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Voyage Of The Belgica. Fifteen Months In The Antarctic.

By: de Gerlache Adrien

Price: £29.00

Publisher: The Erskine Press / Bluntisham Books: 1998

Edition: 1998 First Edition

Seller ID: 65196

ISBN: 1852970545

Condition: 202pp, decorative boards, New


Count Adrien de Gerlache was leader of the Belgian Antarctic Expedition. View more info

Penguins. Their World, Their Ways

By: De Roy Tui, Jones Mark, Cornthwaite Julie

Price: £26.00

Publisher: Christopher Helm: 2013

Edition: 2013 First Edition

Seller ID: 66792

ISBN: 1408152126

Condition: 240pp, hardback, New in dustwrapper.


This is a fantastic book, wonderful photographs, and huge detail on every aspect of penguin life. If you appreciated the earlier book, Albatross, Their World, Their Ways, by the same author you know this book will not disappoint. Put simply the imagery is stunning. View more info

In The Antarctic. Stories Of Scott's Last Expedition

By: Debenham Frank

Price: £24.00

Publisher: John Murray: 1964

Edition: 1964 rep

Seller ID: 56898

Condition: 146pp, Fine copy, no dustjacket


Debenham portrays the lighter side of the expedition with sketches by Edward Wilson. View more info

In The Arctic. Tales Told at Tea-Time

By: Debenham Frank

Price: £12.00

Publisher: The Erskine Press: 1997

Edition: 1997 First Edition

Seller ID: 63452

ISBN: 1852970499

Condition: 124pp, hardback, decorative boards, New, no dustwrapper was issued.


A fascinating series of tales written by Debenham in his retirement. Debenham founded the Scott Polar Research Institute in 1920 and in 1926 became its first Director. The book includes drawings, photographs, maps and a bibliography of possible sources. View more info

In The Antarctic. Stories Of Scott's Last Expedition.

By: Debenham Frank

Price: £15.00

Publisher: The Erskine Press: 1998

Edition: 1998 reprint

Seller ID: 63445

ISBN: 1852970553

Condition: 146pp, decorative boards, New, no dustwrapper was issued.


Frank Debenham was a member of the scientific staff on Scott’s 1910 expedition. He conceived the idea for a Polar Institute whilst sitting in Shackleton’s hut at Cape Royds and after the death of the polar party he campaigned for a living memorial to Scott. On 26th November 1920 the Scott Polar Research Institute came into being and Frank Debenham was its first director. When he returned from the Antarctic in 1913 he resolved not to publish any reminiscences but at t... View more info

In The Arctic. Tales Told at Tea-Time

By: Debenham Frank

Price: £12.00

Publisher: The Erskine Press: 1997

Edition: 1997 First Edition

Seller ID: 63451

ISBN: 1852970499

Condition: 124pp, hardback, decorative boards, New, no dustwrapper was issued.


A fascinating series of tales written by Debenham in his retirement. Debenham founded the Scott Polar Research Institute in 1920 and in 1926 became its first Director. The book includes drawings, photographs, maps and a bibliography of possible sources. View more info

Pour Jean Malaurie.102 Temoignages En Hommage A Quarante Ans D'Etudes Arctiques

By: Devers Sylvie [editor]

Price: £29.00

Publisher: Plon: 1990

Edition: 1990 French Edition

Seller ID: 33878

Condition: 944pp, large softback, a Fine copy.


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The Voyages Of The 'Morning'.

By: Doorly Gerald S.

Price: £1,000.00

Publisher: Smith, Elder & Co.: 1916

Edition: 1916 First Edition

Seller ID: 63112

Condition: xx, 224pp, 22 illusts, folding map, original decorative blue cloth with penguin to front board, school prize bookplate from the Navy League with their gold embossed emblem to the rear board, a few faint blemishes to boards, internally very clean, VG. A very scarce title indeed.


Doorly was Third Officer on Scott’s relief ship the Morning in 1902-3 and 1903-4, serving under Capt. William Colbeck, who had sailed with Borchgrevink, and under Second Officer Edward Evans. Colbeck was going to write an account of the voyages but when this didn’t happen Doorly undertook the effort. He produced not only a very interesting, pleasant and readable firsthand account but also one of the scarcest books of Antarctic exploration. The book records the discov... View more info

The Voyages Of The 'Morning'.

