Polar Sale: Scott and Amundsen Centenary
30 Mar 2012, starting at 14:00 BST.

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LOTS
 of 222
  • Lot 1
    AAGAARD (BJARNE) Fangst og Forskning i Sydishavet, 3 vol., FIRST EDITION, Gyldenal Norsk Forlag, 1930-1934
    Sold for £1,000 (US$ 1,680) inc. premium

  • Lot 2
    BENNETT (FREDERICK DEBELL) Narrative of a Whaling Voyage, 2.vol., FIRST EDITION, Richard Bentley, 1840
    Sold for £1,500 (US$ 2,521) inc. premium

  • Lot 3
    FANNING (EDMUND) Voyages round the world, FIRST EDITION, New York, Collins & Hannay, 1833
    £1,200 - 1,800
    US$ 2,000 - 3,000

  • Lot 4
    FRICKER (KARL) Antarktis, FIRST EDITION, Schall & Grund, 1898; and two others, including the first English edition, MacMillan, 1900 (3)
    Sold for £1,125 (US$ 1,890) inc. premium

  • Lot 5
    HAYES (J. GORDON) Antarctica. A Treatise on the Southern Continent, 1928
    Sold for £375 (US$ 630) inc. premium

  • Lot 6
    MATTHEWS (LEONARD HARRISON) South Georgia: The British Subantarctic Outpost, FIRST EDITION, John Wright, 1931
    Sold for £3,500 (US$ 5,882) inc. premium

  • Lot 7
    MORRELL (BENJAMIN) A Narrative of Four Voyages, to the South Sea, North and South Pacific Ocean, Chinese Sea, Ethiopic and Southern Atlantic Ocean, Indian and Antarctic Ocean, FIRST EDITION, New York, Harper, 1832
    Sold for £1,750 (US$ 2,941) inc. premium

  • Lot 8
    ROSOVE (MICHAEL H.) Antarctica, 1772-1922. Freestanding Publications through 1999, 2001; Additions and corrections supplement to the Rosove Antarctic Bibliography, 2008 (2)
    Sold for £375 (US$ 630) inc. premium

  • Lot 9
    SNOW (W. PARKER) A Two Year's Cruise off Tierra del Fuego, the Falkland Islands, Patagonia and in the River Plate, 2 vol., Longmans, 1857
    Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,311) inc. premium

  • Lot 10
    BELLINGSHAUSEN (FABIAN GOTTLIEB von) Dvukratnyizyskaniya v yuzhnomledovitom okeane[ Two Voyages in the Antarctic Ocean...Carried out in the Corvettes 'Vostock' and 'Mirny'] Moscow, Department of Geographical Literature, 1949
    Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium

  • Lot 11
    BELLINGSHAUSEN (FABIAN GOTTLIEB von) The Voyage of Captain Bellingshausen to the Antarctic Seas 1819-1821, The Hakluyt Society, 1945
    Sold for £1,000 (US$ 1,680) inc. premium

  • Lot 12
    WEDDELL (JAMES) A Voyage towards the South pole, performed in the years 1822-24, FIRST EDITION, Longman, Hurst, Rees & Green, 1825
    Sold for £3,875 (US$ 6,513) inc. premium

  • Lot 13
    WEBSTER (WILLIAM H.R.) Narrative of a Voyage to the Southern Atlantic Ocean, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, Richard Bentley, 1834
    Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium

  • Lot 14
    LE BRETON (LOUIS) Les Corvettes L'Astrolabe et la Zélée, aux ordres du Ct. Dumont D'Urville, dans le coup de vent du Janvier 1840. Parages de cercle Polaire Antarctique
    Sold for £3,000 (US$ 5,042) inc. premium

  • Lot 15
    DUMONT D'URVILLE (JULES S. C.) Voyage au Pole Sud et dan l'Océanie sur les corvettes l'Astrolabe et la Zélée, exécuté par ordre du Roi pendant les années 1837-1838-1839-1840, sous le Commandement de M.J. Dumont d'Urville, Capitaine de vaisseau, 23 vol. in 12, Paris, Gide et J. Baudry, 1842-1855
    Sold for £37,250 (US$ 62,610) inc. premium

  • Lot 16
    DAVIS (JOHN EDWARD) A celebration (?New Years day) on the ice, illustrating the crew members (mostly dressed in blue) dancing and playing music, parading and eating at tables cut from the ice, beneath signs ("Pilgrims of the Ocean" and "Erebus and Terror"), the Royal Standard and other flags, an ice sculpture in the foreground, one of the ships in the background
    Sold for £16,250 (US$ 27,313) inc. premium

  • Lot 17
    DAVIS (JOHN EDWARD) 'Coulman Island' showing Erebus and Terror, watercolour, 1843
    Sold for £10,000 (US$ 16,808) inc. premium

  • Lot 18
    ROSS (JAMES CLARK) A Voyage of Discovery and Research in the Southern and Antarctic Regions during the years 1839-43, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, John Murray, 1847
    Sold for £1,750 (US$ 2,941) inc. premium

  • Lot 19
    McCORMICK (RICHARD C.) Voyages of Discovery in the Arctic and Antarctic Seas, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, LIMITED TO 750 COPIES, 1884
    Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium

  • Lot 20
    MURDOCH (WILLIAM GORDON BURN) From Edinburgh to the Antarctic, FIRST EDITION, Longmans Green, 1894
    Sold for £625 (US$ 1,050) inc. premium

  • Lot 21
    BULL (HENRIK J.) The Cruise of the Antarctic to the South Polar Regions, FIRST EDITION, Edward Arnold, 1896
    Sold for £937 (US$ 1,575) inc. premium

  • Lot 22
    FUND RAISING PROGRAMME [Belgica]- "Grande Fête Vénitienne au Parc de 6 à 11 heurs du soir en faveur de l'expedition de la Belgica. 1897 Jeudi 12 Aout 1897", [1897]
    Sold for £1,125 (US$ 1,890) inc. premium

  • Lot 23
    COOK (FREDERICK A.) Through the First Antarctic Night 1898-99, New York, Doubleday & McClure Co., 1900
    Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,311) inc. premium

