In an attractive full leather binding by Clarke of Harrow
Full leather binding with four raised bands, contrasting title label and gilt decoration to spine, and gilt emblem to upper board. Bound by S Clarke of Harrow. Page edges marbled. 14 × 8.5cm, 268pp.
Not signed as such but with a prize label from Harrow to A H Vachell, who was the brother of Horace Annersley Vachell, author of The Hill.
Walter Scott's narrative poem in six cantos set in Teesdale during the English Civil War. Illustrated with frontispiece and lengthy appendices.
An attractive edition. There is some discoloration to the leather boards and some gentle rubbing. Light and sporadic spotted foxing but overall, a handsome copy.
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