Shakespeare and Precious Stones by George Frederick Kunz


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The Project Gutenberg eBook, Shakespeare and Precious Stones, by George
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Title: Shakespeare and Precious Stones
Treating of the Known References of Precious Stones in Shakespeare's Works, with Comments as to the Origin of His Material, the Knowledge of the Poet Concerning Precious Stones, and References as to Where the Precious Stones of His Time Came from


Author: George Frederick Kunz



Release Date: June 13, 2005 [eBook #16055]

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SHAKESPEARE AND PRECIOUS STONES

by

GEORGE FREDERICK KUNZ, Ph.D., A.M., D.Sc.





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THE CURIOUS LORE OF PRECIOUS STONES

Being a description of their sentiments and folklore, superstitions,
symbolism, mysticism, use in protection, prevention, religion and
divination, crystal gazing, birth-stones, lucky stones and talismans,
astral, zodiacal, and planetary.


THE MAGIC OF JEWELS AND CHARMS

Magic jewels and electric gems; meteorites or celestial stones; stones
of healing; fabulous stones, concretions and fossils; snake stones and
bezoars; charms of ancient and modern times; facts and fancies about
precious stones.

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