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The Merchant of Venice - The Players' Shakespeare

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Product description

Large format with grey boards, quarter bound with grey cloth spine; black title on the spine. Thw boards and spine show considerable water-marking and the corners are worn. The water-marking extends to the top of the front and rear endpapers. The first free endpaper has a gift inscription and a list of signatures from the donors. The first and last free endpapers are lightly tanned. The binding is sound and the text block is clean and unmarked. This is number 282 of a limited edition of 450 for sale and 50 not for sale, printed on pure rag paper. Illustrated by Thomas Lowinsky with 5 colour plates plus drawings in the text. The Players' Shakespeare is an edition printed from the First Folio of 1623. Extensive introduction by Harley Granville-Barker.

Item details

Added value:
Limited edition
Author(s):
Shakespeare, William
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
32cm x 25cm
Edition:
1923
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
97
Publisher:
Ernest Benn

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Large format with grey boards, quarter bound with grey cloth spine; black title on the spine. Thw boards and spine show considerable water-marking and the corners are worn. The water-marking extends to the top of the front and rear endpapers. The first free endpaper has a gift inscription and a list of signatures from the donors. The first and last free endpapers are lightly tanned. The binding is sound and the text block is clean and unmarked. This is number 282 of a limited edition of 450 for sale and 50 not for sale, printed on pure rag paper. Illustrated by Thomas Lowinsky with 5 colour plates plus drawings in the text. The Players' Shakespeare is an edition printed from the First Folio of 1623. Extensive introduction by Harley Granville-Barker.

Added value:
Limited edition
Author(s):
Shakespeare, William
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
32cm x 25cm
Edition:
1923
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
97
Publisher:
Ernest Benn

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