Edinburgh and London: Printed for the Scottish Text Society by William Blackwood and Sons, 1891, 1893.
Leather bound. 9" X 6". lix, 401pp. xii, 374pp. Quarter dark red leather with green cloth over boards. Spines lettered in gilt. Ex-University of Aberdeen Library, with front covers stamped thus in blind, stickers to spines, small stamps to title pages and other pages, and bookplates to front pastedowns. Top edges gilt, with staining to both volumes' top edges. Moderate edgewear, heaviest at head and tail of spines, with rubbing and bumping in to corners. Sunning to spines. Light scattered rubbing. Bindings are tight and sound. Pages are clean and unmarked. Quite attractively bound copies of volumes I and II of this collection of satirical, political poetry from the Scottish Reformation. Other titles bound similarly are available. This is a heavy set and will require additional postage for international or priority orders. Very good. Item #1815