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"Shakespeare to Music" (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire: Final Score, 2011), printed and bound by Stephen Byrne, illustrated by Marian Byrne, Collection of Neale and Margaret Albert.
"Brush Up Your Shakespeare" (New York: Piccolo Press, 2009), bound by Hannah Brown, 2010, in wooden boards backed with lacquered brass, Collection of Neale and Margaret Albert.
"The Taming of the Shrew" from "Shakespeare’s Works" (New York: Knickerbocker Leather and Novelty Company, ca. 1910), bound by Jenni Grey, 2006, Collection of Neale and Margaret Albert.
"Julius Caesar" from "Shakespeare’s Works" (New York: Knickerbocker Leather and Novelty Company, ca. 1910), bound by Santiago Brugalla, 2004, Collection of Neale and Margaret Albert.
"Brush Up Your Shakespeare" (New York: Piccolo Press, 2009), bound by Glenn Bartley, 2012, Collection of Neale and Margaret Albert.
"Romeo and Juliet" from "Shakespeare’s Works" (New York: Knickerbocker Leather and Novelty Company, ca. 1910), bound by Paul Delrue, 2005, Collection of Neale and Margaret Albert.
Neale Albert with "Works of William Shakespeare," 40 vols. (London: Allied Newspapers, 1904), bound by Jana Pribíková, 2005.
British binder Derek Hood attaching the headband to a miniature book, 2015, photograph courtesy of Ben Langdon.
"Brush Up Your Shakespeare" (New York: Piccolo Press, 2009), bound by Eri Funazaki, 2013, Collection of Neale and Margaret Albert.
"King Henry IV, Part 1" from "Shakespeare’s Works" (New York: Knickerbocker Leather and Novelty Company, ca. 1910), bound by George Kirkpatrick, 2007, Collection of Neale and Margaret Albert.
American binder Gabrielle Fox tooling with gold leaf, Queen Mab (Cincinnati: Squiggle Dot Press, 2007), photograph courtesy of Tom Allen.
"Brush Up Your Shakespeare," designed and letterpress printed at The Tideline Press by Leonard Seastone with illustrations by Seymour Chwast (New York: Piccolo Press, 2009), bound by David Sellars, 2011, Collection of Neale and Margaret Albert.
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Shakespeare — on a different scale

Miniature editions of works by William Shakespeare or influenced by the Bard are on view at the Yale Center for British Art through Aug. 21.
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