The Family Shakspeare, In Ten Volumes; In Which Nothing is Added to the Original Text; But those ... The Family Shakspeare, In Ten Volumes; In Which Nothing is Added to the Original Text; But those ... The Family Shakspeare, In Ten Volumes; In Which Nothing is Added to the Original Text; But those ... The Family Shakspeare, In Ten Volumes; In Which Nothing is Added to the Original Text; But those ...

The Family Shakspeare, In Ten Volumes; In Which Nothing is Added to the Original Text; But those Words and Expressions are Omitted which Cannot with Propriety be Read Aloud in A Family.

BOWDLER, THOMAS; SHAKESPEARE, W.

Editorial: Longman, Hurst, Reese, Orme & Brown, 1820
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12mo. 15.5 x 9cm. 10 volumes. Volume 1 with portrait engraving of William Shakespeare. Full leather with gilt border to front and rear. Edges worn, leather scratched and scuffed. Joints worn, boards remain firmly attached, with volume 5 front board almost off. 1 volume label is missing, wear and chipping to other labels, spines scuffed and scratched. Bindings are overall tight. Volume 7 shows evidence of repair to front joint, tight, but opens fine. Text clean throughout, some folded down corners. A rather good clean set. Uncommon early second edition of the family Shakespeare. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: The Family Shakspeare, In Ten Volumes; In ...
Editorial: Longman, Hurst, Reese, Orme & Brown
Año de publicación: 1820
Encuadernación: Full Leather
Condición del libro: Good
Edición: Second Edition.

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