The Gentleman's Magellan : A Voyage of Re-Discovery Around Cape Horn

By: Mulgrew, Peter

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Auckland, New Zealand: Morris-Cobb, 1974. Peter Mulgrew was with Hillary's expedition to climb Makalu without oxygen in 1957, where he got frostbite and later had both feet and several fingers amputated, which makes this adventure all the more amazing. He was later killed in the Mt Erebus disater 1979 when he went in Hilary's stead on the plane. SIGNED by the AUTHOR to the half title with a personal inscription "To Pat with best wishes Peter Mulgrew March 1975". CONDITION Blue bds with Black title (unworn) pp 102 with full colour and b/w photo's, illus and maps (tight and clean, named to titlepage) Original DJ is fresh with sl faded spine and small nice to spine head, else fine.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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