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The First Folio of Shakespeare, Prepared by Charlton Hinman

This facsimile is an ideal copy in which each page represents the best page selected from one of the 29 most satisfactory copies of the 80 copies in the Folger Shakespeare Library


Shakespeare's Hamlet, the Second Quarto, 1604

Collotype reprint of the so-called Devonshire copy, which has title: The tragicall historie of Hamlet, prince of Denmarke. By William Shakespeare. Newly imprinted and enlarged to almost as much againe as it was, according to the true and perfect…


The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer Now Newly Imprinted

"This facsimile of the Kelmscott Chaucer has been printed for The Basilisk Press, London, by The John Roberts Press in Clerkenwell and completed on the 31st day of December 1974 ... The paper has been specially made at Saint Cuthbert's Mill at Wells…

The Ellesmere Chaucer Reproduced in Facsimile

Both volumes signed: S.H. ; Preface signed: Alix Egerton.


Poetical Works

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v. 1. The minor poems. Troilus and Cresseyde. The Canterbury tales, pt. 1.
v. 2. The Canterbury tales, pt. 2.
v. 3. The legend of good women. The parliament of fowls. The temple of glass / J. Lydgate. Colour plates, commentary, index of contents.


Botticelli; Drawings for Dante's Inferno

Contains facsimiles of all the extant drawings of Botticelli for the Inferno, and nine engravings designed by Botticelli, from the 1481 Landino edition of Dante, with quotations from the cantos of Longfellow's translation and a commentary by the…


Illustrations to the Divine Comedy of Dante

A slightly enlarged version ; the drawings of the ed. priv. print. by E. Walker Limited for the subscribers of the National Art-Collections Fund, London, 1922, have been reproduced in facsimile.


Les Métamorphoses

Facsim. of the 1931 ed., trans. and ed. by Georges Lafaye and published by Les Presses de Léon Pichon, Paris.