SHAKESPEARE, William. The dramatic works of William Shakspeare. Printed by C. Whittingham. 1814.
In seven volumes. Each play has a separate title, pagination, and register. With an half-title to each volume. Engraved frontispiece of Stratford-upon-Avon and one plate depicting a bust of the playwright to Vol I. Wood-cut illustrations to play titles and act headings throughout. Attractively bound in contemporary blind-tooled burgundy morocco, richly gilt, A.E.G.. Light rubbing to extremities. Slight tears to top margin of D3 [Much Ado About Nothing] of Vol II and E3 [Taming of the Shrew] of Vol III, just touching running-title in each instance, F4 of Vol IV detached [King Henry V], shaving to margins of B6 and C6 [Romeo and Juliet] of Vol VII, touching text but with no loss of sense., first gathering of King Henry VI, Part I [Vol IV] bound out of sequence, appearing mid-way through King Henry IV, Part II, gathering D of King Henry VIII [Vol V] also misbound, appearing prior to gathering of C, two leaves of Vol. IV detached, light foxing to blank endpapers.