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Loch Etive and The Sons Of Uisnach by Angus Smith Dr - First Edition First Printing - 1879 - from Three Geese In Flight Celtic Books (SKU: 015298)

Loch Etive and The Sons Of Uisnach

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Loch Etive and The Sons Of Uisnach

by Angus Smith Dr

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  • hardcover
  • First
Condition
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About This Item

Original Hardcover Edition London: Macmillan, 1879. Ex-Library. Good+. Hardcover. First Edition First Printing. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Original First Edition 1879 Hardcover Green Cloth Bright Gilt Celtic designs on the cover and gilt lettering on spine. Original plates of the ancient Neolithic Cairns and Celtic Hill forts that follows the Sorrowful Tale of Storytelling, Deirdre and the Sons of Uisneach from Ireland to Dalriada Scotland. The Old Gods and Goddess Tuatha De Dannan and the Fairy sites and their stories . Full page illus too. Frontis with tissue This handsome First Edition does have library flaws. Blackened out number patch on the lower front of the spine. Inside rear cover remains of library stickers and pocket. Front Book plate of Gavin Maxwell. Good+ shape. Tight Clean handsome bright Celtic designs and lettering. No underlines or writing! Some foxing Tight binding and very handsome despite library flaws. Original 1879 Irish and Scottish Fairy Faith folklore and 19th century travel book. Since 1977 Three Geese In Flight selling Celtic Myth and packing with care.

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Three Geese In Flight Celtic Books US (US)
Seller’s Inventory #
015298
Title
Loch Etive and The Sons Of Uisnach
Author
Angus Smith Dr
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Good+
Quantity available
1
Edition
First Edition First Printing
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Macmillan
Place of Publication
London
Date Published
1879
Keywords
scottish fairies irish myth scottish fairies deirdre dalriada celtic mythology irish folklore cairns megalithic journey
Bookseller catalogs
Irish; Scottish; Celtic Studies;
Size
8vo

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We at Three Geese In Flight Books have specialized in Celtic studies and the Arthurian legend with an open shop and mail order presence for well over 30 years.

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plate
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