I was going to suggest going to your library or searching your local library network online. My online library network encompasses several counties as well as several large metro libraries.
Any book is available from any library in the network by putting a hold on it at my local library through my online account. When the book arrives at my library, I get an email and phone call. Then I go pick it up.
Currently I have a copy of Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture.
Stickley and Craftsman designs don't usually have crown moldings. Their beauty is in their simplicity. But......
I did come across a site online with a design that may interest you. It is 42" wide 14" deep and 84" high. A stately bookcase with crown moulding. All shelves and no doors. I assume you will make any dimensional adjustments to suit your preference. You aren't likely to find a plan that meet your stated requirements exactly.
Also I do not have any affiliation with the website, have never purchased from them, and this is not an endorsement. I assume no responsibility for
any business transactions that may result from this post. It is,in my opinion, a very handsome bookcase however.
The plans are available here.
An Architectural designed bookcase. By Jeff Branch.