THE HEART OF THE ANTARCTIC, BEING THE STORY OF THE BRITISH ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 1907-1909. E. H. Shackleton.
THE HEART OF THE ANTARCTIC, BEING THE STORY OF THE BRITISH ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 1907-1909.

THE HEART OF THE ANTARCTIC, BEING THE STORY OF THE BRITISH ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 1907-1909.

London: William Heinemann, 1909. First edition. Two volumes. 25 cm. xlviii, 371, (2); xv, errata slip tipped in, 418, (1) pp. Half-titles & frontis. photos with tissue guards. Numerous plates, including 12 in color (with tissue guards), plus diagrams and illustrations in text, three maps and a double panorama folded into the rear pocket of vol. 2. Bound in dark blue cloth with silver stamped title and pictorial illustrations on front boards; gilt title on spines; top page edges gilt. Some wear to edges, some scattered foxing, but overall a very good set. Shackleton's account of his expedition to Antarctica, and successful journey to within 100 miles of the South Pole. Item #64723

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