Hardback in Mint condition, with dustwrapper in Mint condition. First edition, ppxxvi, 345. With colour and b&w illustrations, notes, reading list, indices. The castle is an iconic building type and one of the most distinctive architectural emblems in the British Isles. This book covers the entire history of Scotland s castles, from the very first stone castles in the 13th century to those of the present day. Ever since its medieval origins, the concept of the castle has undergone constant changes, with the tall tower house being superseded in the 17th century by the classical house, and in th... View More...
Paperback in Fine condition. First edition, with pp128, colour and b&w photographs. With preface by Ian M Davidson, conservation manager- North East The National Trust for Scotland. Foreword by Trevor Croft. With bibliography.An informative look at the issues affecting the history, design, use and future of the Scottish home. This comprehensive study provides insights on the development of home both great and small, and their use throughout the centuries. It also details the materials with which they were built and the means by which they can be cared for. Topics considered include architectu... View More...
Paperback, Mint condition, First edition, Pp 224, 195 illustrations, 68 in colour, Bibliography, A richly illustrated survey of the complete history of Scottish architecture, from the circular houses of Skara Brae to the new Parliament at Edinburgh.S23. View More...
The Scottish Society for Northern Studies, 1993. 0950599476: 1993
Edition: 1st Edition
Seller ID: 123
Paperback in As New condition. First edition. Pp vi, 264, with b&w photographs, maps, charts, illustrations and list of abbreviations. The history, geology and landscape of Moray, with chapters about Macbeth, the Wolf of Badenoch, the Picts and the Sueno stone. It also mentions the historic architecture of Moray and the pattern of Moray building. S3. View More...
Society of Antiquities of Scotland, 1934.: 1934
Edition: 1st Edition
Seller ID: 898
Condition: Very Good
Stitched pamphlet, in Very Good condition. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland [1933-34], pp 50, b&w illustrations. A detailed look at the construction and history of Invermark Castle. SCARCE. S13. View More...
Hardcover in Tillypronie Estate buckram library binding with gilt titles to spine, Fine condition. First edition, pp xviii, 304, b&w illustrations, glossary, index. Signed on front free end paper by the author dated 27th August 1967 at Tillypronie. View More...
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