The surviving exemplars of James Shirley’s play Triumph of Peace (London, 1633/4) have defeated the attempts of generations of bibliographers to classify them. Any two copies are likely to show some pages with identical typesettings, some with partly different settings, and some entirely different. The following table summarizes my own conclusions about the work. It is a color rendition of Appendix 3 (pp. 210-211) in my article “James Shirley’s Triumph of Peace: Analyzing Greg’s Nightmare” (Studies in Bibliography 60 [2018], 107-211). Based on the evidence of fifty-seven copies, this Master Table of Printing Variants reflects the study’s conclusion that the book as a whole was produced in four discrete printings. While each quire evolves in isolation from the others, the phases align across the quires of the surviving copies.