By Sir Walter Scott
Edinburgh   Archibald Constable
8.5" by 4" 445pp
The popular Scottish narrative poem by Sir Walter Scott, an impressive work by the national bard, with an engraved title page.
By Sir Walter Scott

1825 The Lady of the Lake

Edinburgh   Archibald Constable
8.5" by 4" 445pp
The popular Scottish narrative poem by Sir Walter Scott, an impressive work by the national bard, with an engraved title page.
£40.00
: 0.5kgs / : 821P52

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Illustrated, Leather Binding

A nice new illustrated edition.

Illustrated with an engraved title page. 

'The Lady of the Lake' is a long narrative poem set in Scotland, written by the Scottish national bard Sir Walter Scott.

It tells of the love rivalry between three men for Ellen Douglas, the feud between King James V and James Douglas, and a war between lowland and highland Scots. It is composed of six cantos.

Prize label to the front paste down, dated 1829.

Condition

In a full calf binding. Externally, with a little rubbing to the boards and spine. Joints are lightly faded. A small amount of wear to the head of spine, minor bumping to the extremities. Prize label to the front paste down. Prior owner's ink inscription to the recto to the front free endpaper. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright with some spots.

Good

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