London: E. Curll, 1741. First edition. Extra-Illustrated. Read More about The History of the English Stage from the Restauration [sic] to the Present Time. Including the...
London: Printed for J. and R. Tonson, et al, 1765. First separate edition. First Separate Edition. The first separate printing of Johnson's Preface to his celebrated edition of Shakespeare. Johnson's "humanely poised preface" (ODNB) is the pinnacle of 18th-century Shakespeare criticism. Adam Smith described it as the "most manly piece..... Read More about Mr. Johnson's Preface to His Edition of Shakespear's Plays
Cork: W. Scraggs, Printer, [1836?]. Kean in Richard III in Cork. Read More about Mr. Seymour most respectfully announces to the Noblility, Gentry, Officers of the Garrison and...
New York: Published by Hurd and Houghton, 1866. First edition. The author was the Assistant Physician of the State Lunatic Asylum in Utica and these three essays first appeared in the "America Journal of Insanity" between 1859 and 1864. Read More about Shakspeare's Delineations of Insanity, Imbecility, and Suicide
Montreal: Printed for Private Circulation Only. J. Theo Robinson, Printer, September, 1884. First edition. Inscribed and signed. Inscribed on the upper wrapper “Wm. Leighton Esq. Jr. with the writer's Compliments,” also signed on the last leaf of text. Read More about Shall We Open Shakespeare's Grave? No. A Reply by Thos. D. King, (Member of the Montreal...
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1893. Read More about Tales from Shakspeare. Including Those by Charles and Mary Lamb with a Continuation by Harrison...
London: Thomas Hodgkins, 1807. First edition, first issue, with the T. Davison imprint on the verso of p. 235 of Volume 1, and the earlier address of Hanway Street on the ads in Volume 2. " ... made Shakespeare a familiar and popular author ... " Beautiful set of the..... Read More about Tales from Shakespear. Designed for the Use of Young Persons
New York: Doubleday, Page & Co, 1902. First ediion. Most of this work were originally presented as lectures on Shakespeare given by Lanier in Baltimore at Johns Hopkins and Peobody Institute. Read More about Shakspere and his forerunners. Studies in Elizabethan Poetry and Its Development from Early...
Stanford: Stanford University Press; London: Humphrey Milford, [co. 1940]. First edition. Read More about The Shakespeare Documents, Facsimiles, Transliterations, Translations and Commentary
Edinburgh: William Paterson, London: H. Sotheran & Co, 1875. One of 150 large paper copies. Large Paper. Read More about Works] The Dramatic Works of Shackerley Marmion. With Prefatory Memoir, Introductions, and Notes
London: Printed for J. Dodsley, Pall-Mall; Mess. Baker and Leigh, York-Street, Covent Garden; J. Walter, Charing Cross; T. Cadell, in the Strand; and J. Wilkie, No. 71. St. Paul's Churchyard, 1769. First edition. Her First Book. Scarce first ediiton of the first book by the famous and erudite 'bluestocking', Elizabeth..... Read More about An Essay on the Writings and Genius of Shakespear, compared with the Greek and French Dramatic...
London: Sherratt & Hughes, 1903. First edition. Inscribed by Hughes to A. E. F. Horniman in 1911. Read More about Shakespeare's Europe. Unpublished Chapters of Fynes Moryson's Itinerary. Being a Survey of the...
London: Reprinted for the Shakespeare Society, 1842; 1841; 1842. Read More about Pierce Penniless's Supplication to the Devil...with an Introduction and Notes, by J. Payne...
Cambridge: At the University Press, 1955. This set consists of the first four volumes (only) of the series covering the time of 1660 through Early Nineteenth Century Drama 1850. Read More about A History of English Drama 1660-1900
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1931. First American edition. A standard work in the field. Read More about Masks Mimes and Miracles. Studies in the Popular Theatre
Philadelphia: Printed and Published by the Authors, 1869. First Edition. Read More about Shys at Shakspeare. Designed by J.P. and T.C.P. Etched by T.C.P
London: Wm. S. Orr & Co, 1838. First edition. Read More about Letters on the Natural History of the Insects Mentioned in Shakespeare’s Plays with Incidental...
London: 63, Hamilton Terrace, 25th Oct 1899. About Tree's performance in "King John" Saying "I have heard people say, 'the best thing Tree has done, as an actor and a manager.' " Read More about A.L.S. To Herbert Beerbohm Tree, "My dear Tree."
North Shields: T. Appleby, Printer, 1810. King Lear, 1810 Broadside. Read More about By Desire of Captain Crispin, and the Officers of His Majesty's Sloop Kite. Theatre, North...
North Shields: Printed by T. Appleby, 1810. SHAKESPEARE. Read More about Theatre, North Shields. Mrs. Dalton, Most respectfully informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of North...
Cambridge: Harvard, 1927. First edition. Read More about The Paradise of Dainty Devices (1576-1606
n.p: n.d. Original Portrait of Maurice Evans by Gordon Ross. A fine, sensitive study of the noted Shakespearean actor.Gordon Ross (1873-1946) was a prolific artist, working mostly in watercolour, from his early days in his native Scotland. As a book artist he tackled everything from Dickens to Shakespeare, including a...... Read More about ORIGINAL Portrait of Maurice Evans, pencil and ink, touched with white
New York: Oxford University Press, 1975. First edition. Inscribed. Read More about William Shakespeare. A Documentary Life
London: Theodore Brun Limited, . First Limited de Luxe edition limited to 100 copies ( Number 60) for the Collector's Book Club. This is copy 60. The first edition appeared simultaneously, issued by J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. Edition de Luxe. Read More about Shakespeare's Heraldry
London: Printed by J. Barfield, wardour Street for H. M'Lean, No. 8, Soho-Square, 1818. First edition. Many of the engravings are from the paintings of T. Stothard. Engravings largely by Heath, Hall, Rhodes, and Fitler. Read More about A Series of Magnificent Engravings, to Illustrate the various Folio and Quarto Editions of the...
Boston: Little Brown and Company, 1890. Read More about The Works of William Shakespeare. The Plays edited from the Folio of 1633...by Edward Grant White