Fair. No Dustjacket. 1947. 223 pages. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Tan cloth boards. Tightly bound cream pages with moderate tanning to text block edge and endpapers. Ex Library book with usual stamps and slips on the pastedown and endpapers. Moderately stained, blemished and soiled boards with rubbing, scuffing and surface wear. Moderate edge rubbing, scuffing and wear with light corner bumping. Library markings on spine. Light lean to the spine.
1957, 2nd Edition. (Hardcover) Very good. xii, 195pp. Octavo in original blue cloth with endpaper maps and plates from photos. Institution stamps on foredge and front free endpaper. Account by the Assistant Biologist of the First Australian expedition to King George V Land that wintered in 1912.
Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Tan cloth with blue lettering to spine. Illustrated throughout with black and white plates. Short split to the cloth at the lower corner of the spine; some light wear to the cloth at outer edges of spine and outer corners of boards. Gift inscription to the back of the frontispiece.
Very Good-in Good dust jacket. No signatures. Moderate 1" long stain to top page edges. Chips and tears to dust wrapper. 1 1/2" missing at tail of dust wrapper spine. Price clipped from front flap of dust wrapper. Dust wrapper protected in archival mylar cover.; 223,  pages + frontispiece + 16 illustrations on 13 plates leaves + maps on endpapers. Grey-green cloth boards with black lettering on spine. Page dimensions: 216 x 138mm. "When Sir Douglas Mawson lead a band of young Australian scientists to the Antarctic in 1911 the author was one of the zoologists who accompanied him, and spent the winter of 1912 on the blizzard-swept shores of King George V Land."-from blurb on front flap of dust wrapper.; 8vo.
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