The Red Books of Scotland - Further information & Purchase Details

As of 5th April 2018, we are very pleased to announce the release of an edited, updated and extended edition of the Red Book of Scotland which now comprises 8 volumes containing almost 7,500 pages.

Each volume in this new series extends to approximately 950 pages and all are in fully searchable pdf format. Samples of content can be viewed via the links below. Please note that hard copies are not currently available, however, a number of purchasers have taken advantage of modern print facilities and have had hard copies printed and bound directly from the digital files. Should this be of interest to you we are happy to recommend professional binderies. Please contact us for further information.

Should you have already purchased one or more volumes in this series since 1st April 2017, as a thank you for your support, we offer you the choice of a comparable number of volumes from this series free of any charge. To claim your free volume simply drop us a note via our "contact" page with your name and volume choice.

The current cost per volume is £30.

The First Series of the Red Book is registered under the following ISBN numbers:

ISBN 10: 0-9545628-5

ISBN 13: 978-0-9545628-5

Content

Vol. 1. A-Br. View Contents

Vol. 2. Bu-Cu. View Contents

Vol. 3. D-Fo. View Contents

Vol. 4. Fo-Le. View Contents

Vol. 5. Le-Mo. View Contents 

Vol. 6. Mo-Pr. View Contents

Vol. 7. R-St. View Contents

Vol. 8. St-Y. View Contents

 

Sample Content:

To purchase individual volumes please use the payment facility below, remembering to select the volume of your choice from the drop-down menu;


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To purchase the full set of eight volumes please use the payment facility below.





Help us to do more:

All proceeds from sales are used to fund on-going research. Sponsorship of focused research projects and donations to help with running costs such as domain hosting and the purchasing of digital images via pay-to-view sites such as Scotlands People are always welcomed and greatly appreciated. Please contact to discuss further.