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History of the Religious House of Pluscardyn

History of the Religious House of Pluscardyn


Title: History of the Religious House of Pluscardyn - Convent of the Vale of Saint Andrew in Morayshire: with Introduction, containing the history and a description of the present state of the mother-house of the order of Vallis Caulium (Val des Choux) in Burgundy
Author: Rev. S. R. Macphail
Publisher: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, Edinburgh
Date: 1881


Hardback - 1st Edition. xvii, 285pp. B/w and colour plates and facsimiles

  • Additional Product Information

    Pluscarden Abbey as we know it today owes its foundation to King Alexander II of Scotland in the year 1230. The parent house in France, the Priory of Vallis Caulium, had been founded just over thirty years earlier in Burgundy.

    For further information on Pluscarden please visit:

    Pluscarden: Historical perspective for Pluscarden (

  • Condition Notes

    In good condition generally with just some looseness in the binding however remains intact. The bevelled-edged cover boards remain in clean with little damage except for some folding at the top and base of the spine. Inside the text pages remain bright and clean throughout. All fac-similes of documents(many as pullouts) remain intact and all present. All in all a fine copy.


    Please check the images associated with this Book to gain a clear insight into the book's condition and if you require further details please send an email enquiry.

  • Provenance

    From the Gul D. Geddes Equitis library - original book plate on inside end paper.

  • Shipping Information

    This is a large book and in total the weight is 1.3 kg. Due to the value and weight/Volume of this edition, additional shipping costs may well be requested if shipping to a non UK Destination.

    Please contact us if you are interested in this edition and require further costs regarding shipping. 

    For the UK the total cost will be £12.00 via next working day Courier

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