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William Shakespeare
1632 Shakespeare Leaf - Hamlet Neither a borrower nor a lender be - Geneva Bible
London: 1632. THERE IS A STORY BEHIND EVERY BLEMISH! Book leaf collectors know that some leaves are hard to look at and others look as new as the day they left the printing press. The condition of a particular leaf reflects its history and is not an indication of its actual value. Perfect leaves are ones that have seen little or no use over the centuries in contrast to those that are scarred by the ravages of time. Unblemished leaves are unloved leaves because they have had little contact with people. Imperfect leaves tell a story. Some are torn and ripped and worn away by excessive use while others have burns or worm holes and still others are water stained by use and sometimes even tears. We offer single leaves as we acquire them letting their condition speak for themselves. All our leaves are sold as seen on eBay. You may request additional images and information for any leaf. Choice Leaves, Finer than Gold, from the Word of God Taste and see! It's sweeter than honey!! Psalm 19 The Biblical Archives Presents The 1597 Geneva Small Folio Bible William Shakespeare's 1632 Second Folio Edition The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark "Neither a borrower nor a lender be; For loan oft loses both itself and friend," This BIBLICAL ARCHIVES offer is of ONE original bifolium* recovered from a 1632 second folio edition of William Shakespeare's collected plays - The Tragedy of Hamlet - pages 273-276 - Act 1, scene 2 - line 541, "Neither a borrower nor a lender be". Measurements: approx. 16 1/2" x 13 1/4". Location: 5.7b *Although the term 'bifolium' (plural: bifolia) is sometimes thou … [Click Below for Full Description]
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