soiled, edge-torn and edge-chipped dustjacket.
Houghton Mifflin: Boston, 1923. 3 vols. Frontis, 8.5 x 5.5", 3/4 leather; blue cloth; teg, extremities a little worn, spine sunned to a warm medium brown; a nice decorative binding set.
1967 facsimile reprint of the John Howell edition. Illus, 8.5 x 5.5", spiral bound wraps, 196+pp, ok.
W. Ken & Co: London, 1874. 10 x 7", half red morocco; cloth, 860pp in triple columns, covers unevenly sunned, extremities worn, hinges loose, spine a little dull, EX-LIBRARY with usual internal markings (none exernal) else a decent if plain decorative binding.
N.P. n.d. (circa early 1950's). Illus, 12x9", pict wraps, (16)pp, covers a bit soiled. Starred Katherine Cornell and Godfrey Tearle.
NY 1951. Illus by Fritz Kredel, 13x9", cloth, 1?7pp. The Arden Text, Edited with an introduction by Herbert Arthur Evans, with a Preatory Note by Mark Van Doren. Based on the film version of the play created by Sir Laurence Olivier.
Doubleday, Page & Co. n.d. (1908?). 9.5x7", cloth w/pict label, 134pp, ink inscription, bookplate, covers well worn, topof spine cello-taped, loose copy with all plates but some edges frayed. WITH 16 FULL PAGE COLOR PLATES BY ARTHUR RACKHAM.
Methuen & Co, Ltd.: London, 1910. Illustr of Shakespeare, 14.5 x 9.5, light blue boards, cream linen spine cover, printed paper spine label, various pagination. Covers well worn, heavily spotted, couple of small dents on back cover, corners bumped, creased and worn, light staining, scratches, extremities worn, spine darkened, label...
Knickerbocker Leather and Novelty Co: NY, nd. 24 volumes, 3 x 2, gilt lettered limp leather, minor wear else a nice set in well worn half box.
NY 1940. 13x9", cloth backed dec. boards, as is; spines spotted. Edited by Herbert Farjeon, designed by Bruce Rogers, printed by A. Colish. Illustrated by various artists. LIMITED TO 1950 SETS.
Cambridge 1967. Illus by Agnes Miller Parker, 11x6.75", lea. backed cloth, 298pp. With an introduction by Peter Alexander. SIGNED BY PARKER.
Barse and Hopkins: NY, nd (c 1910). 7 x 4.5, wrappers, unpag, decorative printed pages with bon mots for friends, ribbon tied textured brown wrappers, frontispiece portrait of Mark Twain, moderate soiling or darkening to wrappers else vg. FIRST ED.