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Everyman, a morality play.

Author: Frank Sidgwick; John H Amschewitz
Publisher: London, Philip Lee Warner, publisher to the Medici Society, 1911.
Series: Riccardi Press books.
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Everyman.
Everyman.
London, Philip Lee Warner, publisher to the Medici Society, 1911
(OCoLC)623284950
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Sidgwick; John H Amschewitz
OCLC Number: 1220608
Notes: Title vignette in blue.
First prelim. leaf blank except for signature.
Colophon: Here ends the treatise of the summoning of Everyman, imprinted after the text as edited by Frank Sidgwick, by kind permission of Messrs. Sidgwick and Jackson, ltd., in the Riccardi press fount, by Charles T. Jacobi. The illustrations and the title-page are by John H. Amschewitz. The book is published for the Medici society, ltd., by Philip Lee Warner, at vii Grafton street, Bond street, London, W. MDCCCCXI.
Riccardi press device on recto of last leaf.
"Of this edition of Everyman, a morality play, have been printed on handmade Riccardi paper 500 copies; upon vellum 12 copies, of which 10 are for sale."
Description: 5 leaves, ix-xiii, 36 pages, 2 leaves mounted color plates 28 cm.
Series Title: Riccardi Press books.
Responsibility: Illustrated after drawings by John H. Amschewitz.
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