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Berlin: Verlag Julius Springer, 1927., 1927
Hardcover. 381 Seiten mit 33 Textabbildungen. Gelber Original-Leinenband. 8°. Ausgesondert (2 Stempel) aus der Wissenschaftlichen Zentralbibliothek von Groß-Berlin. Stempel auf Titelblatt, Vorsatz und Vorwort mit Tinte durchgestrichen. Geprägte Signatur und Erscheinungsjahr auf Rücken. Gut erhalten. K13317. Artikel-Nr.: 217838.
Published by Strahan & Co., Magazine Publishers, London and New York, 1866
, vi, 862 pages, illustrated with numerous engraved plates First Edition , front board dampstained, spine scuffed, hinges cracked but holding well, light patches of foxing inside, book in good condition , half brown calf with plum cloth to sides, gilt titles on red leather spine label Octavo Hardback ISBN: Artikel-Nr.: 48491.
Hudson's Bay Company, Canada, 1956
Paperback. 58 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: The Caribou Crisis - informative article in the state of the caribou; The Narwhal - Canada's Horn of the Uniforn; The Living Stone - photos of stone carvings of the Eskimos of the Eastern Arctic; Pierre Falcon - Bard of the Prairies; Governor George Simpson - "The Strangest Man I Ever Knew"; Samuel Black on the Finlay; Winston Churchill accepts appointment of Grand Seigneur of the Company of Adventurers of England Trading into Hudson's Bay; Ninety Years Later - a tale of hard northern travel in the old style, exploring the wild Upper Finlay, 90 years after Samuel Black - great photo-illustrated article; Retreat of the Sea - photos taken in the neighbourhood of Fort Severn; The Minnesota Route - in the late 1850s the Hudson's Bay Company began to abandon the historic York Factory route to Lake Winnipeg in favour of that via St. Paul and the Red River; Sir George Simpson as Banker; Nice colour ad for Hudson's bay shirts for men on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. First Edition. Good. Artikel-Nr.: 336H0485.
Hudson's Bay Company, Canada, 1955
Paperback. 58 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: Enter the European V. Among the Eskimos (part II); Manitoba Maple Sugar - for centuries the Manitoba Maple has been furnishing syrup and sugar to the Indians and white men - article with photos; Athabasca Tar Sands - Great photo study of the sands before a profitable oil extraction method had been devised; Liar River Voyage; "Parthia" of the Pacific - the first vessel to fly the C.P.R. house flag saw service in the Yukon gold rush and the Aleutian campaign, and still plies the water of the Pacific - article with photos; St. Lawrence Seaway - Photo Study III; Moose Fort Journals, 1783-5 - the latest volume of the Hudson's Bay Record Society; Naturalists on the Back River (part 1 of 2); Footnotes on the Franklin Search - I - Halkett's Air Boat; Fur Trade Gossip Sheet; Nice colour ad for Hudson's Bay Point Blankets on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. First Edition. Good. Artikel-Nr.: 336H0487.
George Newnes Limited, London, 1928
Paperback. Pages 338-420 + 16 pages of nice ads, including one page for Leonard Wood Memorial, an organization combatting leprosy. Features: The Sealed River - the terrible events which befell a young British police officer at the hands of an old Boer ex-commandant; The Hold-Up of No. 13 - remarkable robbery of the Southern Pacific Railway Company in Oregon, October 11, 1923 - article with photos of Hugh De Autremont, Ray Charles De Autremont and Roy A.A. De Autremont; Saving a President - the author spirited President Porfirio Diaz of Mexico from Mexico City to the coast when he adbicated in 1911; Ning Wo Intervenes - a Chinese Sherlock Holmes with methods all his own; Diver v. Devil-Fish - a Puget Sound battle in 1927; Life in a Land of Death - Part 1 - adventures among Papuan head-hunters - article with amazing photos; A Matter of Slave-Raiding - the white man goes up against a ruffianly border chieftain along the Abyssinian frontier of the Sudan; "Square-Pegs" - part 1 - the misadventures of a middle-class London family which uprooted itself and relocated to a Canadian prairie farm; Saved by an Iceberg - two Newfoundland fisherman were adrift for 11 days; The Lost Tusker - occult powers of the primitive Kurramba tribesmen of the Malabar forests; O'Hara to the Rescue - incident on board a steamer; Tom Threepersons - article with photo about a 'wild west' gunman; On Tour with a Puppet-Show - part 2 - odd experiences through the West of England; Tobacco Redeemer (smoking cessation) ad inside back cover. Unmarked. Somewhat above-average external wear. A worthy vintage copy. First Edition. Fair. Artikel-Nr.: 123G3924.