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Good in Good jacket. Biography. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Ex-Library (never circulated) with stamps on front free endpaper and the tail and head edges of the text block. Interior tight and clean except for marks on front and back free endpapers. Boards and Jacket bumped on corners, edges and spine ends. Dust Jacket lightly chipped on head corners and spine end. Lightly rubbed and price clipped. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: =. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 021754.
"First edition, 8vo, pp. vii, , 187; portrait frontispiece, 13 leaves of black and white photographic illustrations; publisher's blue cloth, gilt-lettered paper spine label; top and bottom borders of upper cover toned, textblock edges foxed, else very good and sound. Spence 1084."
Cloth, dj, G/P. viii+187pp, b/w frontis, 13 b/w plates, index, dustjacket worn & creased with a 6 inch long, 1 inch wide section missing from the bottom of the rear panel & base of the spine, head of the spine chipped, occasional grubby mark to the page margins, a reading copy. Critical biography of the Polar Explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott [ 1868-1912 ].
Scott of the Antarctic; a study in character
by George Seaver
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