By: Doorly Gerald S.

Price: £1,100.00

Publisher: Smith, Elder & Co.: 1916

Edition: 1916 First Edition

Seller ID: 63260

Condition: xx, 224pp, 22 illusts, folding map, original decorative blue cloth with penguin to front board, sunning to spine area, owner's signature, internally very clean, VG. A very scarce title indeed.


Doorly was Third Officer on Scott’s relief ship the Morning in 1902-3 and 1903-4, serving under Capt. William Colbeck, who had sailed with Borchgrevink, and under Second Officer Edward Evans. Colbeck was going to write an account of the voyages but when this didn’t happen Doorly undertook the effort. He produced not only a very interesting, pleasant and readable firsthand account but also one of the scarcest books of Antarctic exploration. The book records the discov... View more info

The Voyages Of The 'Morning'.

By: Doorly Gerald S.

Price: £75.00

Publisher: Bluntisham Books / Erskine Press: 1995

Edition: 1995 reprint

Seller ID: 65285

ISBN: 18542970405

Condition: 224pp, decorative boards, Fine. Only 500 copies produced. A lovely reprint capturing much of the character of the original with embossed penguin to front board matching that of the First Edition.


Doorly was Third Officer on Scott’s relief ship the Morning in 1902-3 and 1903-4, serving under Capt. William Colbeck, who had sailed with Borchgrevink, and under Second Officer Edward Evans. Colbeck was going to write an account of the voyages but when this didn’t happen Doorly undertook the effort. He produced not only a very interesting, pleasant and readable firsthand account but also one of the scarcest books of Antarctic exploration. The book records the discov... View more info

The Voyages Of The 'Morning'.

By: Doorly Gerald S.

Price: £75.00

Publisher: Bluntisham Books / Erskine Press: 1995

Edition: 1995 reprint

Seller ID: 67063

ISBN: 18542970405

Condition: 224pp, decorative boards, Fine. Only 500 copies produced. A lovely reprint capturing much of the character of the original with embossed penguin to front board matching that of the First Edition.


Doorly was Third Officer on Scott’s relief ship the Morning in 1902-3 and 1903-4, serving under Capt. William Colbeck, who had sailed with Borchgrevink, and under Second Officer Edward Evans. Colbeck was going to write an account of the voyages but when this didn’t happen Doorly undertook the effort. He produced not only a very interesting, pleasant and readable firsthand account but also one of the scarcest books of Antarctic exploration. The book records the discov... View more info

Life in Antarctic Deserts and other Cold Dry Environments. Astrobiological Analogs

By: Doran Peter T., Lyons W. Berry and McKnight Diane M. [editors]

Price: £29.00

Publisher: Cambridge University Press: 2010

Edition: 2010 First Edition

Seller ID: 63367

ISBN: 0521889197

Condition: 307pp, pictorial boards, New.


The McMurdo Dry Valleys form the largest relatively ice free area on the Antarctic continent. The perennially ice covered lakes, ephemeral streams, and extensive areas of exposed soil are subject to low temperatures, limited precipitation, and salt accumulation. The dry valleys thus represent a region where life approaches its environmental limits. This unique ecosystem has been studied for decades as an analog to environments on other planets. For the first time, the de... View more info

Dangerous Work. Diary Of An Arctic Adventure.

By: Doyle Arthur Conan

Price: £13.00

Publisher: The British Library: 2012

Edition: 2012 First Edition

Seller ID: 64022

ISBN: 0712358641

Condition: 368pp, small stain on foreedges, VG+ in Fine dw


In 1880 a young medical student named Arthur Conan Doyle embarked upon the "first real outstanding adventure" of his life. View more info

Dangerous Work. Diary Of An Arctic Adventure.

By: Doyle Arthur Conan

Price: £14.00

Publisher: The British Library: 2012

Edition: 2012 First Edition

Seller ID: 65623

ISBN: 0712358641

Condition: 368pp, Fine in VG+ dw


In 1880 a young medical student named Arthur Conan Doyle embarked upon the "first real outstanding adventure" of his life. View more info

N.P. 1840. The Loss Of The Atlantic Conveyor.

