27 September 2006
THE PROPERTY OF A LADY
SIR ERNEST HENRY SHACKLETON (1874-1922)
A 78rpm Gramophone Monarch recording of 'A Description of The Dash for the South Pole spoken by Lieut. Shackleton, M.V.O.', one side only recorded, black paper label printed in gilt with logo printed in colours, catalogue number '01028'. The Gramophone Co., Ltd, London: [circa 1910], 12in. (30.5cm.) diameter
[with:] a tinted studio portrait photograph of E.H. Shackleton, circa 1920 (2)
Lady Shackleton, and thence by descent to the present owner.
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