Marmion A Tale Of Flodden Field by Sir Walter Scott
A poem on one of the greatest disasters in Scottish history, the battle of Flodden Field (1513), where an English army inflicted heavy losses on the Scots, killing King James IV and most of his nobles. The poem also concerns the designs of Lord Marmion, a favourite of Henry VIII, upon a wealthy heiress, Clara de Clare.
- Publisher Charles Tilt, London; 1839
- Full Gilt Decorated Burgundy Leather Hardback with Full Gilt Page Edges, 312 pp
- The Illustrated Edition with additional title and 10 plates by J. M. W. Turner and others.
- Size 170 x 110mm, 475g
Condition: Very Good – Professionally Rebound with Original Covers, No Inscriptions, Very Good Condition
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