Fair. Book Fair+; no dj. wear to boards and spotting to edges. weakening spine though still bound. Inscribed by previous owner "Barry JNR. from Father. New Year 1936." First impression in the Keystone Library 1935. Illustrated by photo plates & maps. Keystone Lib edition.
Fair. 1935. FOXING. CRACKED/BROKEN HINGES. An acceptable hardcover copy with previous owner's markings inside front. Pages are yellowed, with moderate foxing scattered throughout. Multiple hinges are cracked and beginning to break. Still a solid copy. Cover is smudged and lightly faded. Corners are bumped. No dust jacket, but book has a plastic covering. No ISBN. Booksavers receives donated books and recycles them in a variety of ways. Proceeds benefit the work of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)
Fair. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Ex-Library Copy in green cloth on boards with black title on spine. Spine is sunned which has carried over to upper and lower boards. Some damp discolouration on spine. Corners lightly bumped. Usual library stamps. Light foxing to folio fore-edges, otherwise clean text and b/w plates.
VG in VG jacket. VG/VG. 8vo. original purple cloth (slight leaf edge spotting, spine rubbed with fading to exposed extremities, tiny worm hole to early leaves) in dustwrapper (rubbed & marked, with slight edge fraying); pp. 240, with 10 illustrations. A very good copy. The second impression of the Keystone Library edition, the fifth impression overall.
G. No Jacket. 8vo. original purple cloth (rubbed & bumped with wear to extremities, headcap chipped, spine and top edge sunned, prev. owner's small name to FFE, leaf edge spotting, else internally clean; lacks dustwrapper); pp. 240, with 10 illustrations. A good reading copy of the first edition.
, spine sunned and particularly faded at head and tail, internally clean and crisp, the book is in very good condition. , dust-jacket protected in removable plastic sleeve, large chip at top rear edge and head of spine, few smaller chips and tears to... Hardback. 240 pages including index, illustrated with 8 black & white photographic plates plus maps of Antarctica and The Polar Routes. Octavo.
A very gallant gentleman
by Louis Charles Bernacchi
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