Dive sent me a photo of the Divebrary. Looks like my book takes its position slumming on the shelf with Voltaire, Spenser and Shakespeare.
Those are pretty books, aren't they? They're not old--not antique, anyway. They're specially-made sets for modern collectors. I have a collection of Arden Shakespeare paperbacks, but it's not the same thing.
Pretty much anything ever published that there's more than one of has been published again in an ornate, gilded set, especially if it's in the public domain. Jane Austen, famous poets, Charles Dickens. You can even get the Harry Potter hardcover boxed set in an actual box. (Hard to tell, but it's probably cardboard.) I didn't find anything like Dive's collections, though. I don't know where you order those. From the back of magazines, maybe?
You'll never believe how long it took me to write this little post. You get on the web and start looking for these collectors' sets, and you are down a rabbit hole. But I guess that's true of the web, whether you're searching for books or socks.
I'll just take a moment to remind you this is the final day of Read an Ebook Week on Smashwords. Camelot & Vine is 25% off, and you can find other specials from the home page, including free ebooks. If you prefer a paperback, or if you read on a Kindle, take advantage of the C&V birthday month special on Amazon.