London: Printed by J.F. Dove, 1830. Read More about Shakespeare's Dramatic Works: With A Life of the Author, and a Selection of Notes, Critical,...
London: Faber and Faber Limited, 1952. First edition. Read More about Changeable Scenery. Its Origin and Development in the British Theatre
London: Publisht for the New Shakspere Society by N. Trübner & Co, -1882. First edition. With membership information and list of members for the New Shakspere Society in 1879. Read More about Phillip Stubbes's Anatomy of the Abuses in England in Shakspeare's Youth, A. D.1583. Edited by...
New York: Samuel A. Tannenbaum, 1939-1943. Limited editions, most to 300 copies. Read More about Shakspere's Troilus & Cressida [Sonnets; King Lear; Macbeth; The Merchant of Venice;...
Edinburgh: William Paterson, London: H. Sotheran & Co, 1879. One of 150 large paper copies. Printed by Murray and Gibb, Edinburgh. LARGE PAPER. Read More about Works] The Dramatic Works. With Introductions and Notes
London: Printed by W. Reynolds, 1829. Shakespeare's “King John”. The Tragedy starred James Warde, Charles Kemble, Mrs. Vining, and Mr. Mears. After the tragedy “The Devil's Elizer; or the Shadowless Man” was to be performed starring Mr. Ward and Miss Hughes. Notices for forthcoming performances are listed on the lower..... Read More about Broadside for the Theatre Royal at Covent Garden performing Shakespeare's “Tragedy of King...
New York: The University Club, 1991. First edition. Inscribed. Read More about A Venerable and Cherished Institution. The University Club of New York 1865-1990
New York: June 1, 1944. Superb, brooding image of Robeson in one of the most famous performances in American theater history. Robeson had originally played Othello in in a 1930 English production, opposite Dame Peggy Ashcroft as Desdemona, but American taboos against mixed-race casting prevented an American production for years..... Read More about Portrait of Paul Robeson as Othello
[London: Charles Whittingham at the Chiswick Press, 1826]. Proofs to Illustations for Whittingham’s 1826 Shakespeare. Charles Whittingham’s (the uncle) very popular 1826 edition in 10 volumes, was edited by the scholar Samuel Weller Signer, with a life of the author by Dr. Charles Symmons. The verso of the title-page reads..... Read More about Proofs of the Illustrations to Shakespeare's Dramatic Works, published by Charles Whittingham,...
New York: 1894. Stratford Edition. Read More about The Home and Haunts of Shakespeare. With an Introduction by H.H. Furness
Edinburgh: William Paterson, London: H. Sotheran & Co, 1874. One of 150 large paper copies. Large Paper. Read More about Works] The Dramatic Works of John Wilson. With Prefatory Memoir, Introductions and Notes