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A Hundred Years In The Highlands

£14.99

Product description

Popular edition 1924. Purple cloth boards with gilt titles on the spine. Spine is sunned with bumping at the top and base. Blind stamped stag's head on the front board. Fore edge and lower edge are untrimmed. First and final end papers are lightly tanned. Title pages have some light foxing. First two contents pages are damaged at the fore edge where they were separated. Hinge is cracked at pg.1 otherwise binding is sound. No inscriptions. Clean and crisp pages. Four black and white plates. This is a book of reminiscences from 1842-1922C, written to give pleasure to those who love the West Coast Highlands. Osgood Hanbury Mackenzie was a Scottish landowner and the creator of a famous garden at Inverewe, near Poolewe in Wester Ross.

Item details

Added value:
Popular Edition
Author(s):
Mackenzie, Osgood Hanbury
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8" x 5"
Edition:
1924
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
272
Publisher:
Edward Arnold & Co.

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About this item

Popular edition 1924. Purple cloth boards with gilt titles on the spine. Spine is sunned with bumping at the top and base. Blind stamped stag's head on the front board. Fore edge and lower edge are untrimmed. First and final end papers are lightly tanned. Title pages have some light foxing. First two contents pages are damaged at the fore edge where they were separated. Hinge is cracked at pg.1 otherwise binding is sound. No inscriptions. Clean and crisp pages. Four black and white plates. This is a book of reminiscences from 1842-1922C, written to give pleasure to those who love the West Coast Highlands. Osgood Hanbury Mackenzie was a Scottish landowner and the creator of a famous garden at Inverewe, near Poolewe in Wester Ross.

Added value:
Popular Edition
Author(s):
Mackenzie, Osgood Hanbury
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8" x 5"
Edition:
1924
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
272
Publisher:
Edward Arnold & Co.

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