London: The Nonesuch Press, 1931. Tall 8vo. First edition. Original dark blue buckram, gilt. Spine slightly faded. Fine. The author makes his case that a quarrel between Shakespeare and some people in Southwark contributed to the characters of Justice Shallow and his nephew Slender in The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Toronto, Buffalo & London: University of Toronto Press & Oxford University Press, 1969. 4to. First edition. Original green cloth, gilt. Illustrated throughout in black and white. Bookplate on front pastedown. D/w a bit rubbed at extremities. Near fine in near fine dust-wrapper.
London: Longmans, Green and Co, 1951. 8vo. First edition. Original blue cloth, gilt. Jacket and vignette on the title page by Joan Hassall. Portrait plates scattered throughout. Ink ownership on fly. D/w toned and rubbed with a few nicks along the top edge. Near fine in near fine dust-wrapper.
London: Mandrake Press Ltd, 1930. 8vo. First edition. Original blue cloth. D/w slightly faded on spine. Fine in near fine dust-wrapper.
London: Souvenir Press Ltd, 1973. 8vo. First UK edition. Original blue hardcovers, gilt. D/w toned with slight wear at the head of the spine. Fine in near fine dust-wrapper.
Manchester: P.N. Review & Carcanet Press, 1986. 8vo. First edition. Original black hardcovers, gilt. Spine ends and corner tips gently pushed. Near fine in near fine dust-wrapper.