  • Lot 24
    LECOINTE (GEORGES) Expédition Antartique Belge, FIRST EDITION, Brussels, Oscar Schepens, 1904
    Sold for £500 (US$ 840) inc. premium

  • Lot 25
    BORCHGREVINK (CARSTEN EGEBERG) First on the Antarctic Continent...1898-1900, FIRST EDITION, George Newnes, 1901
    Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium

  • Lot 26
    BORCHGREVINK (CARSTEN EGEBERG) First on the Antarctic Continent, Being an Account of the British Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900, FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR, WITH A 4-PAGE AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED ("C.E. Borchgrevink", dated New York, 14 March 1902) loosely inserted, fine copy, 1901
    Sold for £2,250 (US$ 3,781) inc. premium

  • Lot 27
    BERNACCHI (LOUIS C.) To the South Polar Regions. Expedition of 1898-1900, Hurst and Blackett, 1901
    Sold for £937 (US$ 1,575) inc. premium

  • Lot 28
    BORCHGREVINK (CARSTEN E.)] Report on the Collection of Natural History Made in the Antarctic Regions during the Voyage of the "Southern Cross"
    Sold for £1,187 (US$ 1,995) inc. premium

  • Lot 29
    NORDENSKJÖLD (OTTO G.N.) and J.G. ANDERSSON Antarctica, or two years amongst the ice of the South Pole, New York, MacMillan, 1905
    Sold for £1,500 (US$ 2,521) inc. premium

  • Lot 30
    NORDENSKJÖLD (NILS OTTO GUSTAV and J.G. ANDERSSON Antarctic, två år bland sydpolens isar, FIRST EDITION, Stockholm, Albert Bonniers Forlag, 1904
    Sold for £3,750 (US$ 6,303) inc. premium

  • Lot 31
    ARMITAGE (ALBERT B.) Two Years in the Antarctic. Being a Narrative of the British National Antarctic Expedition, Edward Arnold, 1905
    Sold for £2,500 (US$ 4,202) inc. premium

  • Lot 33
    BERNACCHI (LOUIS CHARLES) Saga of the "Discovery", inscribed by the author on title, 1938
    Sold for £500 (US$ 840) inc. premium

  • Lot 34
    BRUTON GALLERIES, EXHIBITION "Discovery" Antarctic Exhibition. Bruton Galleries, 13 Bruton St., Bond St., W., 84pp, illustrations, 1904
    Sold for £1,500 (US$ 2,521) inc. premium

  • Lot 35*
    DISCOVERY An electroplated lily pattern tea spoon retailed by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield
    Sold for £1,250 (US$ 2,101) inc. premium

  • Lot 36
    DISCOVERY An electroplated egg cruet, retailed by Joseph Rodger & Sons, Sheffield
    Sold for £6,250 (US$ 10,505) inc. premium

  • Lot 37
    DISCOVERY [Catalogue of Books of the "Discovery", 1901], CHARLES ROYDS' ANNOTATED COPY, 1901
    £3,000 - 4,000
    US$ 5,000 - 6,700

  • Lot 38
    DISCOVERY'S LIBRARY ARNOLD (MATTHEW) Poetical Works
    £2,500 - 3,000
    US$ 4,200 - 5,000

  • Lot 39
    DOORLY (GERALD S.) In the Wake, FIRST EDITION, Sampson Low, Marsten & Co., 1936
    Sold for £3,000 (US$ 5,042) inc. premium

  • Lot 40
    DOORLY (GERALD S.) The Voyages of the "Morning", FIRST EDITION, Smith Elder, 1916
    Sold for £2,250 (US$ 3,781) inc. premium

  • Lot 41
    MARKHAM (CLEMENTS) Autograph manuscript titled "Robert Falcon Scott", 2pp., in ink, folio, [undated]
    Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,151) inc. premium

  • Lot 42
    MULOCK (GEORGE F.A.) The Charts of the "Discovery" Antarctic Expedition, FIRST EDITION, Royal Geographical Society, 1908
    £5,000 - 6,000
    US$ 8,400 - 10,000

  • Lot 43
    MULOCK (GEORGE FRANCIS ARTHUR) Sledge Journeys from Winter Quarters, maps [c.1908]
    £300 - 400
    US$ 500 - 670

  • Lot 44
    MURRAY (GEORGE) The Antarctic Manual for the use of the Expedition of 1901, FIRST EDITION, Royal Geographical Society, 1901
    Sold for £8,500 (US$ 14,286) inc. premium

  • Lot 45
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) A portrait signed "Con" in ink on the image, [c.1900]; together with a portrait of Scott in Naval uniform signed in facsimilie (2)
    Sold for £3,750 (US$ 6,303) inc. premium

  • Lot 46
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) Autograph letter signed "R.F. Scott", probably to Henry Sulivan
    Sold for £2,250 (US$ 3,781) inc. premium

  • Lot 47
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) and FRIDTJOF NANSEN Signatures of Scott and Nansen in an album presented to the lecture agent Gerald Christy, 1908
    Sold for £1,000 (US$ 1,680) inc. premium

  • Lot 48
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) The Voyage of the 'Discovery', 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED BY SCOTT, 1905
    Sold for £4,000 (US$ 6,723) inc. premium

  • Lot 49
    SCOTT (Captain ROBERT FALCON) The Voyage of the 'Discovery', vol. 1 (of 2), AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO THOMAS S. WILLIAMSON, 1905
    Sold for £3,250 (US$ 5,462) inc. premium

  • Lot 50
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) The Voyage of the 'Discovery', 2 vol., FIRST EDITION
    Sold for £1,500 (US$ 2,521) inc. premium

  • Lot 51
    SCOTT and OFFICERS OF DISCOVERY Captain Scott with the officers of Discovery
    Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium

  • Lot 52
    SOUTH POLAR TIMES SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY), L.C. BERNACCHI and APSLEY CHERRY-GARRARD, editors. South Polar Times, 3 vol., LIMITED EDITIONS, 1907-1914
    £10,000 - 15,000
    US$ 17,000 - 25,000

