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The Works of William Shakspeare

£150.00

Product description

"Albion Edition" published by Frederick Warne, undated, but probably mid/late 1800s.

Full leather covered boards, plain except for gilt ruled margins. The spine is heavily decorated with gilt pattern between the raised bands. The title is in the second block down, gilt in a black box. Some shelf wear particularly around the spine area with some scuff marks on both boards. The corners are in relatively good condition.

Both pastedowns are torn along the hinges but are still well attached to the binding, which is in very good condition. The endpapers are colourfully decorated with feather/marble effect.

There are no inscriptions or marks in the text as far as we can see from the sample examined (the are over 1000 pages).

The page ends are gilded.

Item details

Added value:
scarce in this condition
Author(s):
Shakspeare
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
192 x 150 x 47 mm approx.
Edition:
undated, probably circa mid/late 1800s
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
1124
Publisher:
Frederick Warne

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£8.00
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About this item

"Albion Edition" published by Frederick Warne, undated, but probably mid/late 1800s.

Full leather covered boards, plain except for gilt ruled margins. The spine is heavily decorated with gilt pattern between the raised bands. The title is in the second block down, gilt in a black box. Some shelf wear particularly around the spine area with some scuff marks on both boards. The corners are in relatively good condition.

Both pastedowns are torn along the hinges but are still well attached to the binding, which is in very good condition. The endpapers are colourfully decorated with feather/marble effect.

There are no inscriptions or marks in the text as far as we can see from the sample examined (the are over 1000 pages).

The page ends are gilded.

Added value:
scarce in this condition
Author(s):
Shakspeare
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
192 x 150 x 47 mm approx.
Edition:
undated, probably circa mid/late 1800s
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
1124
Publisher:
Frederick Warne

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