Antarctica

  • # 22342

    AĞANIN, Hasan (publisher)

    صغير جغرافي اطلاسى [Small Geographical Atlas] 

    Constantinople : Hasan Ağanın [circa 1890]. Octavo, printed mauve papered boards with image of a globe (edges chipped), cloth spine, salmon endpapers (gutters split, early Armenian owner’s inscription dated 1892); unpaginated, 14 double page lithographed maps with hand colouring; a very good example. A rare Ottoman atlas of the world published in Constantinople by the …

  • # 21896

    [CAMPE, Joachim Heinrich]

    Second voyage du Capitaine Cook autour du monde et dans les régions du Pôle Austral,

    depuis 1772 jusqu’en 1775. [Parts I + II]. Series: Bibliothèque géographique et instructive des jeunes gens, ou recueil de voyages intéressants, Dans toutes les parties du monde, pour l’instruction et l’amusement de la jeunesse; Traduit de l’allemand et de l’angl. par M. Breton. Orné de cartes et figures. Quatrième année. A Paris : Chez J.E. …

  • # 21889

    ARO, J.E.

    Maantieteellisiä kuvauksia I. Austraalia ja Napamaat.

    [Geographical descriptions I. Australia and the Polar regions]. Helsinki : Valistus, 1926. Octavo, publisher’s cloth backed pictorial papered boards, 191 pp, illustrated with half-tone photographic plates, a very good copy. Text in Finnish. Physical geography and ethnology of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, including Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia and Antarctica. A single copy is recorded in …

  • # 21302

    Cook, Frederick A. (Frederick Albert), 1865-1940

    [ANTARCTICA] Vers le pôle sud : l’expédition de la Belgica, 1897-1899

    Adaptation française par A.L. Pfinder. Paris : Ernest Flammarion, [1902?]. Octavo, half-textured morocco over gilt-lettered cloth (edges rubbed), pp. [viii]; 320, folding map, photographic plates; a little shaken, but a good copy.. An account of the Belgian expedition of 1897-99, which was the first to spend the winter in Antarctica. While icebound in total darkness, the …

  • # 20075

    WALCH, Johannes (1757-1824)

    Allgemeiner Atlas. Nach den bewährtesten Hülfsmitteln und astronomischen Ortsbestimmungen,

    nebst allen neuen Entdeckungen, Säkularisationen, und Entschädigungen. Augsburg : im Verlag bei Johannes Walch, 1812. Small oblong quarto, original cloth backed papered boards (heavily rubbed, corners worn), hand coloured copper engraved title leaf with original owner’s signature, followed by [35] engraved maps, all with some degree of contemporary hand colouring; manuscript foliation and a few …

  • # 19892

    SMING, Vivian (ed)

    Love songs for Antarctica. A collection of poems, songs, and other writings performed to Antarctica.

    [Pasadena] : Sming Sming Books, 2012. Limited edition of 200 copies. ‘Edited by Vivian Sming, Love Songs for Antarctica contains a collection of poems, songs, and other writings, which were performed to Antarctica, December 27 – 31, 2011. The anthology includes contributions and selections by artists, writers, and musicians. Each piece is accompanied by photographs of the …

  • # 14783

    Scott, Captain Robert F. (1868 - 1912)

    The voyage of the ‘Discovery’

    London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1905. Two volumes, octavo, gilt lettered cloth with gilt medallions on upper boards (very light edge wear), top edges gilt, pp xx, 556; xii, 508; photogravure frontispieces, numerous plates, folding maps in endpockets. Housed in custom made felt-lined slipcases. A bright and attractive set, in fine condition, of one …

  • # 19507

    WILSON, David M.

    The lost photographs of Captain Scott

    London : Little, Brown, 2011. Large quarto, publisher’s grey cloth boards in pictorial dust jacket (front panel a little sunned at top edge), pp 191, [1]; black-and-white photographic plates throughout; a fine copy.

  • # 19509

    HURLEY, Frank (1885-1962) (photographer)

    South with Endurance : Shackleton’s Antarctic Expedition 1914-1917 : the photographs of Frank Hurley.

    Ringwood, Vic. : Viking, 2001. Large quarto, publisher’s blue cloth boards in pictorial dust jacket, pp 320, illustrated throughout with black-and-white photographic plates (some in colour); a fine copy.

  • # 18989

    Mawson, Douglas, Sir (1882-1958)

    The home of the blizzard : being the story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911 – 1914

    Illustrated in colour and black and white also with maps. London : William Heinemann, 1915. Two volumes, thick octavo, original gilt-lettered cloth with pictorial inlay (spines dulled, corners bumped, lightly rubbed), top edges gilt, bookplates to pastedowns, pp xxx, 349; xiii, 338; extensively illustrated with colour and black and white plates, three folding maps contained …

  • # 15714

    [SCOTT, Robert Falcon, 1868-1912]

    An album of photographs documenting Robert Falcon Scott’s Terra Nova expedition, 1910-1913; [together with] A manuscript plan of the Discovery, and two letters of Scott relating to the British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04.

    1. A rare photographic chronicle of the most celebrated expedition in the history of polar exploration, Robert Falcon Scott’s ill-fated Terra Nova Expedition, officially known as the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-1913. Album of press photographs by various English and New Zealand agencies, 1910-1913. Small folio (310 x 220 mm), original green cloth boards (rubbed and …

  • # 19612

    SHACKLETON, Ernest H., 1874-1922; et al.

    Aurora Australis

    Sydney : Bay Books, 1988. Quarto, cloth in dustjacket, pp. xxiii; [194], illustrated. Facsimile of the original 1909 edition printed and bound in Antarctica.

  • # 16914

    SCOTT, Robert Falcon (1868-1912)

    [ANTARCTICA] Scott’s last expedition.

    In two volumes. Vol. I. being the Journals of Captain R.F. Scott, R.N., C.V.O. Vol. II. Being the Reports of the Journeys & the Scientific Work Undertaken By Dr. E.A. Wilson and the Surviving Members of the Expedition. London : Smith Elder & Co., 1913. First edition. Two volumes, large octavo, publisher’s blue cloth covered …

  • # 15429

    Anon.

    [NEW ZEALAND] Sketches made by a passenger on board the ship Cape Finisterre, London to Lyttleton, 1878-79

    The emigrant ship Cape Finisterre sailed from London in December 1878, and arrived at Lyttelton, New Zealand, on 31 March 1879. One of the passengers on board was James J. Ledger, whose hand-illustrated manuscript journal In Search of a Home at the Antipodes documents his voyage experience. Ledger’s important journal is now held in the collection of the …

  • # 5909

    [CICELY FOX SMITH] SPADACCINI, Henry

    [ROBERT FALCON SCOTT] Manuscript poem and letter written by Henry Spadaccini

    Single folio sheet of ruled paper, folded, the first and third sides with a transcription of a poem by Cicely Fox Smith titled “Ships that Pass”, describing a sailing voyage in sub-Arctic waters, the fourth side with a letter addressed to a Captain Wade, dated March 26 1922, explaining the writer’s love and respect for …

  • # 1319

    FORBES, Henry O.

    Antarctica : a vanished Austral land

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