First edition, first printing published 1904 by Walter Scott Publishing Co, Ltd

With 25 Full Page Illustrations

Translated from the Swedish by Josef Fredbarj


Condition: Vg-, 226pp with 25 full page plates. Large, heavy volume. Publisher's original dark red cloth with gilt and blind-stamped designs and titles to the upper board and spine, gilt borders and bevelled edges. Light wear to the corners and to the spine tips which have some scuffing and fading, the spine has dulled a little as have the titles and designs which are still clearly visible. Boards are clean and bright, rough cut text block, original black endpapers. Foxing to the prelim's front and rear otherwise tightly bound and clean. Beautiful Illustrated plates. Uncommon volume. 


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