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‎"RINK, H.‎

Reference : 36215

(1852)

‎Om den geographiske Beskaffenhed af de danske Handelsdistrikter i NordgrÞnland.‎

‎(KÞbenhavn, Bianco Luno, 1852). 4to. Uden omslag, ubeskÃ¥ret. Udsnit af ""Vienskabernes Selskabs Skrifter"", (SN.5.III), pp. 37-70. Indeholder Rinks berÞmte kobberstukne kort: ""Kaart over de Danske Handelsdistrikter i Nord GrÞnland Udkastet efter Iagttagelser paa en i Aarene 1848-51, i geognostisk og mineralogisk Ãiemed foretagen reise, og grundet paa de af Capt. Graah ved astronomiske Obserbationer bestemte Punkters Beliggenhed."" Kobbersukket pÃ¥svÊrt papir (53,5 x 43 cm.). 2 af de pÃ¥ kortet indtrykte specialkort er hÃ¥ndkoloreret.‎


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‎RINK, H.‎

Reference : 3354

(1882)

‎Om grÞnlÊnderne, deres Fremtid, og de til deres Bedste sigtende Foranstaltninger.‎

‎K., 1882. Uden omslag. UbeskÃ¥ret, uopskÃ¥ret. 103 pp.‎


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‎RINK, H.‎

Reference : 45617

(1868)

‎Om GrÞnlÊndernes gamle Tro og hvad der af samme er bevaret under Kristendommen.‎

‎KjÞbenhavn, Gyldendal, 1868. Orig. bogtrykte omslag, ubeskÃ¥ret. Tekstillustrationer. (AarbÞger for Nordisk Oldkyndighed og Historie 1868), Tredie Hefte. Pp. 192-256.‎


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‎"RINK, H.‎

Reference : 44318

(1875)

‎Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo. With a Sketch of their Habits, Religion, Language and other Pecularities. Translated from the Danish by the Author. Edited by Robert Brown. With numerous Illustrations, Drawn and engraved by Eskimo.‎

‎Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and Sons, 1875. Orig. full pictorial cloth, gilt spine and illustration on frontcover. Spine very lightly faded. XII,(1),472 pp., 6 engraved wood-cut plates ( 2 folded) and many wood-cut-illustrations in the text (some full page). A small stamp on foot of halftitle. Internally fine and clean.‎


‎First English edition of ""The first monumental work about eskimoe's fairy tales and legends"", translated from the authors ""Eskimoiske Eventyr og Sagn 1-2. Copenhagen, 1866-71"". The fine wood-cuts by native artists are taken from the original blocks as used in the Danish edition. ""Starting from the tales, he identified the inland dwellers that occur in a number of Greenland tales with the American Indians, implying that the two people at one time were neighbours, and usually not on friendly terms"".‎

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‎RINK, H.‎

Reference : 33637

(1887)

‎The Eskimo Tribes. Their Distribution and Characteristics, especially in Regard to Language. With a comparative Vocabulary, and a Sketch Map. 2 vols.‎

‎Copenhagen London, Reitzel, Longmans, Green & Co's, 1887-91. 8vo. Both volumes with orig. printed wrappers and uncut. (12),163(10),124,(2) pp. and 1 lithographed map. Volume one a bit loose in the sewing and with some light brownspots.‎


‎First edition of Heinrich Rink's main work, a groundbreaking study in this field. (Meddelelser om GrÞnland, vol. 11).‎

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‎"RINK, H.‎

Reference : 36212

(1853)

‎Udsigt over NordgrÃnlands Geognosi, isÊr med Hensyn til Bjergmassernes mineralogiske SammensÊtning.‎

‎(KÞbenhavn, Bianco Luno, 1853). 4to. Uden omslag, ubeskÃ¥ret. Udsnit af ""Videnskabernes Selskabs Skrifter"", (SN.5.III), pp. 71-98 samt 3 tekstillustrationer.‎


‎Originaltrykket af Rinks fÞrste arbejde over GrÞnlands geologi. - Ikke i Lauridsen - Groenlandica p. 287.‎

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‎RINK, HENRIK.‎

Reference : 17496

(1974)

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‎RINK, HENRIK.‎

Reference : 6337

‎Tales and Tradition of the Eskimo. With a new Introduc.by Helge Larsen.‎

‎Edinb.& Ldn., l875(Reprint Coph. l974). Oboards. XII,473 pp., plts. a.textillustr.‎


