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William Shakespeare
Complete 40 Book Set 1901 "William Shakespeare" Booklovers Edition Gorgeous!!
New York: The University Society, 1901. This is a gorgeous set!! NO ripped, torn or missing pages. Only blemish is original owners name neatly written inside cover of each book. Otherwise, gorgeous, all colored engravings still here. The only blemish we see is a couple of the books have a little foxing on spine, but ALL spines are tight and fine. Covers all look good, please see pictures. STARTING At Only $750.00 NO RESERVE! TAKING OFFERS! Simply Hit "Make an Offer" & First Reasonable Offer, it's Yours!! This is for a full set, and the ONLY full set available on eBay, Abes Books and Amazon! We may have the ONLY full set of this gorgeous set of Shakespeare books published in 1901 by The University Society called "Booklovers Edition" and each book has a beautiful engravings on front part of book alongside Title page. There are 39 titles and an index book. Here are the books in this lot, in NO particular order: Tragedies: 1. This is "Hamlet" by Shakespeare with engraving of "Ophelia" and 251 pages. 2. This is "Julius Caeser" by Shakespeare with engraving of "Brutus & Caeser's Ghost" and 158 pages. 3. This is "Timon of Athens" by Shakespeare with engraving of "Second Servant" and 146 pages. 4. This is "Titus Andronicus" by Shakespeare with engraving of "Titus" and 137 pages. 5. This is "Coriolanus" by Shakespeare with engraving of "Antifidus" and 196 pages. 6. This is "Romeo & Juliet" by Shakespeare with engraving of "Romeo & Juliet" and 193 pages. 7. This is "King Lear" by Shakespeare with engraving of "Cordelia Disowned by Lear" and 207 pages. 8. This is "Macbeth" by Sha … [Click Below for Full Description]
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