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Boot

Record: N: 34

A brown leather Mark VII polar climbing boot for the left foot. Supplied by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London to the British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37 (Penola).

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Boot

Record: N: 54

A red-brown leather boot, treated with whale oil to prevent the leather freezing. Made by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. This type of boot was supplied to the British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37 (Penola).

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Boot inner

Record: N: 82

A single inner for a sea boot, made of lambskin with the wool on the inside. Made by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. This type of inner was used by some members of the British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37 (Penola) instead of two pairs of thick socks.

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Mitten

Record: N: 101

A single red-brown leather mitten for the left hand, treated with whale oil to prevent the leather from freezing. Made by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. This type of mitten was made for use on the British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37 (Penola).

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Mitten

Record: N: 786

Non-freezing leather glove made for (but not used on) the British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37 by Robert Lawrie Ltd.

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Boot

Record: N: 787

A brown leather sea boot, treated with whale oil to prevent the leather freezing. Made by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. This type of boot was supplied to the British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37 (Penola).

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Boot

Record: N: 788

A reddish-brown leather climbing boot, lined with lambskin and treated with whale oil to prevent freezing. Made by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. This type of boot was supplied to some members of the British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37 (Penola).

Ice axe

Record: N: 1079t

A long-handled ice axe, marked 'Robert Lawrie Ltd'. Part of the equipment for a fully laden sledge as used on the British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37 (Penola).

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Crampon

Record: Y: 49/1/2a-d

A pair of light-weight articulated crampons (a = left front, b = left back, c = right front, d = right back), with a single joint and thirteen points. Designed for use with Vibram soles, ski boots, etc. They were made in Fulpmes, Austria and supplied by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London, possibly in connection with the Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition 1949-52.

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Mitten

Record: Y: 49/31/1-2

A pair of pale yellow horsehide mittens, made by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. This type of mitten was supplied to the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS) in 1949 and was intended to be worn with hand-knitted woollen inner mittens.

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Anorak

Record: Y: 50/48

A purple-slate coloured windproof cotton anorak (pullover-style) with a fur-trimmed hood. Made by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. This type of anorak was supplied in two sizes to the Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition 1949-52.

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Trousers

Record: Y: 50/49

A pair of purple-slate coloured windproof cotton trousers made by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. This type of trouser was supplied in two sizes to the Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition 1949-52.

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Crampon

Record: Y: 52/28/1-2

A pair of adjustable articulated crampons with then points. Made by F. Simond of Chamonix and supplied to the Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition 1949-52 by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. The bar of the left crampon has broken and been repaired - this bar proved too frail and soon broke when boulders were encountered.

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Karabiner

Record: Y: 52/37

A karabiner made by F. Simond of Chamonix, France and supplied to the Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition 1949-52 by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. Although this type of karabiner proved satisfactory, expedition members prefered those with a sleeve which screwed over the gate to prevent it opening.

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Anorak

Record: Y: 2003/3/3

A navy blue sledging anorak (pullover-style) with fur-trimmed hood, made by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. This type of anorak was no.2? on the clothing issue list supplied to personnel on the Royal Society International Geophysical Year Expeditions 1955-59. It was donated to the Museum by Joseph MacDowall, senior meteorologist at Halley Bay with the IGY Expedition 1957-58.

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Boot inner

Record: Y: 2010/74/26a-b

A pair of sheepskin boot inners, supplied by Robert Lawrie Ltd. These replaced the original felt inner boots (with leather soles and reinforcement of the laces) which were part of British Antarctic Survey (BAS) standard issue clothing, issued to Peter Clarkson in 1968 for a two year stay at Halley Bay, and which wore out after two season.

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Anorak

Record: Y: 2011/53/19

A green-beige anorak (pullover-style) with fur-trimmed hood, made or supplied by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. Belonged to Dr. Allan Rogers, medical officer on the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-58, and labelled inside the neck 'Allan Rogers'.

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Anorak

Record: Y: 2011/53/21

A navy blue anorak (pullover-style) with fur-trimmed hood, made or supplied by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. Belonged to Dr. Allan Rogers, medical officer on the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-58.

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Anorak

Record: Y: 2011/53/22

A navy blue anorak (pullover-style) with hood, made or supplied by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. Belonged to Dr. Allan Rogers, medical officer on the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-58.

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Ice axe

Record: Y: 2011/55/18

Ice axe, collected by Brian Jefford, FIDS surveyor at Hope Bay, in 1948.

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Anorak

Record: Y: 2011/55/3

A mustard-coloured anorak (pullover-style) with fur-trimmed hood, made or supplied by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. Associated with the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS) at Hope Bay, and saved by Brian Jefford, who was surveyor with FIDS at Hope Bay in 1948 and Admiralty Bay in 1949. The anorak is labelled 'Jefford'.

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Ice axe

Record: Y: 2011/8a-b

A long-handled ice axe (a) with a leather guard (b), made by François Simond & Son of Chamonix, France and supplied by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. The axe was used by J.G.D. Pratt on the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-58, and the head is stamped 'J.G.D. Pratt'.

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Anorak

Record: Y: 2014/9/17

A navy blue anorak (pullover-style) with hood, made or supplied by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. Worn by John Cheal, who was surveyor with the Falkland Island Dependencies Survey (FIDS) 1949-51 at Signy Island and base leader 1950-51, and returned to the Antarctic for four months 1956-57.

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Record: Y: 2014/9/6

A mustard-brown anorak (pullover-style) with fur-trimmed hood, made or supplied by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London. Worn by John Cheal, who was surveyor with the Falkland Island Dependencies Survey (FIDS) 1949-51 at Signy Island and base leader 1950-51, and returned to the Antarctic for four months 1956-57.

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Anorak

Record: Z: 182

A khaki-green anorak (pullover-style) with fur-trimmed hood. Made by Robert Lawrie Ltd. of London.