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Dramatic Table Talk, or Scenes Situations & Adventures, Serious & Comic in Theatrical history & Biography (Three Volumes)

Richard, Ryan, ed.

Published by John Knight & Henry Lacey, London, 1825
Condition: Very Good
From White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB (West Windsor, VT, U.S.A.)

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12mo. 17 by 11 cm. Including several engraved plates, some of them folding. Among these are reproductions of the autographs of leading actors, a letter written by Cibber Colley, Shakespeare's family tree, an illustration of the interior of the Red Bull Playhouse, etc. The contents are chock-a-block with theatrical anecdotes, both Enlish and the wider European stage, involving actors and playwrights. Dryness and rubbing to the leather. Blistering to the cloth. Contents generally clean. Bookseller Inventory # 004151

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Title: Dramatic Table Talk, or Scenes Situations & ...

Publisher: John Knight & Henry Lacey, London

Publication Date: 1825

Binding: Half Calf

Book Condition:Very Good

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