  • Lot 53
    SLEDGE RUNNER An engraved German silver portion of sledge runner from a sledge used on the Western Journey of Scott's Discovery expedition, fashioned into a torc bracelet, [c.1904]
    Sold for £4,000 (US$ 6,723) inc. premium

  • Lot 54
    WELLER (WILLIAM ISAAC, Able Seaman) Long autograph letter signed, 8 June 1903
    Sold for £3,500 (US$ 5,882) inc. premium

  • Lot 55
    MORRISON (JOHN DONALD) Three albums containing upwards of 250 images recording the two voyages to McMurdo Sound by S.Y. Morning, of which Morrison was Chief Engineer, 1902-1904
    £7,000 - 9,000
    US$ 12,000 - 15,000

  • Lot 56
    LOG BOOKS
    Sold for £11,875 (US$ 19,959) inc. premium

  • Lot 57
    MORNING. Six photographs together with memorablia relating to J.D. Morrison (small quantity)
    Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium

  • Lot 58
    CAMERA - "Eastman Kodak Co. No. 3 Cartridge Kodak", belonging to J.D. Morrison
    Sold for £687 (US$ 1,155) inc. premium

  • Lot 59
    POLAR MEDAL E.VII.R., bronze issue, no bar, engraved (J.D.Morrison. "Morning." 1902-4.)
    Sold for £3,500 (US$ 5,882) inc. premium

  • Lot 60
    SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS - 1½ inch Refracting Telescope, blanket, aneroid barometer, and penguin egg (4)
    Sold for £1,000 (US$ 1,680) inc. premium

  • Lot 61
    SONGS OF THE MORNING. Yuss"; "The North Land", words by J.D. Morrison and music by Gerald S. Doorly, manuscript on paper, [1902]
    Sold for £350 (US$ 588) inc. premium

  • Lot 62
    SHACKLETON PRESENTATION Three items, belonging to Morrison, comprising:
    Sold for £687 (US$ 1,155) inc. premium

  • Lot 63
    DRYGALSKI (ENRICH von) Zum Kontinent des eisigen Sudens, FIRST EDITION, Berlin, George Reimer, 1904
    Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium

  • Lot 64
    DRYGALSKI (ENRICH Von) Zum Kontinent des eisigen Sudens. Deutsche Südpolar Expedition fahrten des "Gauss" 1901-1903, FIRST EDITION, AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY inscribed "Seinem lieben Dr. O. Schlüter freundlichst überreicht. 24 Nov. 04. Erich von Drygalski" on half-title
    Sold for £3,250 (US$ 5,462) inc. premium

  • Lot 65
    WEGENER (GEORG) Der Südpol. Die Südpolarforschung und die deutsche Südpolar-Expedition, FIRST EDITION, Berlin, Verlag von Hermann Baetel, 1897
    Sold for £1,125 (US$ 1,890) inc. premium

  • Lot 66
    BROWN (R.N. RUDMOSE), R. C. MOSSMAN and J.H. HARVEY PIRIE The Voyage of the "Scotia", FIRST EDITION, William Blackwood & Sons, 1906
    Sold for £725 (US$ 1,218) inc. premium

  • Lot 67
    BROWN (ROBERT NEAL RUDMOSE), and others. The Voyage of the "Scotia.", PRESENTATION INSCRIPTION OF W.S. BRUCE, 1906
    Sold for £1,437 (US$ 2,416) inc. premium

  • Lot 68
    CHARCOT (JEAN-BAPTISTE) Journal de l'expédition Antarctique Française, 1903-1905, FIRST EDITION, Paris, Ernest Flammarion, 1906
    Sold for £2,250 (US$ 3,781) inc. premium

  • Lot 69*
    ANEROID BAROMETER A William Cary aneroid barometer provided for Ernest Shackleton's British Antarctic Expedition of 1907-1909
    £18,000 - 20,000
    US$ 30,000 - 34,000

  • Lot 70
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY)
    Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,311) inc. premium

  • Lot 71
    SHORE PARTY The signatures of all sixteen members of the the shore party on paper headed "The British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909"
    Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,151) inc. premium

  • Lot 72
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) Aurora Australis, British Antarctic Expedition, 1908
    £60,000 - 80,000
    US$ 100,000 - 130,000

  • Lot 73
    MURRAY (JAMES) AND GEORGE MARSTON Antarctic Days. Sketches of the Homely side of Polar Life by two of Shackleton's Men, Andrew Melrose, 1913
    Sold for £6,250 (US$ 10,505) inc. premium

  • Lot 74
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) The Heart of the Antarctic. Being the Story of the British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909, 3 vol. (including "The Antarctic Book Winter Quarters 1907-09"), LIMITED TO 300 COPIES, WITH SIGNATURES OF ALL THE SHORE PARTY, 1909
    Sold for £12,500 (US$ 21,010) inc. premium

  • Lot 75
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) The Heart of the Antarctic, being the Story of the British Antarctic Expedition 1907-1909, Philadelphia, J.P. Lippincott, 1909
    Sold for £937 (US$ 1,575) inc. premium

  • Lot 76
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) The Antarctic Book. Winter Quarters 1907-1909 [supplement to The Heart of the Antarctic], FIRST EDITION, ONE OF 300 COPIES SIGNED BY EVERY MEMBER OF THE SHORE PARTY
    Sold for £6,250 (US$ 10,505) inc. premium

  • Lot 77
    CAMPBELL GLACIER. 'Rough surface on Campbell Glacier', silver gelatin print, signed by Frank Wild, Griffith Taylor and Raymond Priestley
    Sold for £1,062 (US$ 1,785) inc. premium

  • Lot 78
    NIMROD - SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) The Bill of Sale for the Nimrod by Shackleton, 1911
    Sold for £7,500 (US$ 12,606) inc. premium

  • Lot 79
    CHARCOT MEDAL JEAN-BAPTISTE CHARCOT MEDAL
    Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,311) inc. premium

  • Lot 80
    CHARCOT (JEAN-BAPTISTE) Le Pourquoi-pas? Dans l'Antarctique: Journal de la Deuxième Expédition ai Pole Sud, 1908-1910, FIRST EDITION, Paris, Ernest Flammarion, 1910
    Sold for £625 (US$ 1,050) inc. premium

