The Scottish Sale: Antiques and Interiors
20 Aug 2013, starting at 11:00 BST with lot 1.
21 Aug 2013, starting at 11:00 BST with lot 230.

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TAYLOR (JOHN) A Medical Treatise on the Virtues of St Bernard's Well, 1790--DALZEL (ANDREW) History of the University of Edinburgh, 2 vol., 1862--DUNLOP (JOHN CHARLES) and ALISON HAY DUNLOP, The Book of Old Edinburgh, 1886--HILL (CUMBERLAND) Reminiscences of Stockbridge and Neighbourhood, 1874--[WILLIAMSON (PETER)] Williamson's Directory for the City of Edinburgh, Canongate, Leith, and Suburbs, 1773--[CHAMBERS (ROBERT)] The Ancient Domestic Architecture of Edinburgh: Edinburgh,[Chambers, 1859]--PAUL (JAMES BALFOUR) Monumental Inscriptions in St Cuthbert's Churchyard, Edinburgh, 1919 (8)

MAITLAND (WILLIAM) The History of Edinburgh, from its Foundation to the Present Time, Edinburgh, for the Author, 1753

STORER (J. AND H.S.) Views in Edinburgh and its Vicinity, 2 vol.; BAIRD (WILLIAM) Annals of Duddingston and Portobello, 1898; TAYLOR (JOSEPH) A Journey to Edenborough, 1903 (4)

KING (JESSIE MARION) STEELE (ISOBEL K. C.) The Enchanted Capital of Scotland, [1945]; The Grey City of the North [1910]; COLLINS (J. CHURTON, editor) Poems of Shelley [c.1905](3)

JACOBITES AND CULLODEN HOGG (JAMES) The Jacobite Relics of Scotland, 1819--The Scots Magazine, [1847]--The Scots Magazine, July 1743 (3)

MAULE (HENRY)Miscellanea Pictica, 1818--MONCRIEFF (THOMAS) Memoirs Concerning the Ancient Alliance Between the French and Scots, 1819--[ANNE (GRANT)] Letters From the Mountains, 3 vol., 1813; Memoirs of an American Lady, 2 vol., 1808 (7)

STODDART (JOHN) Remarks on Local Scenery and Manners in Scotland, 2 vol., 1801--GARNETT (THOMAS) Observations on a Tour Through the Highlands and Part of the Western Isles of Scoland, 2 vol., 1800 (4)

CORDINER [CHARLES] Antiquities and Scenery of the North of Scotland, 1780--DE CARDONNEL (ADAM) Picturesque Antiquities of Scotland, 1788, 4to (2)

A rare engraved Alloa coffee pot and jug Attributed to Emanuel or Stephen Lerche

A large Wemyss 'Cabbage Roses' basket

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