The Merchant of Venice Caskets

Which casket says “Who chooseth me shall gain what many men desire” on the outside, and “All that glisters [glitters] is not gold […]” on the inside? The Gold Casket
Which casket says “Who chooseth me shall get as much as he deserves.” on the outside, and has a picture of an idiot on the inside? The Silver Casket
Which casket says “Who chooseth me must give and hazard all he hath” on the outside? The Lead Casket
Who picks the gold casket? Why? Prince of MoroccoHe assumes gold is the most valuable of the three metals, which must match the great worth of Portia.
Who picks the silver casket? Why? The Prince of ArragonHe arrogantly believes that he deserves the great privilege of winning Portia’s companionship.
Who picks the lead casket? Why? BassanioHe chose based off of common sense and knew that he cannot judge the caskets based on the metals and decorations. He chooses the humble lead casket.
What is on the inside of the silver casket? A picture of the blinking idiot holding a scroll up to read.
What is inside of the lead casket? A portrait of Portia (counterfeit)
What is inside of the gold casket? A “death” (skull)
In order to marry Portia, suitors must choose one of three caskets. What is the correct casket made of? Lead