By: Drought Charles

Price: £14.00

Publisher: Countryvise Limited: 2003

Edition: 2003 First Edition

Seller ID: 62602

ISBN: 1901231410

Condition: 196pp, paperback, Fine copy


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The Southern Ice-Continent. The German South Polar Expedition Aboard The Gauss 1901-1903.

By: Drygalski Erich Von

Price: £180.00

Publisher: Bluntisham Books / Erskine Press: 1989

Edition: 1989 First Edition

Seller ID: 66652

ISBN: 1852970316

Condition: 373pp, original pictorial brown cloth, Fine.


Translated by M. M. Raraty. View more info

Nature Conservation in Greenland.

By: Egede Ivalo [Editor]

Price: £32.00

Publisher: Atuakkiorfik: 1991

Edition: 1991 First Edition

Seller ID: 58303

ISBN: 8755806740

Condition: 132pp, pictorial boards, Fine


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The Whale Book. Whales and other marine animals as described by Adriaen Coenen In 1585.

By: Egmond Florike & Mason Peter [Editors]

Price: £12.00

Publisher: Reaktion Books: 2003

Edition: 2003 First Edition

Seller ID: 64174

ISBN: 1861891741

Condition: 208pp, Fine in VG+ dw


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The Book Of Polar Exploration

By: Elias E.L.

Price: £65.00

Publisher: George G. Harrap: 1930

Edition: 1930 reprint

Seller ID: 62686

Condition: 302pp, decorative boards, light foxing to foreedges, VG+ in VG dw. Scarce in dustwrapper.


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Hell On Ice. The Saga Of The 'Jeannette'

By: Ellsberg Commander Edward

Price: £18.00

Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Co: 1938

Edition: 1938 First Edition US

Seller ID: 59644

Condition: 421pp, original decorative boards, map endpapers with light foxing, VG in near Good dw with fading to spine.


On the basis of his reading and research Ellsberg describes the drift, the party’s trip over ice to Lena delta. A vivid and informative albeit secondhand account of the Jeannette expedition, the first expedition to seek the North Pole by way of the Behring Sea. View more info

Hell On Ice. The Saga Of The 'Jeannette'

By: Ellsberg Commander Edward

Price: £10.00

Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Co: 1938

Edition: 1938 First Edition US

Seller ID: 64653

Condition: 421pp, original decorative boards, map endpapers, VG in Poor dw with some loss.


On the basis of his reading and research Ellsberg describes the drift, the party’s trip over ice to Lena delta. A vivid and informative albeit secondhand account of the Jeannette expedition, the first expedition to seek the North Pole by way of the Behring Sea. View more info

Viking America. The Norse Crossings And Their Legacy,

By: Enterline James Robert

Price: £25.00

Publisher: Doubleday & Co: 1972

Edition: 1972 First US Edition

Seller ID: 58300

ISBN: 0385025858

Condition: 217pp, light damp marks to boards, map endpapers, Good in Good dw. Signed dedication by James Robert Enterline.


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Geology of Greenland

By: Escher Arthur & Watt W. Stuart [editors]

Price: £59.00

Publisher: The Geological Survey of Greenland: 1976

Edition: 1976 First Edition

Seller ID: 65400

ISBN: 8798040405

Condition: 603pp, ex college library, very clean indeed, near VG in colour photocopy of original dw.


A most in depth and comprehensive account of all aspects of Greenland's geology. Greenland is noted for its extensive areas of Pre-cambrian rocks which include the oldest dated rocks in the world. It occupies a key position in the North Atlantic region, the geological divisions and faunal provinces represented providing important links between North America and Europe in all geological periods from the Precambrian to the Recent. View more info

Antarctic World.

By: Euller John

Price: £7.00

Publisher: Abelard-Schuman: 1960

Edition: 1960 First US Edition

Seller ID: 64055

Condition: 222pp, foxing to foreedges, tiny nick to edge of spine, Good+ in Good+ dw


Antarctic World is a book clinging to a single fascinating theme: Antarctic problems, man's struggles and successes in solving them. View more info

South With Scott

By: Evans Admiral Lord

Price: £3.00

Publisher: Collins: 1966

Edition: 1966 Rep

Seller ID: 31080

Condition: 288pp, exlib, VG.


In 1909, Edward (Teddy) Evans, a Senior Royal Naval officer, accompanied Captain Robert Scott on his Polar expedition as his second in command. View more info

Aurora. The Northern Lights in Mythology, History and Science.