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‎RINK, HENRIK.‎

Reference : 27106

(1974)

‎Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo. Translated from the Danish by the Author. With a New Introduction by Helge Larsen.‎

‎London, (1974). (Rerint of the edition 1875). Orig. boards with dustjacket. XII,472,(1) pp., textillustr. a. plates.‎


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‎"RINK, HENRY (HINRICH).‎

Reference : 31350

(1875)

‎Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo with a Sketch of their Habits, religion, Language and other Pecularities. Translated from the Danish by the Author. Edityed by Robert Brown. With numerous Illustrations, drawn and engraved by Eskimo.‎

‎Edinburgh & London, William Blackwood and Sons, 1875. Orig. full pictorial cloth, gilt. Spine ends frayed and some discoloration to extremities. First inner hinge weak. XII,472,(1) pp., 6 wood-engraved plates (incl. folded frontispiece) and many wood-cut illustrations in the text (some full- page)‎


‎First English edition of ""The first monumental work about eskimo's fairy tales and legends"", translated from the authors ""Eskimoiske Eventyr og Sagn 1-1. Copenhagen, 1866-71"". The fine woodcuts by the native artists are taken from the original blocks as used in the Danish edition. ""Starting from the tales, he identified the inland dwellers that occur in a number of Greenland tales with the American Indians, implying that the two people at one time were neighbours, and usually not on freindly terms."" - Sabin: 71439.‎

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‎RINK, H. - OLDENDOW, KNUD.‎

Reference : 52869

(1955)

‎GrÞnlÊndervennen Hinrich Rink. Videnskabsmand, skribent og grÞnlandsadministrator.‎

‎KÞbenhavn, 1955. Orig. bogtrykte omslag. 94 pp. Illustr. og med farveplancher.‎


‎(Det grÞnl.Selsk's Skr.XVIII).‎

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‎RINK, SIGNE.‎

Reference : 50806

(1887)

‎GrÞnlÊndere og Danske i GrÞnland.‎

‎Kristiania, Cammermeyer, 1887. Samtidigt hldrbd. med rygforgyldning. Ryg lidt slidt. (6),204 pp. Indvendig ren.‎


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‎RINK, SIGNE.‎

Reference : 27787

(1888)

‎Koloni-Idyller fra GrÞnland.‎

‎Kbhvn., 1888. UbeskÃ¥ret med orig. for-og bagomslag. Indsat i et papomslag. 262 pp.‎


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‎RIOTOR (Léon).‎

Reference : 3476

‎Byrd au Pôle Sud, la Petite Amérique.‎

‎ P., Pierre Roger, 1932, 1 vol. in-8 br. sous couv. ill., de 258 pp. ‎


‎De la collection "Les grands découvreurs".Avec 23 planches hors texte et une carte.Petite déchirure sans manque en haut du dos sinon bel exemplaire. ‎

Bouquinerie Aurore - Belmesnil

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‎RIVOLIER Jean‎

Reference : 112211

(1964)

‎DES MANCHOTS ET DES HOMMES‎

‎ Arthaud RELIE TOILE EDITEUR Arthaud 1964, In-8 relié toile bleue de l'éditeur sous rhodoid. 186 pages + photos. Bon état.‎


‎ Toutes les expéditions sont faites en suivi au-dessus de 25 euros. Le tarif "Livres-Brochures" est applicable uniquement sur les envois à l'étranger sur demande du client. Expédition quotidienne pour les envois simples, suivis, recommandés ou Colissimo. ‎

Librairie Gil - Artgil SARL - Rodez

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‎RIVOLIER Jean.‎

Reference : 3519

‎LES MANCHOTS ET DES HOMMES. Avec les empereurs de l'Antarctique.‎

‎Arthaud (Clefs de l'aventure, clefs du savoir. 63), 30-01-1964. In-12, br., 186 p., bande d'annonce.‎


‎75 photographies en héliogravure et 3 cartes in texte. [3519]‎

Librairie DHOUAILLY SAS

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‎"ROBESON, GEO. M. (+) (C. F. HALL). ‎

Reference : 57819

(1871)

‎Instructions for the Expedition Toward the North Pole from Hon. Geo. M. Robeson, Secretary of the Navy. With an Appendix from the National Academy of Sciences. - [THE POLARIS EXPEDITION - WITH DEDICATION FROM COMMANDER C. F. HALL, GIVEN DURING THE EXPEDITION]‎

