one of 150 specially-bound copies signed by the editor
SKELTON, Reginald William. The Antarctic Journals of Reginald Skelton "Another Little Job for the Tinker", edited by Judy Skelton. Cheltenham: World Print Ltd for Reardon Publishing, 2004.
4to. Original publisher's leatherette, spine titled in gilt, mounted illustration on upper board, cloth slipcase, original cardboard box; pp. 232, monochrome illustrations and maps in the text; new.
First edition, limited issue of 150 copies signed by the editor. This is the first appearance of the complete Antarctic journal kept by Reginald Skelton, who was chief engineer and official photographer to Captain Scott's Discovery expedition, and includes Skelton's sledging diary from the so-called Western Journey - the first to reach the Antarctic plateau. Many of the illustrations are from Skelton's own photographs.