The Hawick Tradition of 1514: The Town's Common, Flag and Seal
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W. & J. Kennedy, Hawick.
Brown leather bound boards with gilt lettering and crest.
Boards scuffed at edges and spine. Binding secure. Foxing to flyleaves, but printed pages largely unmarked. Illustrations and plates clean and clear, tissue guards intact.
First edition, 1898.
Illustrated by seven black and white photographs of paintings by Tom Scott, with tissue guards Also colour and black and white drawings by John Wallace, Facsimiles of council records and a fold out map in two colours by Jas. P. Alison. Historic inscription to previous owner. Approx. 18 x 22 cm. 268 pp.
A History of the Scottish Borders town of Hawick, known for it's unique flag and seal dating back to 1524.