Colophon: Printed at the Charges of W. Jaggard, Ed. Blount, I. Smithweeke, and W. Aspley, 1623.
Editors' dedication signed: Iohn Heminge. Henry Condell.
With an engraved title-page portrait of the author signed: "Martin· Droeshout: sculpsit· London." State 1 has no shadow on the ruff under the hair; state 2 has a shadow.
"The life and death of King Iohn" begins new pagination on leaf a1r; "The tragedy of Coriolanus" begins new pagination on leaf 2a1r.
Title page is an insert.
For details on the printing of this item see Charleton Hinman, "The printing and proof-reading of the First Folio of Shakespeare" (Oxford, 1963).
Entered to Blount and I. Jaggard 8 November  in Stationers' Company register.
Numerous errors in pagination.
PML copy is third issue, with cancelled leaf "gg3" with end of Romeo and Juliet and first page of Troilus and Cressida, along with cancel leaf with the Prologue (recto) to Troilus and reprint of the first page (verso), bound before Coriolanus (see Blayney, p. 24).
PML copy with engraving in state 2. Title page leaf remargined (from another copy?, by Toovey, ca. 1887).
Watermark: Small crown, on page 124 of Loves Labor Lost. Variant 1) over letters "ED". Watermark, beta radiograph, p124LLL. Crown.
Watermark: Small crown, on page 124 of Julius Caesar. Variant 1) with letters "LLV ". Watermark, beta radiograph, p124JC. Crown.
Watermark: Small crown, on page 252. Variant 2) fleur-de-lis in band of crown, Watermark, beta radiograph, p. 252. Crown.
Watermark: Small crown, on page 309 of Julius Caesar. Variant 3) with LLV(?) in base of crown. Watermark, beta radiograph, p. 309. Crown.
Watermark: Small coat of arms. [Unknown page.] Watermark, beta radiograph. Coat of arms.
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