The Waverly Novels Vol. I & II by Sir Walter Scott
The Waverly Novels Vol. I & II by Sir Walter Scott
The Waverly Novels Vol. I & II by Sir Walter Scott
The Waverly Novels Vol. I & II by Sir Walter Scott
The Waverly Novels Vol. I & II by Sir Walter Scott
The Waverly Novels Vol. I & II by Sir Walter Scott
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The Waverly Novels Vol. I & II by Sir Walter Scott

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Published by Peter Fenelon Collier & Son and written by Sir Walter Scott, this antique treasure is the perfect addition to your book collection or as stacked decor on your fireplace mantle. Volume I & II of the Dryburgh Edition, London, 1892.

Volume I: Waverley or 'Tis Sixty Years Since (originally published anonymously in 1814), main setting is Perthshire Scotland 1745-1746 

Volume II: Guy Mannering or The Astrologer (originally published anonymously in 1815) is the second novel in the Waverly series, main setting is Galloway, Scotland 1760-5, 1781-2

About the author: Sir Walter Scott was a Scottish historical novelist, poet, playwright, and historian. Scott was born in 1771 in Edinburgh, Scotland and other writings (novels and poems) include Ivanhoe, Rob Roy and Lady of the Lake.

Famous quotes:

“Oh, what a tangled web we weave...when first we practice to deceive.”
― Walter Scott, Marmion

“To all, to each, a fair good-night, And pleasing dreams, and slumbers light.”
― Sir Walter Scott

“You will, I trust, resemble a forest plant, which has indeed, by some accident, been brought up in the greenhouse, and thus rendered delicate and effeminate, but which regains its native firmness and tenacity, when exposed for a season to the winter air.”
― Sir Walter Scott, Redgauntlet

“For he that does good, having the unlimited power to do evil, deserves praise not only for the good which he performs, but for the evil which he forbears.”
― Walter Scott, Ivanhoe

“so wondrous wild, the whole might seem
the scenery of a fairy dream”
― Sir Walter Scott, The Lady of the Lake

Details: volume I and II, overall good condition with light wear and tear from age

All Sea to Skye vintage items are in good condition but will naturally have some signs of age and color variation as you would expect from pre-loved pieces. Please note, vintage items are nonrefundable.