Shakespeare's Works: Shakespeare, William Shakespeare's Works: Shakespeare, William

Shakespeare's Works

Shakespeare, William

Published by Knickerbocker Leather and Novelty Company, New York, 1900
Condition: Good Hardcover

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Remarkable miniature edition of 24 of Shakespeare's plays, plus his poem Venus and Adonis, all housed in a box. Each volume measures 3 1/4 x 2 1/4 inches, is leather bound, stamped in gold, with crest of opposing lions on front cover. All edges red. Frontispiece portrait of William Shakespeare in each volume. This exceptional set contains:Antony and Cleopatra, 277ppAs You Like It, 217ppComedy of Errors and Venus and Adonis, 252ppHamlet - Prince of Denmark, 277ppJulius Caesar, 192ppKing Henry IV Part I, 239ppKing Henry IV Part II, 256ppKing Henry V, 255ppKing Henry VI Part II, 256ppKing Henry VI Part III, 251 pp. 2 copies (one in brown leather, the other in blue)King Henry VIII, 253ppKing Lear, 284ppMacbeth, 249ppMeasure for Measure, 218ppMerchant of Venice, 217ppMerry Wives of Windsor, 217ppMidsummer Night's Dream, 186ppMuch Ado About Nothing, 205ppOthello, 284ppRomeo and Juliet, 253ppThe Tempest, 181ppTwelfth Night, 192pp.King Henry VI, Part I missing. Age wear on box with cover detached but present, leather peeling off, and box splitting at edges. Box in overall poor, binding and interior in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 33120

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Title: Shakespeare's Works

Publisher: Knickerbocker Leather and Novelty Company, New York

Publication Date: 1900

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

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