  • Lot 81
    CHARCOT (JEAN-BAPTISTE) The Voyage of the "Why Not?" in the Antarctic, FIRST EDITION, New York, Hodder & Stoughton, 1911
    Sold for £437 (US$ 735) inc. premium

  • Lot 82
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) Portrait, head and shoulders in fine clothes, with hat, INSCRIBED AND DATED (Rome, January 1917) BY AMUNDSEN on the image
    Sold for £4,000 (US$ 6,723) inc. premium

  • Lot 83
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) Sydpolen. Den Norske Sydpolsfærd med Fram 1910-1912, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, Kristiania, Jacob Dybwads Forlag, 1912
    Sold for £3,000 (US$ 5,042) inc. premium

  • Lot 84
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) The South Pole. An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the "Fram" 1912-1912, John Murray, 1912
    Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium

  • Lot 85
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) The South Pole. An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the "Fram" 1910-1912, New York, Lee Keedick, 1913
    Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium

  • Lot 86
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) Au Pole sud expedition du "Fram" 1910-1912, Paris, Librairie Hachette et Cie, 1913
    Sold for £937 (US$ 1,575) inc. premium

  • Lot 87
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) Die Eroberung des Südpols, 1910-1912, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, Munchen, J. F. Lehmann, 1912
    Sold for £625 (US$ 1,050) inc. premium

  • Lot 88*
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) A pair of waterproof matchbox bags with aluminium screw-lids (length 220mm.) as supplied for the expedition to the South Pole, together with nine boxes of matches (7 "Nitedals Taendstikfabrik, Christiana", 2 "Haldens Electric")
    Sold for £10,000 (US$ 16,808) inc. premium

  • Lot 89
    AMUNDSEN MEDAL ROALD AMUNDSEN MEDAL
    Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,151) inc. premium

  • Lot 90*
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) Three Norwegian silver spoons, and a silver plaque, commemorating various events from Amundsen's career as a polar explorer, including his arrival at the South Pole (4)
    Sold for £1,750 (US$ 2,941) inc. premium

  • Lot 91*
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) Three Norwegian silver spoons, commemorating various events from Amundsen's career as a polar explorer, including his arrival at the South Pole, various sizes
    Sold for £1,625 (US$ 2,731) inc. premium

  • Lot 92
    SHORT (RICHARD) 'Terra Nova' leaving Cardiff, 15 June 1910
    Sold for £16,250 (US$ 27,313) inc. premium

  • Lot 93
    TERRA NOVA HILLSDON (W.) A view of the Terra Nova in a drydock in Lyttelton, New Zealand, 1910
    Sold for £1,500 (US$ 2,521) inc. premium

  • Lot 94
    TERRA NOVA - Rigging plan, [c.1910]
    Sold for £3,125 (US$ 5,252) inc. premium

  • Lot 95
    TERRA NOVA A Dunn Bennett bone china plate from the ward room of the Terra Nova
    Sold for £3,750 (US$ 6,303) inc. premium

  • Lot 96
    TERRA NOVA A collection of flatware from the Terra Nova, comprising four forks, two fish knives, and one spoon (7)
    £3,000 - 4,000
    US$ 5,000 - 6,700

  • Lot 97
    TERRA NOVA An electroplated cruet set from the Terra Nova wardroom, by Walker & Henderson, Sheffield, [c.1900]
    Sold for £7,250 (US$ 12,185) inc. premium

  • Lot 98
    TERRA NOVA HALF MODEL A important Builder's half model of the Polar Exploration Barque Terra Nova, Dundee, 1885
    Sold for £10,000 (US$ 16,808) inc. premium

  • Lot 99
    BOWERS (HENRY ROBERTSON) Manuscript hydrographic map drawn by Bowers, extending from the Arctic Circle to the Antarctic; and 2 other items signed by Bowers
    Sold for £812 (US$ 1,365) inc. premium

  • Lot 100
    BOWERS (HENRY ROBERTSON) Commission appointing Bowers to position of Sub-Lieutenant in the Royal Indian Marine, 1905
    Sold for £1,125 (US$ 1,890) inc. premium

  • Lot 101
    BOWERS (HENRY ROBERTSON, 'Birdie')
    Sold for £1,500 (US$ 2,521) inc. premium

  • Lot 102
    BOWERS (HENRY ROBERTSON) Log of the Loch Torridon, kept by Bowers on a voyage from London towards Adelaide, 1902
    Sold for £1,000 (US$ 1,680) inc. premium

  • Lot 103
    BOWERS (HENRY ROBERTSON, 'Birdie') Souvenir miniature lifebelt of the Loch Torridon enclosing a pencil and watercolour view of the ship
    Sold for £375 (US$ 630) inc. premium

  • Lot 104
    BOWERS (HENRY ROBERTSON, 'Birdie')
    Sold for £1,500 (US$ 2,521) inc. premium

  • Lot 105
    BOWERS (HENRY ROBERTSON, "Birdie") Draft memorandum notes relating to the march to the Pole, [1911]; and 3 other items by Bowers (4)
    Sold for £9,375 (US$ 15,757) inc. premium

  • Lot 106
    BOWERS (HENRY ROBERTSON, 'Birdie') Three autograph letters signed, written from Burma, 1907-1909
    £4,000 - 6,000
    US$ 6,700 - 10,000

  • Lot 107
    BOWERS (HENRY ROBERTSON) Bowers' naval sword from his service in the Royal Indian Marine
    Sold for £7,500 (US$ 12,606) inc. premium

  • amended
    Lot 108
    BOWERS (HENRY ROBERTSON, 'Birdie') "The Polar Party and their Sledge", 1912
    £4,000 - 6,000
    US$ 6,700 - 10,000

  • Lot 109
    BOWERS (HENRY ROBERTSON 'Birdie') The Polar Party and their sledge; and a note (2)
    Sold for £2,750 (US$ 4,622) inc. premium

  • Lot 110
    BOWERS (ALEXANDER) Bowers' personal notebook relating to Siam; with other items
    £400 - 600
    US$ 670 - 1,000

