Except for browning to endpapers, a very good copy lacking the dust jacket. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: The Record of the Royal Geographical Society...
Publisher: Royal Geographical Society 
Publication Date: 1930
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description London, The Royal Geographical Society ., 1930. xvi+288pp. 8vo. Original decorated cloth, with a few minor bumps. Author biography pasted to front pastedown. Free endpapers browned. Some foxing on foredgewith only very minot instances internally. A very good copy. With b/w plates. Seller Inventory # 171671
Book Description Royal Geographical Society, London, 1930. Hardback. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. First edition. Plain light blue dustjacket, navy blue titles, black cloth-covered boards, gilt titles to spine, gilt motif to front board, illustrations from photographs, Preface, Contents pages etc to xvii, then 288 pages. Large octavo in size. Condition: Dustjacket soiled and chipped, with translucent tape reinforcement to obverse, at top and bottom of spine. Boards sound, soiling to external edges of text block, age-darkening to end-papers, half-title and last page of text, some browning (offsetting from now-removed material?) to half title, otherwise internally clean and bright. Weight before packing 1 kg; extra postage will be needed for destinations outside the UK. Seller Inventory # 6330
Book Description Rotyal Geographic Society, London, 1930. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. Owner name and some foxing on endpaper ; 288 pages. Seller Inventory # 48548
Book Description Royal Geographical Society, London, 1930, 1930. MILL, Hugh Robert. The Record of the Royal Geographical Society, 1830-1930 : Published at the Celebration of the Society's Centenary, October 1930. L.: Royal Geographical Society, 1930. Pp. 288, frontis., + 31 p. of plates and 1 folding plan. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt device to front and gilt lettering to spine. Contents: I) Forerunners ; II) Founders, 1828-1830 ; III) The Happy Start, 1830-1840 ; IV) Bound in Shallows, 1841-1851 ; V) The Supremacy of Murchison, 1851-1870 ; VI) 1 Savile Row and the Secretaries, 1871-1893 ; VII) The Society's Lead in Exploration, 1871-1893 ; VIII) Markham's Mastery, 1893-1905 ; IX) The Revival of Polar Exploration, 1892-1905 ; X) Triennial Presidents, 1905-1914 ; XI) The War Years, 1914-1919 ; XII) The Society's War Work ; XIII) The Tenth Decade, 1920-1930 ; XIV) The Society's House ; XV) Retrospect, 1930-1830. Moderate bump to fore-edge three inches from head, some minor edgewear, else vg. 200.00. Seller Inventory # 61682