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Good. Quarto. Hardcover Cloth. 1972. Ex-Library with the usual treatments. Text in English 279 pp. Dust jacket in mylar sleeve has mild edge wear. Light wear to cover. Interior text and images are clean throughout. Binding solid. Offered by the Antiquarian, Rare, and Collectible department of Better World Books. Your purchase benefits global literacy programs. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Edward Wilson. 279p. A hardcover book in near-fine condition with a like dustjacket. Two inscriptions on the front endpapers. Otheriwse clean and tight. The dustjacket's spine is a bit faded, but otherwise, the jacket is in excellent condition. The journal of Edward Wilson, the Chief Scientific Officer of Captain Robert Falcon Scott's Antarctic expedition, which spanned 1910-1913. Featuring watercolor illustrations by the author. Also contains black and white photographs and sketches.
Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Ex-library w/usual markings; book has very light toning to page ends, light tape discoloration marks to covers and free endpapers; DJ has slight fading to spine, couple small wrinkles, light toning to flaps; DJ in protective Brodart cover; b/w photos; 279 pages.
Edward Adrian Wilson and others. Very good in very good dust jacket. Foxing to verso of d.j., this has carried very lightly on to the binding, and the front and rear pastedowns. xxiii, 279 p. illus. (part col. ) 25 cm. Includes Illustrations. Former owners name and date are on front pastedown. Bibliography: p. 261. "Diary" is a fascinatingly close personal account of this heroic and tragic journey, and a document of the first importance for all those interested in the Polar regions from a scientific point of view. Watercolors by Adrian are fascinating and beautiful.
Ex-Library copy; with typical markings. Library label on the front board. A bit of light rubbing. Tip of bottom front corner lightly bumped. Pages clean, but for library markings. No dustjacket.; 9-1/2 x 7"; 279 pages; Ex-Library.
1972. Humanities. First. Hard Cover. Book-VG. Dj-Good, sunned, protective covered. 9.5x7. 279pp. Frontis, profuse colour & b/w illus. Edward Wilson was Chief Scientific Officer in charge of all scientific work on the 'Terra Nova' Expedition, and he was closest to Scott of all the expedition members. He was also a member of the ill-fated five-man Pole party. His diary is a fascinatingly close personal account of this heroic and tragic journey.
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