|Title and Author/Editor:||The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Complete In One Volume. With all His Introductions, Notes, Various Readings, and Notes by J. G. Lockhart, Esq. (1876), John Pettie (Martin Hardie, 1908), Scottish and Jacobite Glass (Arnold Fleming, 1938), A Song of Sixpence (A. J. Cronin, 1964), Landscape and Light (Essays by Neil M. Gunn, 1987), The Black Rose (Thomas B. Costain, 1945), Scottish Painting Past and Present, 1620-1908 (James L. Caw, 1975), Arts & Crafts Masterpieces: Architecture 3s (Trevor Garnham, 1999), Allison Watt/Still (2004)|
|Genre:||Poetry, Art, Architecture and Photography, Essays, Treatises and Speeches|
|Binding:||Embossed leather, Cloth on board, Slipcase|
|Period:||Late 19th/ Early 20th Century, Early to Mid 20th Century|
|Edition Statement:||First Edition, Reprints|
|Ex-Libris:||Landscape and Light is an ex. library edition with markings.|
|Volumes:||The two volumes Alison Watt/Still were limited to 1000 copies.|
|Number of Books:||9|
- wear to covers with cocked spine, sunning, bumped corners, rubbed edges and soiling; chipping and price clipped to dust jacket; cracked hinges; loose text blocks; writing/bookplate to endpapers; tanning and foxing to text edges and text blocks; ex. library edition with missing endpaper, call number to spine and stamping.
- Arts & Crafts Masterpieces.