By: Falck-Ytter Harald

Price: £7.00

Publisher: Floris Books: 1999

Edition: 1999 rep

Seller ID: 53305

ISBN: 0863152872

Condition: 143pp, paperback, Fine.


Beautifully illustrated, the book gives a comprehensive understanding of a mysterious dynamic that has fascinated and alarmed northern communities throughout the ages. View more info

To The Ends Of The Earth

By: Fiennes Ranulph

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Book Club Associates: 1983

Edition: 1983 reprint

Seller ID: 42036

Condition: 320pp, VG in VG dw.


The Transglobe expedition, the first circumpolar journey round the earth. View more info

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To The Ends Of The Earth

By: Fiennes Ranulph

Price: £18.00

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton: 1984

Edition: 1984 reprint

Seller ID: 63099

ISBN: 0340252774

Condition: 320pp, VG+ in VG+ dustwrapper, SIGNED and dated by Ranulph Fiennes.


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Captain Scott

By: Fiennes Ranulph

Price: £11.00

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton: 2003

Edition: 2003 First Edition

Seller ID: 62097

ISBN: 0340826975

Condition: 508pp, Fine in VG+ dw


For the first time Scott's story is told by someone who has experienced the deprivations, the stress and the sheer physical pain that Scott lived through. View more info

Captain Scott

By: Fiennes Ranulph

Price: £11.00

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton: 2003

Edition: 2003 First Edition

Seller ID: 67251

ISBN: 0340826975

Condition: 508pp, Fine in Fine dw


For the first time Scott's story is told by someone who has experienced the deprivations, the stress and the sheer physical pain that Scott lived through. View more info

The 1998 Report on Scientific Work of the North and South Polar Expeditions of Fiennes, Shepard, Howell and Stroud 1985-1993.

By: Fiennes Ranulph [editor]

Price: £65.00

Publisher: 1998

Edition: 1998 First Edition

Seller ID: 56903

Condition: 255pp, large paperback, almost Fine.


A scarce report. View more info

To The Sixth Continent. The Second German South Polar Expedition 1911-1913.

By: Filchner Wilhelm

Price: £120.00

Publisher: Bluntisham Books / The Erskine Press: 1994

Edition: 1994 First Edition

Seller ID: 63905

ISBN: 1852970383

Condition: 253pp, silver embossed image to front board, Fine.


Written by Wilhelm Filchner with the collaboration of expedition members Alfred King and Eric Przybyllok. Translated by William Barr, the First Edition in English. View more info

To The Sixth Continent. The Second German South Polar Expedition 1911-1913.

By: Filchner Wilhelm

Price: £110.00

Publisher: Bluntisham Books / The Erskine Press: 1994

Edition: 1994 First Edition

Seller ID: 66682

ISBN: 1852970383

Condition: 253pp, silver embossed image to front board, minor scratch to front board, otherwise Fine.


Written by Wilhelm Filchner with the collaboration of expedition members Alfred King and Eric Przybyllok. Translated by William Barr, the First Edition in English. View more info

Antarktika

By: Finkel George

Price: £9.00

Publisher: HermannSchaffstein: 1977

Edition: 1977 First Edition

Seller ID: 64014

ISBN: 3588001913

Condition: 137pp, foxing to head of pages, pictorial boards, VG in VG dw.


Text in German. View more info

Bibliographical Notices VI. Books printed In Iceland 1578-1844. A Fourth Supplement to The British Museum Catalogue with a General Index to the Four Supplements

By: Fiske Willard

Price: £69.00

Publisher: Ithaca, New York: 1907

Edition: 1907 First Edition

Seller ID: 59487

Condition: 48pp, stapled booklet, a little tender and loosening, some staining to front, Good. A scarce item.


I have credited this item to Willard Fiske as he authored the previous Bibliographical Notices, although he died in 1904. View more info

When The Sky Fell. In Search Of Atlantis.

