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THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARD: BEING THE STORY OF THE AUSTRALASIAN ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 1911-1914
Written by Douglas Mawson.
Stock no. 1825922
Published by Hodder & Stoughton. 1st thus 1930. Very good condition.
Abridged Popular Edition. Illustrated with ninety-two photographs, eighteen diagrams and three folding maps. Blue patterned cloth boards, gilt title to spine. Boards browned and just a little marked. Endpapers and text block browned. A few scattered foxspots. All maps present.
SOUTH WITH ENDURANCE: SHACKLETON'S ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 1914-1917
No author listed.
Stock no. 1825914
Published by Bloomsbury. 1st thus 2004. Nearly fine condition.
Square format. Pictorial cardwraps. The photographs of Frank Hurley. From the Archives of the Royal Geographical Society, London, The State Library of New South Wales, Sydney & The Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge. B/w photos. 320 pages. ISBN: 0747575347. A nice, clean copy.
WILDERNESS PROTECTION IN POLAR REGIONS (STUDIES IN POLAR LAW)
Written by Antje Neumann.
Stock no. 1825064
Published by Koninklijke Brill Nv. 1st 2020. Slightly better than very good condition.
Arctic Lessons Learnt for the Regulation and Management of Tourism in the Antarctic. On the basis of a detailed study of three Arctic wildnerness areas - as well as the relevant policies and legislation, the author identifies numerous 'lessons learnt' that can serve as suggestions for improving the protection of wilderness in Antarctica. Blue glazed boards. ISBN: 9789004416062. Lower corners of boards bumped and rubbed. Contents clean.
GLACIER ISLAND: THE OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF THE BRITISH SOUTH GEORGIA EXPEDITION 1954-1955
Written by George Sutton.
Stock no. 1824559
Published by Chatto & Windus. 1st 1957. Very good condition in a good dustwrapper.
The British South Georgia Expedition 1954-1955 was the first expedition to enter Antarctic regions with mountaineering as its principal objective. Blue cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. Minor foxing to top edge of text block. Boards clean and bright. Light browning to endpapers. Contents clean. Pictorial dustwrapper is edge torn to lower front with tape repairs to verso (no loss), the longest of these tears is jut over 4" at front spine edge, rear panel is a little grubby.
759 + xxviii pages. Blue cloth, gilt titles. Australia, New Zealand, the Islands and Antarctica. Ex-lib with stamping to prelims else contents very good.