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    Jules Verne. A Journey to the North Pole. [and:] The Field of Ice. London and New York: George Routledge and Sons, 1875. First English edition. Two octavo volumes. iv, 314; iv, 269, [16, publisher's catalog] pages. With 129 and 126 illustrations by Riou, respectively. Publisher's green cloth decoratively stamped in black and gilt. Moderate wear to boards. Spines a bit cocked. Occasional very minor foxing. Ownership inscription in A Journey to the North Pole. No front free endpaper in The Field of Ice. Consequently, the binding is a bit shaken. Very good. Together, they comprise the "Adventures of Captain Hatteras." From the Jerry Weist Collection.



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