Title: The Stories of the Kings of Norway - Called ...
Publisher: London: Bernard Quaritch, 1893.
Publication Date: 1893
The Saga Library series, Edited from the Icelandic by William Morris and Eiríkr Magnússon. Heimskringla Vol I. With a large map of Norway in pocket at rear (in VG condition). 410 pp. Contents: The Story of the Ynglings, The Story of Halfdan the Black, Harald hairfair, Hakon the Good, King Harald Greycloak and of Earl Hakon the Son of Sigurd, King Olaf Tryggvison & Explanation of the Metaphors in the Verses. Text clean throughout. Top edge gilt. Front and bottom edges untrimmed. Previous owners' bookplates and inscription on feps. Hand drawn map of Iceland, Ireland, Great Britain and Scandinavia on ffep. Family tree of Halfdan the Black (King of Agdir) written neatly on back of half-title. Newspaper cutting of death of Magnusson pasted onto rear ep. Dark green cloth boards with gilt lettering and leaf motif on front board. Back of spine has been repaired with black leather which joins original leather on boards. No lettering on spine. Corners rubbed. Overall condition VG. Bookseller Inventory # 5265
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