Pages

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Antique Images from Books

Antique Images from Books, updated 17October2012

Halévy, Ludovic. The Abbé Constantin. Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates, n.d. Print.
Hardcover, reprint. no dustjacket. Red and black decoration on green cloth, plus gold lettering on spine. Small paste-down illustration on front cover. Hinges glued. Binding weak. Corners worn. No date in this copy, but it has Coates as publisher on the title page and Winston as publisher on the spine. Winston took over the firm in 1904. Location: Old Popular Fiction. Cover illustration may be by Madame Madeleine Lemaire. No internal illustrations. If there was a frontis piece, it is gone.

============================================



        Pistol : "Quiet thy cudgel; thou dost see I eat" King Henry V act V Scene I, William Shakespeare, Booklovers Edition, University Society, New York, 1901                          
 

Miranda: "I would the lighting had Burnt up those logs that you are enjoin'd to pile! The Tempest Act III, Scene I, William Shakespeare, Booklovers Edition, University Society, New York, 1901
 Death of Prince Arthur, King John Act IV Scene 3, William Shakespeare, Booklovers Edition, University Society, New York, 1901

Brutus: "Art thou some god, some angel, or some devil That makest my blood cold, and my hair to stare?" Julius Caesar Act IV Scene 3 William Shakespeare, Booklovers Edition, University Society, New York, 1901

Antony and Cleopatra on the Cyndus. Antony and Cleopatra Act II Scene 2 William Shakespeare, Booklovers Edition, University Society, New York, 1901

Richard and the Bishops, Richard III Act III Scene 7, William Shakespeare, Booklovers Edition, University Society, New York, 1901


Joan of Arc Shakespeare University Society Booklovers Edition 1901

Claudio : "He hath ta'en the infection : hold it up" Much Ado About Nothing Act II Scene 3 William Shakespeare, Booklovers Edition, University Society, New York, 1901

Booklovers Edition, University Society, New York, 1901
 Booklovers Edition, University Society, New York, 1901

Troilus: "Lady, give your hand; and as we walk, To Our Own selves bend our needful talk. Troilus and Cressida Act IV Scene 4 William Shakespeare, Booklovers Edition, The University Society, New York, 1901

Titus: "Now, madam, are you prisoner to an emperor" Titus Andronicus Act I Scene I, William Shakespeare, University Society, New York, 1901

 Oberon:  "Ill met by moonlight, proud Titania" A Midsummer Night's Dream Act II Scene I, William Shakespeare. University Society, New York, 1901

 Suffolk:  "Now, Sirs, have you dispath'd this thing?" King Henry VI Part II Act III Scene 2 Shakespeare, University Society, 1901

 Petruchio: "Why, what i' devil's name, tailor call'st thou this?" The Taming of the Shrew Act IV Scene 3, William Shakespeare, University Society, 1901


Hotspur (reading) : "' But for mine own part, my lord, I could be well contented to be there, in repect of the love I bear your house' " King Henry IV Act II Scene 3 Shakespeare, University Society, 1901

Death of Richard II, King Richard II Act V Scene 5, Shakespeare, University Society, 1901

William Shakespeare University Society 1901

 Song: "Take, O, take those lips away, That so sweetly were forsworn" Measure for Measure Act IV Scene I Shakespeare, University Society, 1901

Song: "Who is Silvia? what is she, That all our swains commend her?" The Two Gentlemen of Verona Act IV Scene 2 Shakespeare, University Society, 1901

 King Henry: " Look, as I blow this feather from my face" King Henry VI Part III Act III Scene I Shakespeare, University Society 1901

Dumain: "Once more I'll read the ode that I have writ", Love's Labour's Lost Act IV Scene 3, Shakespeare, University Society, 1901

Cordelia Disowned by Lear, King Lear, Act 1Scene 1, University Society, Shakespeare, 1901

Sir John Falstaff, Booklovers Edition, William Shakespeare, University Society, New York, 1901








===================================



Peterson's Magazine January 1871 Les Modes Parisiennes.
 Frances E. Willard. The Beautiful Life of Frances E. Willard, 1898, Women's Temperance Publishing Association.

Frances Willard, frontis piece in the Beautiful Life of Frances E. Willard, 1898, Women's Temperance Publishing Association.
Once Upon a Time in Indiana by Charity Dye, 1916

No comments:

Post a Comment