Old Moray: A Description of Old Buildings Illustrated with Two Plans and a Map
Elgin: The Elgin Society, 1948. 1st Edition. Softcover. First Edition. 8vo. Stringbound softcover. Pictorial card covers. 36 pp. B/w plates and maps, including a fold-out map at rear. Clean and bright. No inscriptions. VG+ (Book ref. 06776) £8.00
''The Lintie o' Moray. A Collection of Songs written for and sung at the anniversary meetings of the Edinburgh Morayshire Society from 1829 to 1841''.
Moray District Libraries 1984. Facsimile reprint of new edition originally published by James Watson (Elgin) in 1887. 104pp including Index to Names of Persons and Places. Green boards. Fine in dustwrapper. [with copious footnotes to many of the songs]. (Book ref. 1817) £10.00
''Portrait of the Moray Firth''.
Robert Hale (London) 1977. 242pp; map; 42 photographs. Blue boards. VG in dustwrapper. (Book ref. 3438) £9.00
''Willie Macpherson, the Elgin Fiddler. The Man, the Music, the Fiddle''.
Published by Fraser Macpherson (Wimbish, Essex) 2006. 91pp; illustrated. Designed by Graeme Nairn. Soft covers. Fine. (Book ref. 4381) £9.00
''The Culbin Sands, or the Story of a Buried Estate''.
Nairnshire Telegraph (Nairn) c. 1920. Illustrated edition. 23 pp + 7 photographs. Printed paper covers. VG. (Book ref. 942) £15.00
London: BBC Books, 1991 ISBN:0563360917 First edition, near fine condition, in a near fine unclipped (£16.95) dust-jacket, publisher's original dark blue clothboards with gilt blocking to spine, 240 pages including index, colour photo illustrations---------------------------"The book takes the author to the Galapagos Islands and the Great Barrier Reef, as well as the kelp forests of the Califorian coast, the volcanic seas off Hawaii, and the coral reef of the Caribbean, and face to face with whales, sharks, sting rays, moray eels, the otters of California and the dolphins of the Caribbean." (Book ref. 1504) £12.00
The Moray Book;
Edinburgh, Paul Harris, 1976; 1st edition. Hardback. Very good/ Dj Very good. xiv, 307pp with 20pp of plates, distribution maps etc. Black covers with gilt title on spine. Dust jacket has price intact. " A unique source of information for all those with an interest in the past, present and future of Moray. " (Book ref. 14579) £38.00
The Earldom of Moray and Other Poems;
Edinburgh, 1896; Subscription Edition. Hardback. Good/ No dj. 24pp with green endpapers. Some light marks. Green lightly marked cover swith gilt title on spine. Hard to find. (Book ref. 12880) £38.00
A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Inverness Speyside, Strathpeffer, The Black Isle, The Caledonian Canal, and the Moray Firth Coast;
London, Ward, Lock & Co, nd ( c 1910?); Softcover. Second Edition - revised. 28pp, xiv, 176pp plus 88pp period advertisements. Includes 4 fold-out Maps and upwards of 50 illustratins with Appendices for Anglers, Cyclists and Golfers. Poor condition with binding weak, few pages loose. Pages very clean . Red worn covers with black motif & lettering. Red worn covers with black letterng. Good reading copy. (Book ref. 16418) £12.00
Ord's Bothy Songs and Ballads of Aberdeen, Banff and Moray, Angus and the Mearns
Edinburgh: John Donald, 1990. 085976303X Softback. A very good copy. Pp.xxv,493. 8 photographic illustrations. A classic work with a new Introduction by Alexander Fenton. (Book ref. 16042) £20.00
Report to the Trustees of the Dick Bequest on the Rural Public (formerly Parochial) Schools of Aberdeen, Banff and Moray
Edinburgh: T. & A. Constable, 1890. First Edition. Hardcover. A good copy in publisher's mauve cloth which is faded at edges. The paper title label on spine is chipped and worn but the lettering is readable. 150 pages. Protected in a removable cover. (Book ref. 15790) £25.00
Compton Mackenzie a Panegyric for His Eightieth Birthday Spoken By Moray McLaren in the Scottish Arts Club Edinburgh
Edinburgh: M. MacDonald, 1963. First Edition. A very good copy in wrappers. Inscribed presentation copy form the author. 24 pages. Frontispiece. (Book ref. 13964) £20.00
Documents Relating to the Province of Moray
Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1895. First Edition. A very good copy. Part of lower board a little faded. Bevelled edges. A clean copy without foxing or ownership inscription. Pp.viii,179. (Book ref. 9018) £60.00
The Third Statistical Account of Scotland: The Counties of Moray and Nairn
Glasgow: Collins, 1965. First Edition. A very good copy in a good dustwrapper which has one smallish chip at the foot of the spine and a few spots of foxing. 462pp. 18 plates. 10 text figures. (Book ref. 7439) £28.00
Reports on the Manuscripts of the Earl of Eglinton, Sir J. Stirling Maxwell Bart., C.S.H. Drummond Moray Esq. C.F. Weston Underwood Esq. And G. Wingfield Digby Esq.
London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1885. First Edition. A good copy in paper covers of this Report of the Historical Manuscripts Commission. Re-backed. College stamp on front cover but no other markings. 680pp including index. There is considerable Scottish interest in this volume. (Book ref. 6935) £60.00
The Scottish Lochs 2
Constable & Company, 1972 First Edition 246pp, some water damage to a few pages otherwise a very good copy, VG Second volume. The area north of the Moray Firth to include the Hebrides. (Book ref. 48828) £4.00
Morayshire Described: Being a guide to visitors: Facsimile edition
Moray District Libraries, 1983. First Thus. Hardcover. Very Good+. 1983 facsimile edition, 350+ pages, clean, tight and bright with no tears, creases or inscription, maroon cloth boards are clean and square, unclipped jacket shows some light wear with price sticker remnants to the top front corner ( may clean off with care ). (Book ref. 000751) £22.00
One-inch of Scotland third edition sheet 84, Nairn and Moray Firth.
Southampton: Ordnance survey, 1913. First printing. Mounted in sections on cloth in red Ellis Martin cover with elaborate heraldic design (Hellyer 10). The cloth backing is somewhat wrinkled, but this is still a very good plus copy in Fine covers. (Book ref. 2078) £20.00
The Castles of Grampian and Angus. A Guide to Castles, Castellated Houses, and Mottes from the 12th Century to the Mid 17th Century in the Counties of Aberdeen, Angus, Banff, Kincardine and Moray
Malvern: Folly Publications, 1995. First Edition. Illustrated laminated card cover. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued. 200pp :: B/w illustrations :: 210mm x 150mm (8" x 6") (Book ref. e1580) £12.60
A Vertebrate Fauna of the Moray Basin.
Edinburgh, David Douglas,1895, two volumes,pp. xxiii,306, 309, with illustrations from photographs and a folding linen-backed map. Original cloth, but ex-library copies with a trace of numbers at the bottom of the spines and the gilt faded. Internally there are library labels, ink stamps to the verso of the title-pages and neat blind stamps to the plate margins. There is some inevitable dustiness where the thickness of the folding map has created a gap. Nevertheless these are good, sound working copies. (Book ref. 2335) £90.00