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Item 207218    
King Penguins Zoo Animals Zoological Society Whipsnade Park Old Postcard Penguin

Vintage Old Postcard. King Penguins, King Penguin Animal, Zoo Animals, The Zoological Society of London, Whipsnade Park. Published by The Zoological Society of London, Whipsnade Park.

Price:£4.99€6.49US$6.74
Item 207214    
King Penguins Zoo Animals, Zoological Whipsnade Park Old Postcard Penguin Animal

Vintage Old Postcard. King Penguins, King Penguin Animal, Zoo Animals, The Zoological Society of London, Whipsnade Park. Published by The Zoological Society of London, Whipsnade Park.

Price:£3.99€5.19US$5.39
Item 207212    
British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09 Old Postcard Ernest Joyce Dog Dogs Penguins

Vintage Old Original Postcard. The British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09. The Nimrod Expedition. Shackleton. Snow Snowy Ground. Animals. Ernest Joyce, Dog Dogs and Penguin Penguins. Ernest Edward Mills Joyce AM (c. 1875 – 1940) was a Royal Naval seaman and explorer who participated in 4 Antarctic expeditions during the Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration, in the early 20th century. He served under both Robert Falcon Scott and Ernest Shackleton. British Antarctic Expedition, The Nimrod Expedition of 1907–09, was the first of 3 expeditions to the Antarctic led by Ernest Shackleton. Its main target, among a range of geographical and scientific objectives, was to be first to the South Pole. This was not attained, but the expedition's southern march reached a Farthest South latitude of 88° 23' S, just 97.5 nautical miles (180.6 km; 112.2 mi) from the pole. This was by far the longest southern polar journey to that date and a record convergence on either Pole.

Price:£74.99€97.49US$101.24
Item 207203    
British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09 Old Postcard Emperor Penguins E. Shackleton

Vintage Old Original Postcard. The British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09. Nimrod, Shackleton. Emperor Penguins. Penguin Animals. British Antarctic Expedition, The Nimrod Expedition of 1907–09, was the first of 3 expeditions to the Antarctic led by Ernest Shackleton. Its main target, among a range of geographical and scientific objectives, was to be first to the South Pole. This was not attained, but the expedition's southern march reached a Farthest South latitude of 88° 23' S, just 97.5 nautical miles (180.6 km; 112.2 mi) from the pole. This was by far the longest southern polar journey to that date and a record convergence on either Pole.

Price:£29.99€38.99US$40.49
Item 179604    
Harrods Ad Postcard Chinese Giant Panda Teddy Bear Pig Dog Elephant Giraffe Lion

Larger Advertising Post Card. Advertisement. HH Harrods. Love Rewards. Heart. Animals. China Chinese Giant Panda, Giraffe, Dog, Puppy, Duck Bird, Monkey, Elephant Elephants. Dog, Pig Piglet, Lion, Kangaroo, Penguin, Hedgehog. Find Something You love with your reward. Steiff Soft Toys. Hape Walk-Along Puppy.

Price:£2.99€3.89US$4.04
Item 161609    
Penguin Bird Old Postcard I Was a Good Little Bird Till I Met You Penguins Birds

Vintage Art Drawn Colour Comic Humour Postcard. Penguin Bird. Penguins Birds. Umbrella. Smoking Pipe. I Was a Good Little Bird Till I Met You. Published by E. Mack

Price:£4.99€6.49US$6.74
Item 157998    
Antarctic Expedition Sledge Penguin Track aboard Terra Nova 8 Dec. 1911 Postcard

Modern Reproduced Oversized Picture Postcard. approx. 16.5cm x 12.2cm. Scott's British Antarctic Expedition 1910-1913, aboard "Terra Nova". / Adelie Penguin track and sledge track crossing, 8th December 1911. Tracks. Photograph by Herbert Ponting. The Quest for the South Port. During the early 20th century's "Heroic Age" of Antarctic exploration, 4 British expeditions set sights on reaching the South Pole. The British National Antarctic Expedition of 1901-1904, led by naval officer Robert Falcon Scott aboard the ship "Discovery", came within 857km (463 nautical miles) of the pole and laid the ground for future scientific research in Antarctica. Ernest Shackleton, who had been a member Scott's expedition, then organized and led the British Antarctic Expedition (1907-1909) in hopes of being first to the pole. Reaching Antarctica aboard the "Nimrod", this expedition came within 180km (97 nautical miles) of its goal before turning back due to harsh weather, poor rations, and physical weakness. Nevertheless, expedition members were the first to reach the polar plateau, first to ascent Mount Erebus, and first to reach the South Magnetic Pole. (Shackleton's "Furthest South" record would stand until the Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen reached Geographic South Pole in December 1911). In 1910 Scott embarked on a second expedition, aboard the "Terra Nova". Using Shackleton's route across the plateau, this expedition aimed to reach the South Pole and undertake further scientific research and exploration. The expedition accomplished its scientific goals and mapped Victoria Land and the Western Mountains. But when Scott and a small team reached the South Pole, they discovered that Amundsen had beaten them there by one month. Tragically, they all died on the return journey. Shackleton's next effort, the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914-1917 aboard the "Endurance", set out to be the first to cross Antarctica. But the Endurance was destroyed by ice, and the 28 men endured 22 months in the Antarctic, isolated with poor food supplies at temperature below -37C (-35F). Eventually, Shackleton and a crew of 6 went for help in a small whaleboat, the "James Caird". Crossing 800 nautical miles of the treacherous Southern Ocean, Shackleton completed one of history's most remarkable voyages, returning within months to rescue his stranded crew. The Quest for the South Pole celebrates the achievement of all 4 expeditions through dramatic photographs taken by, among others, the distinguished photographers Herbert Ponting and Frank Hurley. These images reflect the bravery and determination of the expeditionary teams and capture a sense of the Antarctic's majestic natural beauty.
Published by RGS

