"The Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare" by Robert Inglis and More
Provenance: From the private collection of country music star ‘Big Kenny’ Alphin.
|Title and Author/Editor||Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn (Mark Twain), The Works of Shakspere (William Shakespeare; essay by Barry Cornwall), The Dramatic Works of William Shakespeare with Copious Glossarial Notes and a Biographical Notice (Robert Inglis)|
|Genre||Literary and Classic|
|Illustrator||Kenny Meadows (English, 1790–1874)|
|Type of Illustration||Steel Engraving, Wood Engraving|
|Binding||Embossed leather, Cloth on board, Cloth on board with gilt accents|
|Publisher or Printer||Robert Tyas, J. M. Dent & Sons, Gall & Inglis|
|Publication Year||1843, 1948, Circa 1871|
|Period||Mid to Late 19th Century, Mid-20th Century, Antique, Vintage|
|Place of Publication||London, Edinburgh|
|Volumes||II, III (Cornwall)|
|Number of Books||4|
- bumped corners and spines; shaken bindings with some loose pages; rubbing, soiling, and wear to boards; creases and tears; page toning and foxing.
- measures one book.