‎Washington, Government Printing Office, 1871. 8vo. In contemporary half cloth with the original front wrapper pasted on to front board. With dedication inscription from C. F. Hall to front board: ""To M. Schonheyder / Govenor of Fiskeneest / July : 27:1871 / C. F. Hall / Commander"", and with Hall signature to title-page: ""C. F. Hall / Commander"". Two stamps to front board and one stamp to title-page. Three holes in inner marigin, presumably from the original sown wrappers. Title-page with a 5 cm long tear to inner margin. 36 pp.‎


‎First edition, presentation copy from C. F. Hall to Guvernor SchÞnheyder, given during the Polaris Expedition, of the instruction to Charles Francis Hall to command an expedition to the North Pole on the USS Polaris. The present copy was aboard the USS Polaris and was given on July 27th 1871, when the USS Polaris arrived at FiskenÊsset in South East Greenland. The PolarIs Expedition, which constitutes one of the first serious American attempts to reach the North Pole, ended in failure with the death, very possibly murder, of Hall. 19 members of the expedition became separated from the ship and drifted on an ice floe for six months and 1,800 miles (2,900 km), before being rescued. The damaged Polaris was run aground and wrecked near Etah in October 1872. The remaining men were able to survive the winter and were rescued the following summer. All crewmembers, except C. F. Hall, survived. The Chief Scientist on the expedition Emil Bessel, presumably the person who poisoned Hall, noted when arriving at FiskenÊsset: ""A boat rowed toward us from the headland, and a few moments later the colony's administrator [SchÞnheyder] stood on deck, en route to the saloon. After we had exchanged the usual civilities [Where the present copy very well can have been presented as a gift], Hall and I accompanied the obliging official ashore and to his home. Although he was badly asthmatic, the Greenland climate seemed to suit him" when he lay stretched out he was of impressive height and hence very good-natured. But he had not been very fortunate in the choice of his name, which did not match his appearance at all well. Herr SchÃnheyter did not have a loving wife to sweeten his life, but mindful of the well-devised saying, he was not ill-disposed toward the other accessories. Draped in a blue ribbon, a guitar hung on the wall" on a small side-table stood various bottles filled with strong liquor."" (POLARIS: The Chief Scientist's Recollections of the American North Pole Expedition, 1871-73 by Emil Bessels, P. 56)Charles Francis Hall, who had previously lived among the Inuit in the Arctic region while on his obsessive quest to determine the fate of Franklin's lost expedition of 1845, was appointed Commander of the Expedition. Hall, who had the necessary survival skills lacked academic background and had no experience in leading men or commanding a ship. The Polaris Expedition consisting 25 men also included Hall's old friend Budington as sailing master, George Tyson as navigator, and Emil Bessels as physician and chief of scientific staff. The expedition immediately ran into problems as the party split into rival factions. Hall's authority over the expedition was resented by a large portion of the party, and discipline broke down.Hall, having left the USS Polaris on October 10 returned on October 24 suddenly fell ill after drinking a cup of coffee. His symptoms allegedly started with an upset stomach, then progressed to vomiting and delirium the following day. Hall accused several of the ship's company, including Bessels, of having poisoned him. Following these accusations, he refused medical treatment from Bessels, and drank only liquids delivered directly by his friend Taqulittuq.He seemed to improve for a few days and was even able to go up on deck. Bessels had prevailed upon Bryan, the ship's chaplain, to convince Hall to allow the doctor to see him. By November 4, Hall relented and Bessels resumed treatment. Shortly thereafter, Hall's condition began to deteriorate"" he suffered vomiting and delirium, and collapsed. Bessels diagnosed apoplexy before Hall finally died on November 8. He was taken ashore and given a formal burial.In 1968, while working on Hall's biography, ""Weird and Tragic Shores"", Chauncey C. Loomis became sufficiently intrigued by the possibility that Hall might have been poisoned, and applied for a permit to visit Thank God Harbor to exhume Hall's body and to perform an autopsy. Because of the permafrost, Hall's body, flag shroud, clothing, and coffin were remarkably well-preserved. Tests on tissue samples of bone, fingernails, and hair showed that Hall had received large doses of arsenic in the last two weeks of his life. Sabin 72024‎

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‎ROBINSON, Kim Stanley.‎

Reference : 12941

‎S.O.S. Antarctica.‎

‎Paris, Presses de la Cité, 1998. in-8°, 522 pages, broche, couverture illustree plast.‎


