14 December 2000
CHERRY-GARRARD, Apsley (1886-1959). The Worst Journey in the World. London: Constable and Company, .
2 volumes, 8o (220 x 142 mm). Half-titles. 16 plates and 5 maps, 14 folding. (Some occasional pale spotting and short tears to edges of sheets, spotting on fore-edges.) Original blue cloth, gilt-lettered on spines and covers (spines lightly faded, worn at ends, hinges weak).
FIRST EDITION, one of the classics of Antarctic literature, containing the only detailed account of the journey to the Pole apart from Scott's. Spence 277. (2)
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