  • Lot 111
    BOWERS (ALEXANDER) [The Gulistan of Sheikh Muslih-uddin Sa'di Shirazi], in Persian
    £800 - 1,200
    US$ 1,300 - 2,000

  • Lot 112
    BOWERS (ALEXANDER) Autograph letter signed to [James] Talboys Wheeler, Secretary to the Chief Comissioner of British Burma, 1870; and another manuscript
    Sold for £350 (US$ 588) inc. premium

  • Lot 113
    BOWERS (ALEXANDER) Bhamo Expedition. Report on the Practicability of Re-opening the Trade Route, between Burma and Western China, Rangoon, 1869
    Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium

  • Lot 114
    BOWERS (ALEXANDER) Autograph manuscript of an address to "The Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce Glasgow", [c.1870]
    Sold for £525 (US$ 882) inc. premium

  • Lot 115
    CARDIFF RECEPTION "City of Cardiff. British Antarctic Expedition, 1910. The Lord Mayor... Request the pleasure of the Company of [in ink Leading Stoker E.A. McKenzie, R.N] .... at a Reception, 1910; and 2 other invitations (3)
    £800 - 1,200
    US$ 1,300 - 2,000

  • Lot 116
    CHERRY-GARRARD (APSLEY) Cherry-Garrard's copy of an off-print from The Ibis, entitled "Ornithological Results of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition - III. On the Birds of the Weddell and adjacent Seas, Antarctic Ocean"
    Sold for £562 (US$ 945) inc. premium

  • Lot 117
    CHERRY-GERRARD (APSLEY) The Worst Journey in the World. Antarctic 1910-1913, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, Constable & Co., 1922
    Sold for £23,750 (US$ 39,919) inc. premium

  • Lot 118
    CHERRY-GARRARD (APSLEY) The Worst Journey in the World. Antarctic 1910-1913, 2 vol., Constable & Co., 1922
    Sold for £18,750 (US$ 31,515) inc. premium

  • Lot 119
    CHERRY-GARRARD (APSLEY) Winsor & Newton Sketchbook, 1913
    Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,311) inc. premium

  • Lot 120
    CHERRY-GARRARD (APSLEY GEORGE BENET) Mount Erebus, and another unidentified topographical view presumed to be Antarctic, [c.1932] (2)
    Sold for £2,750 (US$ 4,622) inc. premium

  • Lot 121
    DEBENHAM (FRANK) Album of photographs, and inscribed copies (3)
    Sold for £5,000 (US$ 8,404) inc. premium

  • Lot 122
    DEBENHAM (FRANK) British (Terra Nova) Antarctic Expedition 1910-1913, FIRST EDITION, Harrison & Sons, 1923
    Sold for £525 (US$ 882) inc. premium

  • Lot 123
    DEBENHAM (FRANK) British (Terra Nova) Antarctic Expedition 1910-1913, FIRST EDITION, Harrison & Sons, 1923
    Sold for £200 (US$ 336) inc. premium

  • Lot 124
    EVANS, LASHLY and CREAN Group portrait on Terra Nova of Evans with the two men who saved him on the return from the Beardmore Glacier, after parting from the Polar Party
    Sold for £775 (US$ 1,302) inc. premium

  • Lot 125
    EVANS (EDWARD R.G.R., later Lord Mountevans)Postcard of Terra Nova at Lyttleton, signed, mentioning a sledge party to lay depots, [1912]
    Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,311) inc. premium

  • Lot 126
    EVANS (EDWARD R. G. R.) South with Scott, FIRST EDITION, W. Collins, 1921
    Sold for £1,750 (US$ 2,941) inc. premium

  • Lot 127
    TERRA NOVA An electroplated silver six slice toast rack
    Sold for £4,375 (US$ 7,353) inc. premium

  • Lot 128
    TERRA NOVA A collection of Dunn Bennett bone china from the ward room of the Terra Nova, comprising a plate (diameter 220mm.), a bowl (diameter 125mm.), and a tea cup (diamter 80mm.); and a saucer (4)
    Sold for £8,125 (US$ 13,656) inc. premium

  • Lot 129
    TERRA NOVA Entrée dish
    Sold for £5,000 (US$ 8,404) inc. premium

  • Lot 130
    TERRA NOVA A collection of flatware from the Terra Nova, comprising three forks (one table, two types of dessert), two spoons (one table, one tea); and 2 knives (7)
    Sold for £2,750 (US$ 4,622) inc. premium

  • Lot 131
    TERRA NOVA "Menu - June 22nd 1911. Winter Quarters. Cape Evans"
    Sold for £7,500 (US$ 12,606) inc. premium

  • Lot 132
    TERRA NOVA Stilton scoop, from the Terra Nova
    Sold for £3,375 (US$ 5,672) inc. premium

  • Lot 133
    WILSON (ORIANA) Autograph letter signed ("yours gratefully Oriana Wilson"), to F.J. Hooper, writing to "thank you for the part you took in the finding of the tent with the three bodies in it - I am more grateful to you than I can say for that journey...", acknowledging Hooper's friendship to Edward Wilson "I know on the ship ...how well you looked after him - I shall always be grateful to you for all that you did for him in life", hoping that they may have a minute to meet before her departure from New Zealand on 6 March, and wishing "you will always count me as a friend in the place of Dr. Wilson..."
    Sold for £6,875 (US$ 11,555) inc. premium

  • Lot 134
    WILSON (EDWARD A.) Portrait of Edward A. Wilson, standing half-length, in Antarctica, [1911]; and a christmas card signed by Hooper (2)
    Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium

  • Lot 135
    SLEDGING MAP A finely executed map showing the major geological features between Ross Island and the South Pole
    Sold for £6,000 (US$ 10,084) inc. premium

  • Lot 136
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, INSCRIBED TO SCOTT, [c.1910]
    Sold for £3,500 (US$ 5,882) inc. premium

  • Lot 137
    LEVICK (GEORGE MURRAY) The celebrated group photograph taken by Dr. Murray Levick of the Northern Party outside the ice cave in which they has survived the Antarctic winter
    Sold for £4,375 (US$ 7,353) inc. premium

