By E. W. Smithson and George Greenwood
London   Cecil Palmer
9" by 5.5" 229pp
A detailed anthology of five essays, examining the debate of the Shakespearian authorship theory.
By E. W. Smithson and George Greenwood

1922 Baconian Essays

London   Cecil Palmer
9" by 5.5" 229pp
A detailed anthology of five essays, examining the debate of the Shakespearian authorship theory.
£99.99
: 0.75kgs / : GEN34-I-6

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First Edition, Signed

First edition. Neatly signed by supporting essay author; Sir George Greenwood. From the private library of Sir Nicholas Peter Rathbone Wall, former English judge who was President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice for England and Wales.

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In publishers' original purple binding. Externally, sound, although with fading to the spine and rear board. Rear hinge is slightly strained, but holding firm. Internally, generally firmly bound and bright throughout. Some instances of light scattered spotting. Previous owner's label to the rear pastedown, armorial bookplate pasted neatly to the front pastedown, and ink inscriptions to the front free endpaper.

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