LOTS
 of 136
  • Lot 46
    RUSSIAN EXPLORING EXPEDITION, 1819-1821. BELLINGSHAUSEN (FABIAN GOTTLIEB von) The Voyage of Captain Bellingshausen to the Antarctic Seas 1819-1821, 2 vol., The Hakluyt Society, 1945
    Sold for £937 (US$ 1,575) inc. premium

  • Lot 47
    ROYAL NAVY EXPLORING EXPEDITION, 1839-1843. ROSS (Sir JAMES CLARK) A Voyage of Discovery and Research in the Southern and Antarctic Regions, 2 vol., FIRST EDITION, 1847
    Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium

  • Lot 48
    DUNDEE WHALING EXPEDITION, 1892-1893 BURN MURDOCH (WILLIAM GORDON) A view of three ships, one presumed from the Dundee Whaling Expedition, with icebergs and penguins in the foreground, [c.1892]
    Sold for £1,125 (US$ 1,890) inc. premium

  • Lot 49
    DUNDEE WHALING EXPEDITION, 1892-1893. MURDOCH (WILLIAM G. BURN) From Edinburgh to the Antarctic, 1894
    £400 - 500
    US$ 670 - 840

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    Lot 50
    DUNDEE WHALING EXPEDITION, 1892-1893. BURN MURDOCH (WILLIAM GORDON) From Edinburgh to the Antarctic. An Artist's Notes and Sketches during the Dundee Antarctic Expedition of 1892-1893...with a Chapter by W.S. Bruce, Naturalist of the Barque 'Balaena', Longmans, Green, 1894
    £500 - 700
    US$ 840 - 1,200

  • Lot 52
    BELGIAN ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION, 1898-1899. GERLACHE (ADRIEN DE) Voyage de la Belgica. Quinze mois dans l'Antarctique, 1902; with Lecointe. Aus Pays des Manchots, 1910 (2)
    £300 - 400
    US$ 500 - 670

  • Lot 53
    SWEDISH ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION, 1901-1904. NORDENSKJÖLD (NILS OTTO) Autograph letter signed ("Otto Nordenskjöld") to his translator Edward Adams-Ray ("Dear Sir..."), enclosing "the beginning of my manuscript. The whole will be 4000 words... you would greatly oblige me by writing it as dramatically as you can, perhaps also adding interesting points from the book... I hope you can read my rather difficult writing...", 1905
    £500 - 700
    US$ 840 - 1,200

  • Lot 54
    SWEDISH ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION, 1901-1904. NORDENSKJÖLD (NILS OTTO GUSTAV) and J.G. ANDERSSON, and others. "Antarctic," Zwei Jahre in Schnee und Eis am Südpol, 2 vol., Berlin, Dietrich Reimer, 1904
    £400 - 600
    US$ 670 - 1,000

  • Lot 55
    KOETTLITZ (REGINALD) - JACKSON-HARMSWORTH EXPEDITION Autograph journals of Reginld Koettlitz for the years 1895 and 1896 documenting his life and work in Franz Josef Land, 3 vol., Franz Josef Land, 1895-1896
    Sold for £23,750 (US$ 39,919) inc. premium

  • Lot 56
    DISCOVERY An electroplated silver Wardroom teapot with wooden handle, [c.1901]
    £8,000 - 12,000
    US$ 13,000 - 20,000

  • Lot 57
    KOETTLITZ (REGINALD) - DISCOVERY An electroplated butter dish
    £2,500 - 3,000
    US$ 4,200 - 5,000

  • Lot 58
    KOETTLITZ (REGINALD) - DISCOVERY An electroplated silver pocket compass presumed to have accompanied Koettlitz on the Discovery expedition, undated
    Sold for £3,250 (US$ 5,462) inc. premium

  • Lot 59
    KOETTLITZ (REGINALD) - MATCHBOX An engraved German silver portion of a sledge runner fashioned into a matchbox, [1903]
    Sold for £2,625 (US$ 4,412) inc. premium

  • Lot 60
    KOETTLITZ (REGINALD) - SLEDGE RUNNER An engraved German silver portion of a sledge runner fashioned into a teaspoon, [1903]
    Sold for £1,750 (US$ 2,941) inc. premium

  • Lot 61
    KOETTLITZ (REGINALD) - PERSONAL PAPERS The personal papers of Reginald Koettlitz, comprising his birth certificate, naturalisation certificate, signed by Herbert Asquith, Secretary of State at the time, his marriage certificate and will; and other material
    £800 - 1,000
    US$ 1,300 - 1,700

  • Lot 62
    KOETTLITZ (REGINALD) - SLEDGING FLAG Reginald Koettlitz's sledging flag, designed and created for the Discovery expedition, bearing the Koettlitz coat of arms, [c.1901]
    £15,000 - 20,000
    US$ 25,000 - 34,000

  • Lot 63
    KOETTLITZ (REGINALD) - DISCOVERY LIBRARY [DODGSON (CHARLES LUTWIDGE)] "Lewis Carroll" Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, 1899; Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There, 1901, Macmillan (2)
    Sold for £2,250 (US$ 3,781) inc. premium