‎Tres bel exemplaire. [AB-2SF] ‎

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‎ROSS, JOHN.‎

Reference : 22555

(1835)

‎A Narrative of A Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage, and of A Residence in the Arctic Regions during the Yars 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833. Including the reports of J.C. Ross and the Discovery of the Northern Magnetic Pole.‎

‎Paris, Baudry's European Library, 1835. 8vo. Cont. modest hcalf. Traces of use. (1),475 pp. and 1 large folde engraved map and 2 engraved plates. Some foxing. Stamp on title.‎


‎(Collection of Ancient and Modern British Authors vol. XCII (= htitle)).‎

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‎ROSS, JOHN.‎

Reference : 52795

(1937)

‎Capitain Sir John Ross's anden Opdagelsesreise til de nordlige Polaregne og Ophold i Boothia felix Aarene 1829-1833. Oversat fra Engelsk af Knud KjÊr.‎

‎KjÞbenhavn, N.C. Ditlewsen, 1937. Stor8vo. Indbundet i et meget smukt velbevaret hldrbd. i pastiche (Petersen & Petersen) med ophÞjede bind pÃ¥ ryggen samt overdÃ¥dig rygforgyldning. StÃ¥lstukket portrÊt som frontispiece. (10),XIX,(12),546 pp. 18 stÃ¥lstukne plancher (heraf 2 hÃ¥ndkolorerede) samt 1 stort kobberstukket, hÃ¥ndkoloreret foldekort. Lidt spredte brunpletter.‎


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‎ROSS, JOHN.‎

Reference : 54116

(1837)

‎Capitain Sir John Ross's anden Opdagelsesreise til de nordlige Polaregne og Ophold i Boothia felix Aarene 1829-1833. Oversat fra Engelsk af Knud KjÊr. Med Forfatterens Portrait og Biographie, samt Kort og Afbildninger.‎

‎KjÃbenhavn, N.C. Ditlewsen, 1837. Lex8vo. Samtidigt hldrbd. Rig rygforgyldning. Lille revne i fals ved Þverste kapitÊl. Ryg og kanter med brugsspor. Stempel pÃ¥ titelbladet. StÃ¥lstukket portrÊt (med tab af lidt papir i margin). (10),546,(10) pp., 16 stÃ¥lstukne plancher, 3 plancher i farvelitografi samt 1 stort kobberstukket foldekort, delvist hÃ¥ndkoloreret. En rift i kortet, uden tab. De fÞrste sider med lidt svage brunpletter, ellers ren.‎


‎First Danish edition of John Ross's second voyage to the Polar Regions.‎

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‎ROUCH Commandant J‎

Reference : GITg638

(1926)

‎L'ANTARCTIQUE. Voyage du "Pourquoi pas ?" (1908-1910).‎

‎Paris Société d'Editions Géographiques, Martimes et Coloniales 1926. Grand in-8 broché couverture illustrée 172pp. Orné de 30 illustrations d'après des photographies, réunies sur 16 planches dont le frontispice, 3 cartes dont 1 à pleine page. Bel exemplaire, complet de toutes ses pièces.‎


‎Le commandant Rouch appartenait à l'état major du "Pourquoi pas ?" lors de la 2e expédition antarctique de Charcot. Ce récit, en marge des comptes-rendus scientifiques, décrit les impressions personnelles de l'auteur, témoigne de l'atmosphère générale dans laquelle se déroulèrent les explorations, ainsi que de de la vie quotidienne au cours de la campagne d'exploration.‎

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‎ROUCH J.‎

Reference : 17697

‎Les mers polaires. Bibliothèque de Philosophie scientifique.‎

‎Paris, Flammarion, 1954. 13 x 19, 253 pp., broché, non coupé, bon état.‎


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‎ROUVIER Gaston‎

Reference : GITg663

(1922)

‎LA CONQUETE DES POLES.‎

‎Paris Lemerre 1922. In-12 280pp. Demi vélin ivoire bradel à coins, dos orné de filets et chaînettes dorés, pièce de titre acajou, tête rouge, couverture conservée, reliure de l'époque. Bel exemplaire complet et bien relié.‎


Librairie Sylvie Nouvène

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‎ROUVIER (Gaston)‎

Reference : 104573

‎La conquête des Pôles. Ouvrage illustré de 32 photogravures. ‎

‎ P., Lemerre, (1922). In-12, (2) ff., 281 pp. broché. ‎


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