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Dark green cloth, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. Top edge gilt. The Ichthyological portion includes the fishes of the East Coast. Corners and edges rubbed. Name in ink to half-title. Very slight page-edge browning. Rear cover dampmarked. A few hinges pulled. A few pencil annotations to margins. REDUCED FROM Â£190.
Chiefly the counties of Roxburgh, Selkirk, Peebles, Berwick and Haddington. Erased name to front pastedown. Corners worn.
And Memories of Old Academy Days. Vellum spine. Blue boards. Limited to 250 copies. Top edge gilt. Copy no. 144. Spine rubbed and darkened.
Large format. White cloth, gilt decorations. Limited to 250 copies. Colour plates. Copy no. 85. Endpapers lightly browned. Corners bumped. Spine somewhat darkened.
Three-quarters brown calf binding, gilt title to spine, Purple boards, marbled edges. Folding map. Map torn with no loss else contents very good indeed. Corners worn.
MEMOIRS OF THE LIVES AND CHARACTERS OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE GEORGE BAILLIE OOF JERVISWOOD
Written by George Baillie.
Stock no. 988910
1824. Very good condition.
Printed at Edinburgh. Second edition. Pages: xvi, 165. Modern rebinding in paper boards, cloth spine with paper label. Untrimmed edges. A few foxspots to contents.
Brown cloth, white title label to spine. 573 pages. Scotsmen emminent for schievements. Contents very good. Foxing to front endpapers. Covers worn and dampstained.
NATIONAL RECORD OF THE VISIT OF QUEEN VICTORIA TO SCOTLAND IN SEPTEMBER 1842
Written by James Buist.
Stock no. 989798
Published by The Perth Printing Company. 1st 1842. Very good condition.
Pages: viii, 248. Original green cloth boards, new matching green cloth spine with paper label. Pages lightly browned. Boards scuffed.
Large format. Green cloth, gilt titles. xxviii+334 pages. A reprint of the 1891 edition which was in itself an amended reprint of the 1822 edition. The geological sections of the 1822 edition are omitted but a sketch of the author's life and work is added. Corners rubbed. Bottom of spine slightly chipped. Contents near fine.
Pictorial paperwraps. B/w photos. Issue numbers: 49 from 1959, 127 & 128 from 1979, 132 & 134 from 1980, 135 (4 copies) & 136 (2 copies) from 1981, 137 from 1981. Also includes two copies of Shetland Life numbers 6 and 10 from 1981. Copy number 49 from 1959 very worn, others very good indeed.
Folk Tales of the World series, a Scottish folk tale. Glazed pictorial boards. Colour illustrations. ISBN: 0216940222. Name and number written on front endpaper. Minimal bumping to corners.