About this item
Published by Robert Cadell and Whittaker, Edinburgh 1830-1833 First Thus. 22 novels of a larger set. 6.5 x 4.25 inches. Half leather. Good condition, no jacket. These novels are all by Sir Walter Scott although his name is not in them. Binding is half green leather with marbled boards. Each book has an engraving on the FEP and the title page. The books are generally in good worn condition with some damage to individual volumes - details below.
Volume 15, A legend of Montrose (1830), Vol. 18 The monastery (1830), Vol. 19 The monastery (1" of spine missing) (1830), Vol 20 The Abbott (1831), Vol 21 The Abbott (1831), Vol. 22 Kenilworth (title page missing, page XV loose) (1831), Vol 23 Kenilworth (1831), Vol 24 The Pirate (1831), Vol. 25 The Pirate (title and next page missing) (1831), Vol 26 The fortunes of Nigel (1831), Vol 27 The fortunes of Nigel (1831), Vol. 31 Quentin Durward, Vol 33 St. Ronans Well (fep loose) (1832), Vol 35 Red Gauntlet (title and next two pages loose) (1832), Vol 36 Red Gauntlet (1832). Vol 39 Woodstock (fep + 1 page loose) (1832), Vol. 41 The highland widow (small loss at top of spine) (1832), Vol 44 Anne of Geirstein (1833), Vol 45 Anne of Gierstein (small loss at top of spine) (1832), Vol 46 Count Robert of Paris (1833), Vol 47 Castle dangerous (small loss at bottom of spine), Vol 48 The surgeons daughter (top third of spine missing) 1833.
- Scott, Sir Walter
- Used: very good
- First Thus
- Number of pages:
- Robert Cadell and Whittaker, Edinburgh
- Walter Scott's Waverley novels.
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