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Regimental Museum of the Black Watch. Catalogue of Principal Exhibits.

By: none stated

Price: $20.00

Publisher: D. Leslie, N.D.

Edition: Later Printing

A thin white booklet showing light wear to wrappers but tightly bound and clean. View more info

The Fifty-Second (Lowland) Division 1914-1918

By: Thompson, Lieutenant Colonel R.R.

Price: $114.95

Publisher: Glasgow, Maclehose, Jackson & Co., 1923

Edition: First Edition

Blue cloth boards, gilt titles on spine, Front and rear hinges starting, threads showing. Overall edge, corner wear as well as rubbing to boards. Commensurate with age and rarity. Some light staining to front. PON on ffep and elaborate bookplat einside fron board. Color plates and fold out maps, rough cut pages, tops darkened. Details the Division's history which served at Gallipoli, Egypt & Palestine and finally on the Western Front in NW Europe.; 610 pages View more info

The Piper In Peace And War

By: Malcolm, C.A.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Hardwicke Press, 1993

Edition: Facsimile

A clean tight facsimile reprint of the original dating from 1927. BOund in green cloth with gilt titles, this copy shows light shelf and edge wear, with a jacket protected in mylar. View more info

The Sword Of The North Highland Memories Of The Great War

By: MacEchern, Dugald

Price: $700.00

Publisher: Inverness, Robert Carruthers & Sons, 1923

Edition: First Edition

630 Photo-Processed Engavings, Red cloth boards w/ gilt titles, darkened on spine. 1 inch tear to cloth at head of spine. Boards show moderate soiling, rubbing, corner/edgewear. Spine floating, hinges intact but threads showing (there are only 3 tapes sewn in for this immense volume.) Pages tops darkened, several blue ink checks, brief underlines scattered sparsely through pps, light foxing, otherwise clean. Very solid, very rare book in condition commensurate with... View more info