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Buy Shapespeare Online

Updated on March 3, 2012

Buy Shakespeare Online

Some folks collect Elvis memorabilia, others drift toward more cultured pursuits. Online opportunities abound for Shakespeare collectors. Sure, he wrote a bunch of plays and poems, but the really cool stuff like autographed glassware can be somewhat hard to come by. We present a collection of Shakespeare nik-naks, gewgaws, tchotchkes, and collectibles for the most discerning hoarder.

Shakespeare Infant Creeper

Many parents dream of rearing the next Shapespeare. We know that baby brains are dramatically effected by their environment and we are fairly certain that their environment includes their clothing. To that end, the good folks at Baby Shakespeare generated these adorable onesies. Made from authentic cotton, each one is emblazoned with Shakespeare-related aphorisms guaranteed to stop traffic in the organic mead aisle at Whole Foods. 4 sizes are available: 6, 12, 18 month and 2T. Place your baby squarely on the road to Stratford by dressing him (or her) appropriately.

William Shakespeare Pillbox Pill Box Case

Did the original William Shakespeare take prescription medication? We can't say for sure, but he certainly would have favored a pillbox featuring his likeness. Chrome-smiths of the 21st century toiled long and hard to produce this fine carrying case. Don't get caught at a fancy-dress dinner party with a generic pill carrying device. You don't even need to be sick: load it up with Altoids if necessary.

Shakespeare Mirror

Have you ever looked at yourself in the mirror? Most people have. This handy mirror offers encouragement for those of us who may hesitate to check for salad in the teeth or toothpaste on the collar. Shakespeare himself offered this famous quote: "Self love is not so vile a sin as self neglecting". The Unemployed Philosopher Guild was smart enough to attach it to a looking glass because the copyright protection had long since expired. A regular mirror along with one magnifying mirror are included at no extra charge.

Pondering Shakespeare Sculpture

Sure, you think you're smart. You spend time pondering Shakespeare, but do your friends and family actually know that's what you're doing? Do they think you're simply lazy? Perhaps they suspect you of pondering Dilbert cartoons or, even worse, Sir Francis Bacon.

Show the world what you're truly up to when they think you've fallen asleep at the dinner table. This highly detailed replica of the bard is mass-produced from 100% resin and highly detailed.

Shakespearean Love Mug

Peg the pretense meter with this handsome mug of Shakespeare love quotes. Stroll confidently through Neiman-Marcus or Target and take your morning tea from this personal liquid transport device composed of authentic ceramic. Caution: this product has been banned from the set of Jeopardy, but has been approved for use during Wheel of Fortune.

Shakespeare Mono 14951 Rino-Tuff Trimmer Line

Numerous PhD dissertations have been defended regarding the lawn care habits of William Shakespeare: historians generally agree that Stratford was a better place when he permitted his ner'-do-well nephews to trim the bowling green and pull weeds from that little grassy spot under the balcony where Romeo would have stood if he had been a real person. Goats may have been the preferred automated equipment for controlling shrubbery, but no one can argue that Shakespeare would be proud to have trimmer line products named after him.


Pump up the volume of your Shakespeare collection with online treasures.


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    • nicomp profile image

      nicomp really 6 years ago from Ohio, USA

      35 hits in over a year. Sigh. No one has culture any more.

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      Rob 7 years ago from Bay Ridge Brooklyn NY

      If I look in the Shakespeare mirror, will I see the Bard looking back at me? Anyway, thanks for the info, I love Shakespeare.

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      nicomp really 7 years ago from Ohio, USA

      @Tom Whitworth : Well, The Bard did live near a river, and he does endorse a line of tackle... perhaps I should update the hub?

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      Tom Whitworth 7 years ago from Moundsville, WV


      Oh no!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I came here because I needed a fishing reel!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • nicomp profile image

      nicomp really 7 years ago from Ohio, USA

      @drbj: I'm as surprised as you are.

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      drbj and sherry 7 years ago from south Florida

      Can't understand how I have been able to function so well for so long without owning any of these classic Shakespeare products. Thank you, nicomp, for the introduction.