WALCH, Johannes (1757-1824)
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  engraved maps, all with some degree of contemporary hand colouring; manuscript foliation and a few …
London : Christie’s, 2002. Quarto, illustrated wrappers, pp. 188, extensively illustrated. Landmark collection of polar books.
CRAWFORD, Marian (1955 - ); DURRÉ, Caroline
[Melbourne : the artists], 2017. Artist’s book (240 x 210mm). Quarto, printed wrappers, pp. , printed letterpress and relief. Published by the artists in an edition of 8 signed and numbered copies. “When regular patterns interact, unexpected symmetries are generated. Following the methodical and mathematical rotation of a striped pattern through ninety degrees from vertical to …
London : John Murray, 1824. Second edition. Two volumes, octavo, full calf, gilt-lettered to spine, lightly scuffed, expertly rebacked, bookplates to endpapers, pp. xix; 370; 399; four large folding charts, overall a very good copy. A classic account of arctic exploration by the future Governor of Tasmania.
RASMUSSEN, Knud (1879 - 1933)
Copenhagen : The Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1962. Octavo, illustrated wrappers, pp. 40, illustrated. A short story by Rasmussen, the great Danish explorer of the Thule expeditions. Also includes the essay Greenland and her people by P. H. Lundsteen, the governor responsible for modernising Greenland.
Peyrère, Isaac de la (1596-1676)
[Drop title]. [No date, but circa 1800]. Unbound manuscript in ink on laid paper, 225 x 165 mm, 3 1/4 pages; initialled ‘D’ at the foot; in very good condition, clean and legible. This manuscript is an extract from a work entitled Une Relation du Groenland (1647), written by Isaac de La Peyrère (1596-1676) while he was …
[CICELY FOX SMITH] SPADACCINI, Henry
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 …