New. Hardcover reprint of the original 1916 edition-beautifully bound in brown cloth covers featuring titles stamped in gold, 8vo-6x9". No adjustments have been made to the original text, giving readers the full antiquarian experience. For quality purposes, all text and images are printed as black and white. This item is printed on demand. Book Information: With Scott: The Silver Lining. Taylor, Griffith. Indiana: Repressed Publishing LLC, 2012. Original Publishing: With Scott: The Silver Lining. Taylor, Griffith. London: Smith, 1916. Subject: Scott, Robert Falcon, 1868-1912.
Good. Large format. Dark green cloth with gilt titles and vignette of penguin. With nearly 200 illustrations and maps. Covers are heavily worn, with scuffing, marks, fraying to cloth along edges. Ex-lib. with usual markings internally; front endpaper is pasted to front pastedown. Preface missing 'as issued'. Some grubby marks to page margins; foxing etc. [S]
1916, 1st Edition. () Very good. xiv(2), 464pp. Octavo. Original decorated cloth. Frontispiece. 67 photo illustrations on 45 leaves. Numerous text illustrations. 7 maps including 2 folding. This the second issue, with the inserted leaf iv* / iv** containing the author's preface. Slight damage to the frontis. Generally a bright clean copy. Spence 1183. Rosove 324. A2, Taurus Collection. 81. Inscribed on the title page to Mrs. Ruthven Smith, "In Memory of our Common Voyage through Dutch East Griffith Taylor. Also signed by T.W. Edgeworth David, boldly accross the top of the title page. Taylor has also made the following note below his signature "NB the signature at the top of the page is that of our most famous Antarchicker". Also tipped onto the front pastedown is a letter from Taylor to Mrs. Smith presenting the book to her in 1920 as well as a signed photo of Griffith Taylor to MRS Smith tipped onto the rear endpaper. There are also several contemporary newspaper clippings tipped in. Taylors's account of Scott's last expedition, 1910-1913, and one of the scarcest of the first-person accounts. Mrs. Ruthven Smith and her sister were the grandaughters of Rt. Hon. Sir John Charles Ready Colomb a pioneer in naval strategy. A wonderful association copy with many interesting details.
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