  • Lot 64
    KOETTLITZ (REGINALD) and ROBERT FALCON SCOTT The Voyage of the Discovery, 2 vol. AUTHOR'S PRESENTATION COPY TO REGINALD KOETTLITZ, first edition, Smith Elder, 1905
    Sold for £5,625 (US$ 9,454) inc. premium

  • Lot 65
    KOETTLITZ (REGINALD) - SOUTH POLAR TIMES SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY), LOUIS C. BERNACCHI and APSLEY CHERRY-GARRARD, editors. South Polar Times, 2 vol. only, PRESENTATION COPY TO REGINALD KOETTLITZ, LIMITED EDITIONS, Smith, Elder & Co., 1907
    £5,000 - 7,000
    US$ 8,400 - 12,000

  • Lot 66*
    BERNACCHI (LOUIS) Papers of Louis 'Bunny' Bernacchi, physicist on Scott's Discovery Expedition
    Sold for £13,750 (US$ 23,111) inc. premium

  • Lot 67
    BERNACCHI and BORCHGREVINK - JOE'S SLED-DOG COLLAR
    Sold for £8,750 (US$ 14,707) inc. premium

  • Lot 68
    DISCOVERY - STATIONERY A collection of blank Discovery Expedition stationery, bearing the blue printed expedition logo, "Discovery Antarctic Expedition 1901," in a band surrounding a penguin on the pole, comprising 8 bifolio sheets, 3 with some discolouration at edges, 8vo (210 x 135mm), and 4 envelopes (95 x 120mm.) [c.1901] (12)
    Sold for £687 (US$ 1,155) inc. premium

  • Lot 69
    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
    £6,000 - 8,000
    US$ 10,000 - 13,000

  • Lot 70
    DISCOVERY GILLETT (EDWARD FRANK) A sketch entitled "The Return of the Discovery" showing the ship in dock, Scott and fellow Officers and "Eskimo dogs on the forecastle", [1904]
    Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium

  • Lot 71
    MURRAY (GEORGE, editor) The Antarctic Manual for the Use of the Expedition of 1901... with a Preface by Sir Clements R. Markham... Presented to the Expedition and Issued by the Royal Geographical Society, 1901
    Sold for £2,250 (US$ 3,781) inc. premium

  • Lot 72
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) Royal Geographical Society silver medal 1902-1904, of the type presented to Captain Scott and members of the British National Antarctic Expedition, [c.1904]
    Sold for £1,750 (US$ 2,941) inc. premium

  • Lot 73
    SCOTT (ROBERT FALCON) Autograph letter signed ("R.F.Scott") to the removals company, Pickford Ltd. ("Sir"), requesting that his goods from the Discovery be delivered to his new address at 56 Oakley Street, Chelsea: "I should like you to unpack and place the things in a room in the house in much the same order in which they were in my cabin onboard the Discovery...carpet, chair etc.--", Oct 13th [1904]; Oct 13th, [c.1904]; together with a blank Discovery expedition envelope (3)
    Sold for £1,625 (US$ 2,731) inc. premium

  • Lot 74
    WATERMAN (JOHN WILLIAM, A.B.) Private log of Able Seaman Waterman in S.S. Discovery..., 1901-1904; with his tool pouch and a certificate signed twice by Captain Scott
    Sold for £3,500 (US$ 5,882) inc. premium

  • Lot 75
    SOUTH POLAR TIMES. SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY), LOUIS C. BERNACCHI and APSLEY CHERRY-GARRARD, editors. South Polar Times, 2 vol. only, PRESENTATION COPY, Smith, Elder & Co., 1907
    Sold for £3,500 (US$ 5,882) inc. premium

  • Lot 76
    NIMROD EXPEDITION, 1907-1909. MURRAY (JAMES) and GEROGE MARSTON. Antarctic Days, limited edition, 1913
    Sold for £3,500 (US$ 5,882) inc. premium

  • Lot 77
    NIMROD EXPEDITION, 1907-1909. An unopened tin of Coleman's Mustard, [1907]
    Sold for £350 (US$ 588) inc. premium

  • Lot 78
    NIMROD EXPEDITION, 1907-1909. SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) - RECORDING "A Description of The dash for the South Pole spoken by Lieut. Shackleton, M.V.O. London", His Master's Voice, [1909]; and another later pressing of the same recording (2)
    £400 - 600
    US$ 670 - 1,000

  • Lot 79
    SHACKLETON (ERNEST HENRY) Postcard signed ("E.H. Shackleton"), with three one penny King Edward VII Land stamps; and a portrait postcard
    Sold for £525 (US$ 882) inc. premium

  • Lot 80*
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) - FLASKS A pair of flasks, marked "Aero Special" on the cup and engraved "Gute Fahrt. Glass und Metallwerke Ernst Jensen A.G. Berlin" on body of flask, (2)
    Sold for £3,000 (US$ 5,042) inc. premium

  • Lot 81*
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) - DIPLOMA An honorary diploma bestowed upon Amundsen by the town of Tønsberg, 23rd April 1907
    Sold for £1,250 (US$ 2,101) inc. premium

  • Lot 82*
    AMUNDSEN (ROALD) NANSEN (FRIDTJOF) Paa Ski over Grønland, SIGNED BY ROALD AMUNDSEN, Kristiania, H. Aschehoug, 1890
    Sold for £2,125 (US$ 3,571) inc. premium

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