October 25, 2021

Rare Fragment From Shakespeare’s First Folio On Auction Block

Rare Fragment From Shakespeare’s First Folio On Auction Block

On October 29, 2021, a fragment — 13 pages, comprising the whole of Henry IV Part One — of Shakespeare’s First Folio will be up for auction. Its value is estimated at $50,000–100,000, and bidding will begin at $26,000. Fred Holabird, the president of auction house Holabird Western Americana Collections, says it is “of inestimable value.” So, what is this fragment, and why is it so valuable? Shakespeare’s First Folio was the first printed collection of his work. It was compiled and published in 1623, seven years after his death, by John Heminges and Henry Condell, actors and friends of...

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Who Killed My Mother? Writing And Podcasting True Crime Memoir With Kory Shrum

Who Killed My Mother? Writing And Podcasting True Crime Memoir With Kory Shrum

Who Killed My Mother? Writing And Podcasting True Crime Memoir With Kory Shrum Did you find this useful? Please spread the word :) I use cookies to ensure that I give you the best experience on this website. If you continue to use this site, I will assume that you are happy with this. Thank you. OkRead more

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