5 edition of British Antarctic expedition, 1907-09 under the command of Sir E. H. Shackleton, c.v.o. found in the catalog.
SHORT CIRCULATION RECORD.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. Shackleton by this time was making no secret of his ambition to return to Antarctica at the head of his own expedition.
Each page is checked manually before printing. Archer's Polar Medal and Scott Memorial Medal. Scott, Edward Wilson, and Ernest Shackleton attempted to reach the South Pole in late 1902 but were forced to turn back 530 miles short of their goal due to a shortage of supplies.
Original green gilt stamped cloth.
Shackleton, The Commander of the Expedition, and Mr. BookSleuth Forgotten the title or the author of a book? With maps and numerous illustrations. Some scattered light foxing else very good. Presentation bookplate on front pastedown. The Barrier later known as the was sighted on 23 January, but the inlet had disappeared; the Barrier edge had changed significantly in the intervening years, and the section which had included the inlet had broken away to form a considerable bay, which Shackleton named the after the large number of whales seen there.
Copies: MC 2 copiesSPRI, 3. There is, of course, nothing new in this. 2 mi from the pole. Foredge with mild foxing otherwise the text block is clean and tight. British Antarctic expedition 16 November 2012 The results, including buyers premium, are shown above after each lot. I would say Lot 194. The Terra Nova expedition set sail in June 1910, and in the following year Wilson led the sortie to a rookery of Emperor Penguins so vividly described by Apsley Cherry Garrard in The Worst Journey in the World.
William Arthur Rupert Michell mis-spelt on the photograph caption.
Cook's narrative of his shoe-string expedition on which he claimed to have reached the north pole.
2 , 3-54, 1, 1 ; double-page bearing the signatures [smoother, slightly darker paper with cut edges, with the center fold headed on each adjacent page by a pictorial representation of Mt.