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First Folio
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Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, histories & tragedies, published according to the true originall copies. London, printed by Isaac Jaggard and Edward Blount, 1623.
London: William Jaggard, Edward Blount, L. Smithweeke, and W. Aspley, 1623
Isaac Jaggard and Edward Blount


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19The Tempestviewview
38The Two Gentlemen of Veronaviewview
57The Merry Wives of Windsorviewview
79Measure for Measureviewview
103The Comedy of Errorsviewview
119Much Ado About Nothingviewview
140Love's Labor's Lostviewview
163A Midsummer Night's Dreamviewview
181The Merchant of Veniceviewview
203As You Like Itviewview
226The Taming of the Shrewviewview
248All's Well That Ends Wellviewview
273Twelfth Nightviewview
295The Winter's Taleviewview
323King Johnviewview
345Richard the Secondviewview
368Henry IV, Part 1viewview
394Henry IV, Part 2viewview
423Henry Vviewview
450Henry VI, Part 1viewview
474Henry VI, Part 2viewview
501Henry VI, Part 3viewview
527Richard the Thirdviewview
559Henry VIIIviewview
587Troilus and Cressidaviewview
647Titus Andronicusviewview
669Romeo and Julietviewview
694Timon of Athensviewview
717Julius Caesarviewview
791King Learviewview
848Antony and Cleopatraviewview

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Brandeis University

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Brandeis University
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The copy of the First Folio owned by Brandeis University was acquired by George F. Richardson of Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1894. On 25 February 1937 it was sold at Rains Galleries to Thomas & Eron (a New York bookseller) for $3,800, and in December 1961 Inman's Book Shop, NYC, sold it to Allan I. Bluestein, who then donated the Folio directly to Brandeis.

New South Wales

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State Library of New South Wales
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Portrait in second state; signed Martin Droeshout, London sculpsit. Size: 12 3/8" x 8". 454 leaves, the first 9 preliminary matter, the Comedies 152, the Histories 132, Troylus and Cressida 15, the Tragedies 146. A fine copy; bound in full 19th cent. red morocco.