Price:£2.99€3.89US$4.04
Item 144995    
Antarctic Expedition Sledge Adelie Penguin Track aboard Terra Nova 1911 Postcard

Modern Reproduced Oversized Picture Postcard. approx. 16.5cm x 12.2cm. Scott's British Antarctic Expedition 1910-1913, aboard "Terra Nova". / Adelie Penguin track and sledge track crossing, 8th December 1911. Tracks. Photograph by Herbert Ponting. The Quest for the South Port. During the early 20th century's "Heroic Age" of Antarctic exploration, 4 British expeditions set sights on reaching the South Pole. The British National Antarctic Expedition of 1901-1904, led by naval officer Robert Falcon Scott aboard the ship "Discovery", came within 857km (463 nautical miles) of the pole and laid the ground for future scientific research in Antarctica. Ernest Shackleton, who had been a member Scott's expedition, then organized and led the British Antarctic Expedition (1907-1909) in hopes of being first to the pole. Reaching Antarctica aboard the "Nimrod", this expedition came within 180km (97 nautical miles) of its goal before turning back due to harsh weather, poor rations, and physical weakness. Nevertheless, expedition members were the first to reach the polar plateau, first to ascent Mount Erebus, and first to reach the South Magnetic Pole. (Shackleton's "Furthest South" record would stand until the Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen reached Geographic South Pole in December 1911). In 1910 Scott embarked on a second expedition, aboard the "Terra Nova". Using Shackleton's route across the plateau, this expedition aimed to reach the South Pole and undertake further scientific research and exploration. The expedition accomplished its scientific goals and mapped Victoria Land and the Western Mountains. But when Scott and a small team reached the South Pole, they discovered that Amundsen had beaten them there by one month. Tragically, they all died on the return journey. Shackleton's next effort, the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914-1917 aboard the "Endurance", set out to be the first to cross Antarctica. But the Endurance was destroyed by ice, and the 28 men endured 22 months in the Antarctic, isolated with poor food supplies at temperature below -37C (-35F). Eventually, Shackleton and a crew of 6 went for help in a small whaleboat, the "James Caird". Crossing 800 nautical miles of the treacherous Southern Ocean, Shackleton completed one of history's most remarkable voyages, returning within months to rescue his stranded crew. The Quest for the South Pole celebrates the achievement of all 4 expeditions through dramatic photographs taken by, among others, the distinguished photographers Herbert Ponting and Frank Hurley. These images reflect the bravery and determination of the expeditionary teams and capture a sense of the Antarctic's majestic natural beauty.
Published by RGS

Price:£2.99€3.89US$4.04
Item 116192    
Antarctic PENGUINS Crozet e Kerguelen 1972 Old Postcard

Early Larger Colour Picture Postcard. Penguin, Penguins. Museum National d'Historie Naturelle. Parc Zoologique Paris. Zoo Zoological Gardens. MI Manchots Royaux. Aptenodytes patagonica Miller Antartique. Stamp 90c 1772 Decouverte des Iles Crozet et Kerguelen, Bequet Crozet Kerguelen Antarcituqe.. Premier Jour Frst Day 29-1-1972. Paris. Published by La Photolith Paris

Price:£7.99€10.39US$10.79
Item 72030    
PENGUIN Old Postcard Isla Pinguin Territorio SANTA CRUZ

Vintage Old Real Photo Photograph B/W Postcard. Penguins on rocks. Argentina. Penguin Island. Isla Pinguin. Territorio Santa Cruz. Animals. Galápagos Galapagos Penguin. Published by Fot. Kohlmann 203

Price:£12.99€16.89US$17.54