  • Lot 138
    LEVICK (GEORGE MURRAY) A pair of finnesko belonging to Levick; a full-length portrait of Levick laden with camera and instrument cases, with skis and wearing finnesko
    Sold for £2,500 (US$ 4,202) inc. premium

  • Lot 139
    LEVICK (GEORGE MURRAY) George M. Levick's surgeon kit, made by Down Brothers, containing most of its original contents, including silver and nickel plated scapels, forceps, bistouries, clamps, scissors, a syringe, silk, and more
    Sold for £6,250 (US$ 10,505) inc. premium

  • Lot 140
    LEVICK (GEORGE MURRAY) An important autograph manuscript describing the plight of the Northern Party from their first realising the possibility of not being picked up by Terra Nova, and through the first couple of months that it took to create a proper shelter and establish the routine that enabled all six men to survive seven months in an ice cave
    £20,000 - 30,000
    US$ 34,000 - 50,000

  • Lot 141
    LEVICK (GEORGE MURRAY) Autograph manuscript describing the physical and mental challenges posed by the unexpected overwintering of the Northern Party in the ice cave on Inexpresssible Island, and Levick's role in understanding and managing the diet and symptoms suffered by the party
    £5,000 - 7,000
    US$ 8,400 - 12,000

  • Lot 142
    MCKENZIE (EDWARD ARCHIBALD) Pewter kitchen baluster pepper pot from the Terra Nova; and cabinet portrait (2)
    Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,151) inc. premium

  • Lot 143
    MCKENZIE (EDWARD. A.) Sheet signed by ten members of the Terra Nova; and a portrait of McKenzie
    Sold for £525 (US$ 882) inc. premium

  • Lot 144
    OATES (LAWRENCE EDWARD GRACE) Head and shoulders portrait in military uniform
    £1,000 - 1,500
    US$ 1,700 - 2,500

  • Lot 145
    OATES (LAWRENCE EDWARD GRACE) "A Very Gallant Gentleman," Captain Oates leaving the tent
    Sold for £937 (US$ 1,575) inc. premium

  • Lot 146
    POLAR AUTOGRAPHS - An autograph album containing the signatures of approximately 20 members of polar expeditions
    £1,000 - 1,500
    US$ 1,700 - 2,500

  • Lot 147
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE) "Midnight in the Antarctic Summer"
    Sold for £8,750 (US$ 14,707) inc. premium

  • Lot 148
    PONTING (H.G.) "Midnight Sun in McMurdo Sound", blue carbon print, [1911]
    Sold for £10,000 (US$ 16,808) inc. premium

  • Lot 149
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE) "The Freezing of the Sea", [1911]
    Sold for £15,000 (US$ 25,212) inc. premium

  • Lot 150
    PONTING (HERBERT G.) "The Castle Berg", large carbon print, [c.1912]
    Sold for £5,000 (US$ 8,404) inc. premium

  • Lot 151
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE) "The Terra Nova at the Ice-Foot, Cape Evans"
    Sold for £13,750 (US$ 23,111) inc. premium

  • Lot 152
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE) "Summertime, the Opening-up of the Ice"
    Sold for £6,875 (US$ 11,555) inc. premium

  • Lot 153
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE) "The Southern Party"
    Sold for £4,375 (US$ 7,353) inc. premium

  • Lot 154
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE) "Commander Evans Observing and Occulation of Jupiter"
    Sold for £4,000 (US$ 6,723) inc. premium

  • Lot 155
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE) A collection of 22 images from the Terra Nova expedition
    Sold for £2,750 (US$ 4,622) inc. premium

  • Lot 156
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE) "Mr. Day & the motor sledge
    Sold for £2,750 (US$ 4,622) inc. premium

  • Lot 157
    PONTING (HERBERT G.) 3 vol. associated with Ponting's film, a presentation inscr. from Kathleen Scott, and a vintage print by Bowers at the South Pole (3)
    £3,000 - 5,000
    US$ 5,000 - 8,400

  • amended
    Lot 158
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE) An album containing an important group of 68 images by Herbert Ponting or 'Birdie' Bowers including Scott and his companions at the South Pole, 1910-1913
    £30,000 - 40,000
    US$ 50,000 - 67,000

  • Lot 159
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE) "Return of 1st Party to Winter Quarters from Hut Point, April 1911"
    Sold for £2,750 (US$ 4,622) inc. premium

  • Lot 160
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE) "The Crew of Terra Nova", INSCRIBED BY PONTING ON THE IMAGE "To Mac"
    £6,000 - 8,000
    US$ 10,000 - 13,000

  • Lot 161
    PONTING (HERBERT) "Captain Scott's Birthday Dinner", [1911]
    Sold for £3,500 (US$ 5,882) inc. premium

  • Lot 162
    PONTING (HERBERT G.) "Cavern in an Iceberg", fine carbon print, [c.1912]
    Sold for £11,250 (US$ 18,909) inc. premium

  • Lot 163
    PONTING (HERBERT) The Great White South, FIRST EDITION, Duckworth, 1921
    Sold for £525 (US$ 882) inc. premium

  • Lot 164
    PONTING (HERBERT G.) The Great White South or With Scott in the Antarctic, eighth impression, AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY, 1928
    Sold for £525 (US$ 882) inc. premium

  • Lot 165
    PONTING (HERBERT GEORGE)
    Sold for £350 (US$ 588) inc. premium

  • Lot 166
    PONTING (HERBERT ) With Captain Scott to the South Pole... The Complete Cinematograph Diary of Captain Scott's Memorable Journey...; and 4 other items, inc. advertisement slip (5)
    £1,500 - 2,000
    US$ 2,500 - 3,400

  • Lot 167
    PONTING (H.G.) With Captain Scott in the Antarctic, lecture programme,[c.1914]
    Sold for £250 (US$ 420) inc. premium

  • Lot 168
    POSTAL HISTORY Victoria Land. 1911, 1/2d. deep green, and 1d. carmine, each overprinted "Victoria Land", stamped "British Antarctic Exped. NZ 1.30PM, Ja. 18/13", each mounted on Expedition paper with the expedition emblem "British Antarctic Expedition Terra Nova R.Y.S." in a band surrounding a penguin standing on the Pole, fine; with bibliography (3)
    Sold for £1,062 (US$ 1,785) inc. premium

