Chapter 1: Scotland - History
found: 7 books

The Cleikum : Being Interesting Reminiscences of Old Innerleithen (Selections Made by His Daughter)
"Border Telegraph", Galashiels. 1933, First Edition. Hardcover. 169 pages (complete). A rare copy of the first edition of this much loved book. Anderson's columns in the local Peeblesshire newspapers are legendary. The Cleikum by J.A.A. appeared every week in The Peeblesshire News until his death in 1932. Erudite and articulate, he wrote on a wide range of topics and places and particularly about Innerleithen, Walkerburn and Traquair. His love and knowledge of his native parish made him an automatic member of a group which was to devise and inaugurate the Cleikum Ceremonies in 1901 that still run today. The boards have wear to the edges and corners. They have storage marks and stains. The cloth spine is scuffed and mild-mannered, as well as being healthy. The contents are foxed early and then later on. Nonetheless the pages are genial, clean and clear, comfortable and companionable. A contented book. fk. Good/No Jacket.
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Book number: bzyr
USD 150.00 [Appr.: EURO 133 | £UK 115 | JP¥ 16782]

The Silver Casket : Being Lovel-Letters and Love-Poems Attributed to Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots Now Modernised or Translated, with an Introduction
Home & Van Thal, Ltd. London. 1946, First Edition. Hardcover. 54 pages (complete). Ex-library (Wisconsin Library School, Madison, Wisconsin) copy with consequent stamps, wear and use. The boards are much worn and scuffed all about. They are steady and sure. The contents are pleasing. They are tight, benign, clean, clear, poignant, neat. fk. Good/No Jacket.
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Book number: 44it
USD 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 4.5 | £UK 4 | JP¥ 559]

Traditions of Edinburgh - 2 Volumes
W C Tait, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 1825, First Edition. Hardcover. Two volumes (complete). Both are in comfortable, contented condition. Robert Chambers was the brother of William, who set up his own publishing firm (that still lives on, and publishes the excellent Chambers Dictionary). The copies of the publication of 'Traditions of Edinburgh' were the last to be printed on William's first presses! Fully bound in leather. This is comfortably worn and buffed by handling and use. They are placid and sure. The contents of both are clean, clear. They have blotches of aging, some evidence of contented wear. The pages are most genial and convivial, confident and certain. fk. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Book number: cbfz
USD 76.00 [Appr.: EURO 67.5 | £UK 58.5 | JP¥ 8503]

History of the Munros of Fowlis with Genealogies of the Principal Families of the Name: To Which Are Added Those of Lexington and New England
A & W Mackenzie, Inverness. 1898, First Edition. Hardcover. 632 pages (complete). A contented copy. The boards are placid. They have edge and corner wear. There is some mild scuffing. However, the boards are steady and sure. Within, the frontis and end papers are foxed. The early pages have light marking from storage and handling. Beyond these, the contents are in most pleasing condition. They are clean, clear, generous, careful, diligent, more than competent, amenable. fk. Good/No Jacket.
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Book number: ccfs
USD 150.00 [Appr.: EURO 133 | £UK 115 | JP¥ 16782]

Great Scots
George Pulman and Sons. 1914. Softcover. 28 pages (complete). Portraits by Joseph Simpson. Text by whisky merchant, the first Baron Dewar. Printed on handpressed, watermarked paper. A genial copy. The card covers are much worn and creased and marked all about. Stapled binding with string. The binding is comfortable and secure. The contents have light annotations in pencil throughout (mostly underlining of certain facts). Nonetheless, the pages are comforting, clean, clear, amiable, amenable, convivial. fk. Fair/No Jacket.
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Book number: bvqc
USD 29.00 [Appr.: EURO 25.75 | £UK 22.25 | JP¥ 3245]

The History of Scotland, from the Union to the Abolition of the Heritable Jurisdictions in Mdccxlviii. To Which Is Subjoined, a Review of Ecclesiastical Affairs, Teh Progress of Society, the State of the Arts, &C to the Year Mdcccxxvii - Two Volumes (Complete Set)
Blackie, Fullarton, & Co, Glasgow / A Fullarton & Co. Edinburgh. 1827, First Edition. Hardcover. Two volumes (complete). A third volume of this history of Scotland (requested by his Edinburgh publisher, Archibald Fullarton) was intended but never finished. These copies are acceptably worn and aged. Quarter leather. Marbled boards. The boards are much worn all about. They are rubbed, scuffed, marked too. The leathered corners and spines are also worn, benign, placid. Both the boards and the spines are assured and sure. Within, the pages are gently aged. Hand press-printing. The contents, although showing signs of wear and of years, are comfortable, clear, genial. All plates etc are present. The pages are contented, certain and competent. fk. Good/No Jacket.
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Book number: catk
USD 120.00 [Appr.: EURO 106.25 | £UK 92 | JP¥ 13426]

A History of the Scottish People from the Earliest Times - with a Continuation to the Jubilee Year of Her Majesty Queen Victoria (1887) . : Divisional- Volume V: From the Accession of Charles I, 1625, to the Union of the Kingdoms, 1706
Blackie & Son, Limited, London, Glasgow & Dublin. 1896, First Edition. Hardcover. 326 pages (complete). Volume Five only. A patient, much owned copy. The boards are resolutely prettily titled. The boards, though, are much worn, scuffed and marked all about from storage and handling. The spine and boards are, however, sound and sturdy. Within, the contents have evidence of use throughout. The pages have handling marks and some wear. Nonetheless, the pages are benign, clear, confident, certain, very assured. A competent, still agreeable copy. fk. Fair/No Jacket.
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Book number: bsri
USD 40.00 [Appr.: EURO 35.5 | £UK 30.75 | JP¥ 4475]

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