SCOTT, Walter (1771-1832). The Journal. Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1890. 2 volumes, 8° (214 x 134mm). Colour-printed frontispieces, title vignettes, and double-page map. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with 99 18th- and 19th-century etched, engraved and lithographic portraits and views, some hand-coloured, and a facsimile of an autograph letter signed from Scott to the bookseller Tilt. (Volume II, B8 and 2 prints detached.) Early 20th-century crushed blue morocco gilt by Bayntun, the covers with gilt fillet borders, the spines gilt in 6 compartments, titled in 2 and dated at the foot, the others decorated with gilt panels, gilt-ruled turn ins, gilt edges (spines slightly faded).
[John Gibson LOCKHART (1794-1854).] Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Edinburgh and London: Ballantyne and Co. for Robert Cadell and John Murray and Whittaker and Co., 1837-1837. 7 volumes, 8° (200 x 117mm). Half-titles. Engraved frontispiece, EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with an autograph letter signed by Lockhart to Taylor, discussing an article by Southey about Telford, 16 August 1838, one page, 8°, and 350 18th- and 19th-century engraved, etched and other prints, some mounted or inlaid to size. (Scattered light spotting.) Late 19th-century half crushed olive morocco gilt by Tout & Sons, the spines gilt in 6 compartments, titled in 2, the others decorated with thistle tools, top edges gilt, others trimmed (spines faded).
Together with Scott's Marmion (London: 1839) and Marmion (Edinburgh: 1855), both elaborately bound in morocco, the second by Birdsall. (11)