By: Flem-Ath Rand & Rose

Price: £8.00

Publisher: BCA: 1995

Edition: 1995 reprint

Seller ID: 64019

ISBN: 0297816284

Condition: 179pp, Fine in Fine dw


A blend of science and mythology, When The Sky Fell bridges the gap between fact and fantasy and will fascinate the most hardened cynic. With 34 maps and illustrations. View more info

Archibald The Arctic

By: Fleming Archibald Lang

Price: £7.00

Publisher: Appleton-Century-Crofts: 1956

Edition: 1956 First US Edition

Seller ID: 62368

Condition: 399pp, map endpapers, VG+ in VG- price clipped dw


The Autobiography of Archibald Fleming, first Bishop of the Arctic. View more info

Ninety Degrees North. The Quest For The North Pole

By: Fleming Fergus

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Granta Books: 2001

Edition: 2001 First Edition, First Printing

Seller ID: 44448

ISBN: 1862074496

Condition: 470pp, Fine in Fine dw.


Drawing on unpublished archives and forgotten journals, Fleming tells the story of the North Pole with consummate craftmanship and wit. View more info

Ninety Degrees North. The Quest For The North Pole

By: Fleming Fergus

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Granta Books: 2001

Edition: 2001 First Edition, First Printing

Seller ID: 64016

ISBN: 1862074496

Condition: 470pp, VG+ in VG+ dw.


Drawing on unpublished archives and forgotten journals, Fleming tells the story of the North Pole with consummate craftmanship and wit. View more info

Three Months On An Arctic Ice Island

By: Fletcher, Joseph

Price: £14.00

Publisher: National Geographic Society: 1956

Edition: 1956

Seller ID: 45063

Condition: 489 504pp, extract from the National Geographic Magazine April 1953, in green card cover, VG+


Floating on a Glacial Fragment, U.S. Air Force Scientists Probe Top-of-the-World Mysteries within 100 Miles of the Pole. View more info

Three Months On An Arctic Ice Island

By: Fletcher, Joseph

Price: £14.00

Publisher: National Geographic Society: 1956

Edition: 1956

Seller ID: 45062

Condition: 489 504pp, extract from the National Geographic Magazine April 1953, in green card cover, VG+


Floating on a Glacial Fragment, U.S. Air Force Scientists Probe Top-of-the-World Mysteries within 100 Miles of the Pole. View more info

The Explorations of Antarctica. The Last Unspoilt Continent.

By: Fogg G.E. & Smith David

Price: £3.00

Publisher: Cassell: 1990

Edition: 1990 reprint

Seller ID: 67342

ISBN: 030434107X

Condition: 224pp, paperback, VG.


It is in the interest of all mankind that Antarctica shall continue forever exclusively for peaceful purposes and shall not become the scene or object of international discord - The Antarctic Treaty. View more info

Crean. The Extraordinary Life of an Irish Hero

By: Foley Tim

Price: £15.99

Publisher: Keel Foley Publishing: 2018

Edition: 2018 First Edition

Seller ID: 66978

ISBN: 9781999918910

Condition: 229pp, paperback, New, SIGNED by Tim Foley.


Tom Crean's life saving exploits in Antarctica saw him awarded the prestigious Albert Medal for bravery. From his humble beginnings, incredible feats of bravery, this book takes us on a thrilling journey. It also highlights a campaign with the aim of achieving national recognition for Tom from his country of birth. View more info

Crean. The Extraordinary Life of an Irish Hero

By: Foley Tim

Price: £15.99

Publisher: Keel Foley Publishing: 2018

Edition: 2018 First Edition

Seller ID: 66979

ISBN: 9781999918910

Condition: 229pp, paperback, New, SIGNED by Tim Foley.


Tom Crean's life saving exploits in Antarctica saw him awarded the prestigious Albert Medal for bravery. From his humble beginnings, incredible feats of bravery, this book takes us on a thrilling journey. It also highlights a campaign with the aim of achieving national recognition for Tom from his country of birth. View more info

Iceland; its Volcanoes, Geysers, and Glaciers

By: Forbes Charles S.

Price: £125.00

Publisher: John Murray: 1860

Edition: 1860 First Edition

Seller ID: 68006

Condition: ix, 335pp, half green leather binding with raised bands and marbled boards, some loss from rear folding map, leather spine label worn off, Good+.


