Scott, Sir Walter; Lockhart, J. G. [editor]. The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart., Complete in One Volume; With all his Introductions and Notes; also Various Readings, and the Editor's Notes. Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1869. 
Full green morocco decorated in gilt, raised bands with six panels to spine, 7 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches, high points rubbed but with no cracks or damage; corner tips bumped. Gilt board edges and page edges, marbled end papers, bookplate "Craigie Hall, Bellahouston, Govan." Text & engravings clean and bright. Frontispiece portrait of Scott, extra engraved title page, 24 additional engraved plates, 1 folding facsimile page; all plates fine with tissue guards. Text & plates near fine; binding good. Printed in double columns, purple ribbon marker detached and laid in. Very good.
"This Volume contains a more complete Collection of Sir Walter Scott's Poetry than has ever before appeared. In addition to the great Metrical Romances, and the Miscellaneous Pieces given in the later Editions, it includes, for the first time, the Songs and Fragments scattered over his Novels, and various Specimens, both Serious and Comic, which were originally printed in the Memoirs of His Life." - Notice.
First published in 1841.