#wunderkammer 2012

The @FolgerResearch #wunderkammer tweets from 2012 :

A book presented to Charles I and gorgeously bound in vellum and velvet for your #wunderkammer http://t.co/XCODOI26
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Illustrations from John Bell's 18th-century editions of Shakespeare featuring famous actors of the day! http://t.co/BhpOi9Md #wunderkammer
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Scrapbook #wunderkammer of "Garrick and his contemporaries" made by Geo. Daniel (1789-1864) http://t.co/ub9wGVAl
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Teeny watercolors of Jacobeans from an album amicorum for your #wunderkammer pleasure: http://t.co/XSD09wYc
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And a bonus #wunderkammer for those who prefer words to pictures: The Taming of the Shrew as in the First Folio! http://t.co/9NeL0MXk
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A #wunderkammer in honor of our new production: The Taming of the Shrew, as pictured over the last few centuries: http://t.co/4q40YSR7
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The longest fragment of the earliest printed copy of "A little gest of Robyn Hood" (with marginalia!) http://t.co/6i9efaVJ #wunderkammer
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And a bonus #wunderkammer: Hollar's entire Four Seasons suite http://t.co/wHLazVDp
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Wenceslaus Hollar's Spring--a young woman dressed for a 1641 spring season http://t.co/VRzto8Fs #wunderkammer
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When you ask a powerful woman to be your child's godmother & the queen intervenes: a 1607 letter for your #wunderkammer http://t.co/GKJmfOPI
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And a bonus #wunderkammer: A close-up of Charlotte Cushman's eye, for when you need to look into the soul of greatness! http://t.co/sffuQgBO
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A famous actor for your #wunderkammer? Charlotte Cushman, known for her stunning portrayals of female & male characters http://t.co/bhUtTGW9
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Bonus #wunderkammer: Herbert's shape poems, Easter Wings, showing their original winglike, not hourglass, shape: http://t.co/SmKcKcyF
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The entirety of The Temple, George Herbert's 1633 collection of religious poems, for your #wunderkammer http://t.co/rZDWwix5
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30 plates of a funeral procession for your #wunderkammer? When it's Philip Sidney's, yes! http://t.co/fSm8kynN
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The first illustrated Paradise Lost (1688), with 12 glorious etchings: http://t.co/w8G1yXO1 #wunderkammer
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Zoom in and explore London cicra 1660 in a West End #wunderkammer by #Hollar http://t.co/CHpSzopa
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Poor Ophelia--so beautiful, so mad. 100 images of her as performed and imagined for your #wunderkammer: http://t.co/4WY4Hax1
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And as a bonus #wunderkammer, more Inglis! A 1607 ms with the same verses but different illustrations: http://t.co/9vaffrlD
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A 1601 manuscript from the calligrapher Esther Inglis, with verses & illustrations for your #wunderkammer: http://t.co/E8PqrXcM
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Still thinking politics after last night's State of the Union? A 1551 English edition of Utopia for your #wunderkammer: http://t.co/P13OcMN4
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