The Brandeis University copy’s specificity is that it was disbound in 1998 by the Northeast Document Conservation Center. It is now enclosed in a blue trifold protection and encased in a blue slipcase. The edges of the pages are gilt. Some of its pages have missing text, which has been filled and it also contains facsimile pages: the first nine pages, except for the title page as well as the last two pages. This copy was presented to Brandeis University in 1961 by Allan I. Bluestein who had just acquired it from Inman’s Bookshop in New York. Prior to that, the Folio was in possession of George Francis Richardson, an American lawyer and politician. It is possible that his son, George R. Richardson, inherited the Folio, but this has not been confirmed yet. On the 25th of February 1937, the Folio was sold to Thomas & Eron, a New York bookseller, at Rains Galleries for $3,800.
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