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  1. Cordus, Valerius, 1515-1544. (6)
  2. Core, James, former owner. (1)
  3. Corelli, Arcangelo, 1653-1713. (8)
  4. Corfmat, J., fl. 1840s. (3)
  5. Corinthia [graphic] / I.H.W. (1)
  6. Coriolan, acte V, scène III [graphic] / Giraut, del. ; Réville, sc. (1)
  7. Coriolanus ... knowest thou me yet? act IV scene iii [i.e., 5] [graphic] / painted by Cook ; engraved by Neagle. (1)
  8. Coriolanus [act IV, scene 5] [graphic]. (1)
  9. Coriolanus [act V, scene 3] [graphic] / H. Gravelot, in. & del. ; G. Vander Gucht, scul. (1)
  10. Coriolanus [act V, scene 3] [graphic] / J[ohn] G[ilbert] ; Dalziel, sc. (1)
  11. Coriolanus [character in play of that name] I banish you ... Despising ... thus I turn my back: There is a world elsewhere [graphic] / H. Singleton, del. ; C. Taylor, excudit. (1)
  12. Coriolanus [graphic] / [J. Coghlan]. (1)
  13. Coriolanus [graphic] / J. Jellicoe. (1)
  14. Coriolanus act 1 scene 3 [i.e.8] [graphic]. (1)
  15. Coriolanus act 1, scene 3. [i.e., 8.] Off. I saw our party to the trenches driven [graphic]. (1)
  16. Coriolanus addressing the Plebeians ... with an autograph description of the caricature by the artist, from the collection of Mrs. Cruikshank [graphic] / G. Cruikshank del et sculpt. (1)
  17. Coriolanus and his Mother [graphic] : [Act V, scene 3] / painted by Lebarbier ; engraved by W. Holl. (1)
  18. Coriolanus at the Lyceum [graphic] / Cyrus C. Cuneo. (1)
  19. Coriolanus at the Lyceum, scene from act III, Volumnia -- "Down ladies; let us shame him with our knees ..." [graphic] / Balliol Salmon, 1901. (1)
  20. Coriolanus playbill (1)