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Leaves From a Diary kept on Board an Exploring Vessel

By: Ford C. Reginald

Price: £34.00

Publisher: The Erskine Press: 2015

Edition: 2015 reprint

Seller ID: 65237

Condition: This item was First published by Whitcombe & Tombs as No.7 in the New Zealand Booklet Series, 1906. It is now presented in black gift box with the cover of the booklet laid on the lid. It is accompanied by a 12pp pamphlet of biographical details, newspaper articles and pictures, ‘Charles Reginald Ford 1880-1972: notes on an adventurous life' by Crispin de Boos; a coloured reproduction of 4pp advertisement for the graphic lecture 'Farthest South' presented by Ford in Australia; and two reproduction Antarctic postcards. Ford's booklet is 32pp, with 13 illustrations, the cover is linen-textured card. Only 400 copies have been produced.


This is probably the rarest of all first-hand accounts of Scott’s Discovery Expedition. Ford was a steward on the expedition and is notable mainly for being the first man to break his leg skiing in the Antarctic. Upon the Expedition's return Ford acted as Scott's secretary during the leader's lecture tour. Some of his photographs were used by Scott in The Voyages of the 'Discovery'. He moved to New Zealand in 1906 and began to study architecture and later became a part... View more info

Leaves From a Diary kept on Board an Exploring Vessel

By: Ford C. Reginald

Price: £34.00

Publisher: The Erskine Press: 2015

Edition: 2015 reprint

Seller ID: 65241

Condition: This item was First published by Whitcombe & Tombs as No.7 in the New Zealand Booklet Series, 1906. It is now presented in black gift box with the cover of the booklet laid on the lid. It is accompanied by a 12pp pamphlet of biographical details, newspaper articles and pictures, ‘Charles Reginald Ford 1880-1972: notes on an adventurous life' by Crispin de Boos; a coloured reproduction of 4pp advertisement for the graphic lecture 'Farthest South' presented by Ford in Australia; and two reproduction Antarctic postcards. Ford's booklet is 32pp, with 13 illustrations, the cover is linen-textured card. Only 400 copies have been produced.


This is probably the rarest of all first-hand accounts of Scott’s Discovery Expedition. Ford was a steward on the expedition and is notable mainly for being the first man to break his leg skiing in the Antarctic. Upon the Expedition's return Ford acted as Scott's secretary during the leader's lecture tour. Some of his photographs were used by Scott in The Voyages of the 'Discovery'. He moved to New Zealand in 1906 and began to study architecture and later became a part... View more info

Leaves From a Diary kept on Board an Exploring Vessel

By: Ford C. Reginald

Price: £34.00

Publisher: The Erskine Press: 2015

Edition: 2015 reprint

Seller ID: 65242

Condition: This item was First published by Whitcombe & Tombs as No.7 in the New Zealand Booklet Series, 1906. It is now presented in black gift box with the cover of the booklet laid on the lid. It is accompanied by a 12pp pamphlet of biographical details, newspaper articles and pictures, ‘Charles Reginald Ford 1880-1972: notes on an adventurous life' by Crispin de Boos; a coloured reproduction of 4pp advertisement for the graphic lecture 'Farthest South' presented by Ford in Australia; and two reproduction Antarctic postcards. Ford's booklet is 32pp, with 13 illustrations, the cover is linen-textured card. Only 400 copies have been produced.


This is probably the rarest of all first-hand accounts of Scott’s Discovery Expedition. Ford was a steward on the expedition and is notable mainly for being the first man to break his leg skiing in the Antarctic. Upon the Expedition's return Ford acted as Scott's secretary during the leader's lecture tour. Some of his photographs were used by Scott in The Voyages of the 'Discovery'. He moved to New Zealand in 1906 and began to study architecture and later became a part... View more info

Farthest South

By: Ford Mr. C. Reginald

Price: £8.00

Publisher: The Erskine Press: 2016

Edition: 2016

Seller ID: 63604

Condition: 4pp, New.


A coloured reproduction of 4pp, 29x22cm, advertisement for the graphic lecture 'Farthest South' presented by Ford in Australia and promoted by J.C. Williamson. View more info

Killer Whales. The Natural History Of Genealogy Of Orcinus Orca In British Columbia And Washington State.

By: Ford, John K. B. Ellis Graeme M. & Balcomb Kenneth C.

Price: £12.00

Publisher: UBC Press: 1994

Edition: 1994 Edition

Seller ID: 64173

ISBN: 0774804696

Condition: 102pp, paperback, VG copy


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