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Fridtiof Nansen 1861-1893 by W C Brogger; Nordahl Rolfsen; translated by William Archer - First American Edition - 1896 - from Three Geese In Flight Celtic Books and

Fridtiof Nansen 1861-1893

by W C Brogger; Nordahl Rolfsen; translated by William Archer

Condition: Good+

Original Good+ Decorative Hardcover 1896 First Edition 402 pp B/W Photos. Drawings maps Good+ Solid copy NOT a library copy NO Writing NO Signatures NO Book plates But a Lot of foxing throughout. None on illustrations and not on maps. Some rubbing across top and at and bumped edges. Amazing journey to Greenland and Arctic and a history of Arctic explorers. Social life of the north Dogs, sled. Many maps with tissue paper. Frontis of Nansen with tissue. A good+ solid copy. NO ownership markings. See our photos. Three Geese in Flight Books Passionate customer service since 1977


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