THE STORY OF THREE EXPEDITIONS THROUGH THE ALASKAN WILDERNESS TO MOUNT MCKINLEY, NORTH AMERICA'S HIGHEST AND MOST INACCESSIBLE MOUNTAIN
BY BELMORE BROWNE WITH APPENDIX BY HERSCHEL C. PARKER
1913 FIRST USA EDITION
VERY NEARLY THE FIRST ASCENT -- STOPPING JUST A FEW METERS BELOW THE SUMMIT
CONDITION: Original tan buckram, gilt lettering cover & spine, gilt & black decoration cover & spine, TEG. Generally nice condition, some darkening to spine, some light spotting spine, covers clean and bright, tight binding, no foxing, short gift inscription on first blank page (no other previous owner marks or writing on any other pages), clean & bright pages, folding map is in fine condition Price: $450.
NOTE: We also have a copy for $210 of the 1913 first USA edition with age-darkening spine, scattered speckled light spots front and rear cover (sometimes referred to as “silverfishing” = enamel coating erratically missing from covers but without loss of gilt or decorated areas), otherwise VG condition with clean and fine contents.
|CLICK ON PICTURE TO ENLARGE.|
ALL PHOTOS ARE OF THE ACTUAL ITEM BEING OFFERED
WE NEVER USE STOCK PHOTOS
WE NEVER USE BAIT AND SWITCH TACTICS
To order this book by phone, use this number (USA) 503-246-2752
click here to enquire about or to reserve the book by email: email@example.com
For ordering information, forms of payment accepted, return policies, etc. click here
click here to return to JP MOUNTAIN BOOKS Home Page