  • Lot 169
    PROGRAMMES - POLAR LECTURES A collection of eleven programmes for lectures, exhibitions and film showings relating to Polar expeditions led by Shackleton, Scott, Amundsen and Nansen (11)
    Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,151) inc. premium

  • Lot 170
    PRIESTLEY (RAYMOND E.) Antarctic Adventure: Scott's Northern Party, FIRST EDITION, Fisher Unwin, 1914
    Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,311) inc. premium

  • Lot 171*
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) Autograph Letter Signed, 4 pages, 8vo, March 16, 1912, to Edgar Speyer
    Sold for £163,250 (US$ 274,393) inc. premium

  • Lot 172
    SCOTT MEMORIAL. A silver open face pocket fob watch, inscribed to Peter Scott in memory of his father, February 1913
    £1,500 - 2,000
    US$ 2,500 - 3,400

  • Lot 173
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) Reciept signed, with autograph note, 1910
    Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,151) inc. premium

  • Lot 174
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) The Photographs of Captain Robert Falcon Scott on the Terra Nova Expedition to the Antarctic in 1910-1912, NUMBER ONE OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 20 COPIES
    £15,000 - 17,000
    US$ 25,000 - 29,000

  • Lot 175
    SCOTT MEMORIAL PLAQUE An embossed and engraved commemorative silver plaque, headed "Antarctic Expedition", with four scenes from the "Terra Nova" expedition quartered on a central rectangular area (a dog sledge moving across the ice away from the Terra Nova; Scott's polar party preparing to man-haul a sledge; the five man party at the Pole; memorial and burial place of Scott, Wilson and Bowers), with a central "boss" of the ship's cat 'Nigger', within a wide border of decorative scroll work bearing the names those who reached the Pole and a polar flag within a frame of laurel leaves, the cornerpieces with medallion portraits of Scott, his wife Kathleen, their son Peter, and another view of the Scott monument
    Sold for £6,250 (US$ 10,505) inc. premium

  • Lot 176
    SCOTT MEMORIAL PLAQUE An embossed and engraved bronzed copper commemorative plaque, headed "Antarctic Expedition", with four scenes from the "Terra Nova" expedition quartered on a central rectangular area
    Sold for £625 (US$ 1,050) inc. premium

  • Lot 177
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) Scott's Last Expedition, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, CAROLINE OATES'S COPY, 1913
    Sold for £2,250 (US$ 3,781) inc. premium

  • Lot 178
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) Scott's Last Expedition, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, dust-jackets, Smith Elder, 1913
    Sold for £2,750 (US$ 4,622) inc. premium

  • Lot 179
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) Scott's Last Expedition, 2 vol. FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY INSCRIBED BY KATHLEEN SCOTT to Clements Markham, 1913
    Sold for £4,000 (US$ 6,723) inc. premium

  • Lot 180
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) Scott's Last Expedition, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, Smith Elder, 1913
    Sold for £3,125 (US$ 5,252) inc. premium

  • Lot 181
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) Typed letter signed ("R.F. Scott"), to Sir Archibald Geikie, petitioning his help in persuading the New Zealand government to allow the geologistMackintosh-Bell to join the Expedition, 7 January, 1910
    Sold for £2,750 (US$ 4,622) inc. premium

  • Lot 182
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) Captain Scott's dressing box, by Gray and Sons, Piccadilly, containing an assorted collection of ephemeral items, including tie pins, a matchbox and buttons, etc.
    £8,000 - 10,000
    US$ 13,000 - 17,000

  • Lot 183
    SCOTT (KATHLEEN) Autograph letter signed ("Kathleen Scott"), to Sir Archibald Geikie, inviting him to view "a new & very remarkable set of cinematograph films [which] have been sent back from my husband in the Antarctic..."
    £2,000 - 3,000
    US$ 3,400 - 5,000

  • Lot 184
    SCRAPBOOK A scrapbook assembled in the years after 1912 by Miss Joyce Collins
    Sold for £1,250 (US$ 2,101) inc. premium

  • Lot 185
    SIMPSON (GEORGE CLARKE) Scott's Polar Journey and the Weather, FIRST EDITION, Clarendon Press, 1926
    Sold for £812 (US$ 1,365) inc. premium

  • Lot 186
    SOUTH POLAR TIMES SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY), LOUIS CHARLES BERNACCHI and ASPLE CHERRY-GARRARD editors, 3 vol., Smith Elder, 1907
    £20,000 - 30,000
    US$ 34,000 - 50,000

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    Lot 187
    STONE (BERNARD, Leading Stoker R.N.), S.Y. Terra Nova, Antarctica, 24 Jan 1913
    £2,000 - 4,000
    US$ 3,400 - 6,700

  • Lot 188
    TAYLOR (GRIFFITH) With Scott: The Silver Lining, New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1916
    Sold for £1,125 (US$ 1,890) inc. premium

  • Lot 189
    WILSON (E.) 11 reproductions of his Antarctic watercolours, letter from Oriana Wilson, and other items (small qty)
    Sold for £3,250 (US$ 5,462) inc. premium

  • Lot 190
    WILSON (EDWARD ADRIAN) A print of Mount Erebus
    Sold for £375 (US$ 630) inc. premium

  • Lot 191
    WILSON (EDWARD) Sketch of a fantastic pressure ridge, 1911; together with 2 ALS, primus stove, aneroid barometer, and typescript ms with notes by EW (small quantity)
    Sold for £3,250 (US$ 5,462) inc. premium

  • Lot 192
    WILSON (EDWARD ADRIAN) An Antarctic vista with Emperor penguins in the foreground, [c.1911]
    Sold for £6,875 (US$ 11,555) inc. premium

  • Lot 193
    WILSON (EDWARD A.) 'The Crippetts' with a kestrel in the foreground, watercolour
    Sold for £1,125 (US$ 1,890) inc. premium

  • Lot 194
    WILSON (EDWARD ADRIAN) Two exhibition catalogues of art works by E.A. Wilson (2)
    £800 - 1,200
    US$ 1,300 - 2,000

