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Francis Younghusband

By: Seaver George

Price: £11.00

Publisher: John Murray: 1952

Edition: 1952 First Edition

Seller ID: 2641

Condition: 391pp, hospital bookplate, some signs of pocket removal on front pastedown, inscription o/w F-


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Edward Wilson: Nature-Lover.

By: Seaver George

Price: £7.00

Publisher: John Murray: 1950

Edition: 1950 rep

Seller ID: 62488

Condition: 219pp, owner's signature, Fine in VG+ price clipped dw


An insight into the personality of Edward Wilson. View more info

Edward Wilson: Nature-Lover

By: Seaver George

Price: £5.00

Publisher: John Murray: 1937

Edition: 1937 rep

Seller ID: 49487

Condition: 221pp, light foxing to first few pages, VG copy


His expedition work and his private journals reveal the man as an artist and naturalist. View more info

'Birdie' Bowers Of The Antarctic

By: Seaver George

Price: £27.00

Publisher: John Murray: 1938

Edition: 1938 reprint

Seller ID: 58427

Condition: 270pp, original blue cloth, light foxing to prelims and foreedges, VG in Good dw with chip to head of spine.


Apsley Cherry-Garrard, with whom Bowers undertook the frightful Winter Journey to Cape Crozier, remarked that his "capacity for work was prodigious", and that "There was nothing subtle about him. He was transparently simple, straightforward, and unselfish". Scott wrote in his dairy of Bowers that " he is the hardest traveller that ever undertook a Polar journey as well as one of the most undaunted". View more info

Scott Of The Antarctic. A Study In Character

By: Seaver George

Price: £12.00

Publisher: John Murray: 1953

Edition: 1953 reprint

Seller ID: 62447

Condition: 187pp, owner's signature, VG in Good+ price clipped dw


Illustrated biography. View more info

'Birdie' Bowers Of The Antarctic

By: Seaver George

Price: £30.00

Publisher: John Murray: 1947

Edition: 1947 reprint

Seller ID: 56264

Condition: 270pp, original blue cloth, light foxing to endpapers, private blindstamp, VG in VG price clipped dw.


Apsley Cherry-Garrard, with whom Bowers undertook the frightful Winter Journey to Cape Crozier, remarked that his "capacity for work was prodigious", and that "There was nothing subtle about him. He was transparently simple, straightforward, and unselfish". Scott wrote in his dairy of Bowers that " he is the hardest traveller that ever undertook a Polar journey as well as one of the most undaunted". View more info

'Birdie' Bowers Of The Antarctic

By: Seaver George

Price: £36.00

Publisher: John Murray: 1938

Edition: 1938 reprint

Seller ID: 63980

Condition: 270pp, reprinted in the same month as the First Edition, original blue cloth, VG+ in VG price clipped dw with a couple of small tears repaired.


Apsley Cherry-Garrard, with whom Bowers undertook the frightful Winter Journey to Cape Crozier, remarked that his "capacity for work was prodigious", and that "There was nothing subtle about him. He was transparently simple, straightforward, and unselfish". Scott wrote in his dairy of Bowers that " he is the hardest traveller that ever undertook a Polar journey as well as one of the most undaunted". View more info