Lot 243 of 284:
Eight leaves from Shakespeares 2nd and 4th folios  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$300
Estimate:
$500 - $800

Title:
One leaf from the Second folio of 1632, and seven leaves from the Fourth folio of 1685
Author:
Shakespeare, William
Place:
London
Publisher:
Date:
1632 & 1684
Description:

Eight leaves comprising the title leaf from "The Tragedie of Julius Caesar" (Pp. 129/130) from the 1632 second folio, and seven miscellaneous leaves from the 1685 fourth folio including leaves from Romeo and Juliet (323/324), Othello (115/116), Julius Caesar (29/30), Henry VI (157/158 (the title leaf) and 165/166), Anthony and Cleopatra (163/164), and The Comedy of Errors (79/80). Each matted with both sides visible.

Lot Amendments
Condition:
The second folio leaf is lightly edge worn; the fourth folio leaves are all with chipping at the edges but neatly matted concealing the damage; very good overall.
 
Item number:
278162
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