Book Description

Queen Victoria's diary from 1862 to 1882 of her time in the Highlands, Scotland, that she spent as a widow after the death of Prince Albert. She dedicates the book to her 'devoted personal attendant and faithful friend John Brown' whose death she records on the last page.
Dealer Notes
13 black and white plates within text
Ownership inscription of Evelyn D G Burston 1917 to title page, and Burston to front endpaper, bookplate to front pastedown
Date 1884, First edition
Binding Dark green cloth boards with gilt
Publisher Smith, Elder & Co, London
Condition Edges, corners, spine ends rubbed, spine a little faded, hinges cracked but holding
Pages 8vo (21.5cm) pp. xiv, 404

Price: £45.00

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