The Waverley Novels -- 22 vols (incomplete set)

By: Scott, Sir Walter

Price: $285.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good


22 volumes of an incomplete set. Each is complete. Each is quarter leather. Gilt titling. All are elderly, the boards a little weary. The boards are grubby, worn, scuffed. They are steady, efficient, sure. Spines to be described individually. Do note that when the title page illustration refers to a page in the book, the pagination has been corrected by hand. Volume I: "Waverley: or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since". The spine is scuffed, rubbed and worn. The. early and later pages have shallow foxing. The contents are assured. Volume II: "Guy Mannering; or, The Astrologer". The spine is much worn at the head. The early pages are flushed with foxing. The pages are mild, sure. Vol III: "The Antiquary". The spine is much worn at the head. The front pages are spotted with foxing. The pages are tight, clean, clear. Vol IV: "Rob Roy". The spine is rubbed, dulled and lightly worn along the seams. The front and later pages are smeared with foxing. The contents are convivial, clear. Vol V: "The Black Dwarf, and a Legend of Montrose". The early and later pages are spotted with age-related foxing. The contents are benign and occasionally spotted, otherwise clean and clear. Vol VIII: "The Bride of Lammermoor". Very light spotting of foxing fore and aft. The contents are amiable and agreeable. Vol IX: "Ivanhoe: A Romance". The spine is lightly worn, scuffed and dulled. The contents have flushes of foxing front and back. They are otherwise clean and clear and comfortable. Vol X: "The Monastery". The spine is much worn to the foot. Only mildly flecked with foxing. The contents are mild-mannered, clean, benevolent. Vol XI: "The Abbot: A Sequel". The spine is much worn to head and foot. The contents are benign with some spots of foxing fore and aft and along some edges. Otherwise, the contents are congenial, comfortable, certain. Vol XII: "Kenilworth". The spine has much wear to the head. The early and later pages are mildly spotted with foxing. Vol XIII: "The Pirate". In comparison, the spine has light wear. The contents have very occasional smears of foxing. Overwhelmingly, they clean and convivial, certain. Vol XIV: "Fortunes of Nigel". The spine is a little chapped and worn. The contents are freckled with foxing to the front and rear. There are sporadic annotations. Otherwise, certain and assured. Vol XV: "Peveril of the Peak". The spine has wear to the head, scuffing along the body. The contents have age-related marks and spots to the front and rear. Vol XVI: "Quentin Durward". The spine has light wear to the head and foot. Shallow foxing to the front and later pages. The pages are clean and confident and certain. Vol XVII: "St Ronan's Well". The spine has much wear at the head. Some shallow age-related marks to front and end pages. The contents are mild, clean and clear. Vol XVIII: "Redgauntlet". The spine has much wear to the head and foot and along the seams. Some annotations within. Mild foxing to the front and rear. The pages are tight, congenial and confident. Vol XIX: "The Betrothed, and The Highland Widow". Some benign wear to the head and foot. Mildly marked by age to the very early and end papers. The contents are comfortable, certain, tidy. Vol XX: "The Talisman: A Tale of the Crusaders". The spine has much wear to the head. The early and later pages have shallow foxing. The contents are mellow, generous, amiable. Vol XXI: "Woodstock". The spine is only lightly worn. The contents have light rashes of foxing. The contents are mild-mannered, certain, pleasant. Vol XXII: "The Fair Maid of Perth; or, St Valentine's Day". The spine is chapped and worn. The early and later pages have some age-related and handling marks. The end page is creased. The contents are certain, comfortable, neat. Vol XXIII: "Anne of Geierstein; or, The Maiden of the Mist". The spine is cracked and a little worn from shelving. The early and later pages have light smears of foxing. The pages are tight, healthy, clean. Vol XXIV: " Count Robert of Paris". The spine has light wear. The pages have very shallow smears of foxing fore and aft. Otherwise, the contents are convivial, clean and clear, tidy and assured. Despite their age, wear, the set is comfortable and keen. fk. Our orders are shipped using tracked courier delivery services.

Title: The Waverley Novels -- 22 vols (incomplete set)

Author Name: Scott, Sir Walter

Categories: Fiction - Walter Scott,

Edition: Reprints

Publisher: The Waverley Book Company, Ltd / A & C Black Ltd., London: 1904

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Hardcover

Seller ID: 74rf