  • Lot 195
    FILCHNER (WILHELM) Zum sechsten Erdteil. Die zweite Deutsche Südpolar-Expedition, FIRST EDITION, Berlin, Ullstein, 1922
    Sold for £562 (US$ 945) inc. premium

  • Lot 196
    DAVIS (JOHN KING) With the "Aurora" in the Antarctic 1911-1914, FIRST EDITION, Andrew Melrose, 1919
    Sold for £1,125 (US$ 1,890) inc. premium

  • Lot 197
    MAWSON (DOUGLAS) Rodina snezhnykh bur': istoriya Avstraliyskoy antarkticheskoy ekspeditsii 1911-1914
    £500 - 700
    US$ 840 - 1,200

  • Lot 198
    MAWSON (DOUGLAS) The Home of the Blizzard. Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-1914, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY inscribed in both volumes, 1915
    Sold for £2,750 (US$ 4,622) inc. premium

  • Lot 199
    MAWSON (DOUGLAS) The Home of the Blizzard, 2. vol., William Heinemann, 1915
    Sold for £1,250 (US$ 2,101) inc. premium

  • Lot 200
    MAWSON (DOUGLAS) The Home of the Blizzard. Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-1914, 2 vol., fine copy, Philadelphia, 1915
    Sold for £1,500 (US$ 2,521) inc. premium

  • Lot 201
    HURLEY (FRANK) Argonauts of the South, New York, Putnam's, 1925
    Sold for £750 (US$ 1,260) inc. premium

  • Lot 202
    JOYCE (ERNEST E. MILLS) The South Polar Trail: The Log of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, Duckworth, 1929
    £1,000 - 1,500
    US$ 1,700 - 2,500

  • Lot 203
    MARSTON (GEORGE E.) 'Sunset Elephant Island - from the lookout point Sunset and no relief in sight'
    Sold for £11,250 (US$ 18,909) inc. premium

  • Lot 204
    MCILROY (JAMES ARCHIBALD) War Office Certificate of Fitness form, filled-out on McIlroy's return from Shackleton's expedition, signed by McIlroy, 1916
    £300 - 500
    US$ 500 - 840

  • Lot 205
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) Typed letter signed ("E.H. Shackleton"), written in support of William Speirs Bruce , 1914
    £2,000 - 3,000
    US$ 3,400 - 5,000

  • Lot 206
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) South. The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917, FIRST EDITION, William Heinemann, 1919
    Sold for £2,500 (US$ 4,202) inc. premium

  • Lot 207
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) South, fine presentation inscription from Shackleton, 1920
    £2,000 - 3,000
    US$ 3,400 - 5,000

  • Lot 208
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) South. The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-17, FIRST EDITION, AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO FRANK WORSLEY inscribed "To Wuzzles from the Boss in memory of all he is and did in the old Antarctic days, Ernest Shackleton, 21st. Nov. 1919", with Worsley's bold ownership inscription "Commander F.A. Worsley" on the half-title, several passages marked in pencil, and one map annotated in ink
    Sold for £22,500 (US$ 37,818) inc. premium

  • Lot 209
    WORSLEY (FRANK A.) Endurance. An Epic Polar Adventure, FIRST EDITION, Philip Allan, 1931
    Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium

  • Lot 210
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) The Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, prospectus, [1914]; with accompanying typed letter
    Sold for £4,000 (US$ 6,723) inc. premium

  • Lot 211
    COPE (JOHN LACHLAN) A good album containing 100 images of the John Cope Expedition with a fine presentation inscription
    £4,000 - 6,000
    US$ 6,700 - 10,000

  • Lot 212
    BAGSHAWE (THOMAS W.) Two Men in the Antarctic. An Expedition to Graham Land 1920-1922, Cambridge University Press, 1939
    Sold for £812 (US$ 1,365) inc. premium

  • Lot 213
    DINNER AT LISBON. Signed menu, Pass for Quest and Poem, 1921
    Sold for £1,625 (US$ 2,731) inc. premium

  • Lot 214
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) South. The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-17, fourth impression, AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY, SIGNATURES OF SEVERAL QUEST MEMBERS, 1920; and 4 photos, one signed by Shackleton
    Sold for £1,750 (US$ 2,941) inc. premium

  • Lot 215
    WILKINS (GEORGE HUBERT) A collection of approximately of 110 images (including a handful of duplicates), recording the voyage of the Quest to South Georgia, Shackleton's grave, Quest's voyage south from South Georgia, members of the expedition at the Shackleton cairn on South Georgia
    Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,151) inc. premium

  • Lot 216
    WILKINS (GEORGE HUBERT) A collection of approximately 70 images (including duplicates) recording the visit of Quest to Tristan da Cuhna (including Gough and possibly Nightingale or Inaccessible islands), 1922
    Sold for £1,750 (US$ 2,941) inc. premium

  • Lot 217
    WILD (FRANK) Shackleton's Last Voyage, FIRST EDITION, Cassells, 1923
    Sold for £625 (US$ 1,050) inc. premium

  • Lot 218
    WILKINS (GEORGE H.) Series of 8 autograph letters signed, 1921-1922
    Sold for £5,625 (US$ 9,454) inc. premium

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    Lot 219
    HOROWITZ (AUGUST) Little America Times 1933-1935, New York, 1935
    £4,000 - 5,000
    US$ 6,700 - 8,400

  • Lot 220
    CHRISTENSEN (LARS) My Last Expedition to the Antarctic 1936-1937, Oslo, Johan Grundt Tanum, 1938
    Sold for £1,187 (US$ 1,995) inc. premium

  • Lot 221
    CHRISTENSEN (LARS) My Last Expedition to the Antarctic 1936-1937, Oslo, Johan Grundt Tanum, 1938
    Sold for £350 (US$ 588) inc. premium

  • Lot 222
    RITSCHER (ALFRED) Deutsche Antarktische Expedition 1938/39 mit dem Flugzeugstutzpunkt der Deutschen Lufthansa, A.G.MS, "Schwabenland", Kapitan A. Kottas. 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, Leipzig, Koehler & Amelang, 1942
    Sold for £3,750 (US$ 6,303) inc. premium

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