Husky Listening to gramophone by Herbert Ponting Christmas card pack (10 cards)

Pack of 10 Christmas cards and envelopes
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Delightful pack of ten festive cards, each with the same design featuring the gelatin silver print on paper, Husky Listening to gramophone during Captain Scott’s Antarctic expedition by Herbert Ponting from the National Monuments Record and given to the National Galleries of Scotland collection.

Blank card inside with plenty room for your own personal messages and complete with white envelopes for each card. Printed in the United Kingdom on 330gsm FSC mix credit, silk finish card. 10 cards presented in compostable starch bag.

In this quirky and festive print Ponting has photographed a curious husky listening to the gramophone, during Robert Falcon Scott's Terra Nova or British Antarctic Expedition (1910-13).

Herbert George Ponting (1870-1935) was a professional photographer during the late 19th and early 20th century. He is most known for his work as the expedition photographer and cinematographer for Robert Falcon Scott's Terra Nova expedition, which saw Ponting journey to the Ross Sea and South Pole from 1910–1913. During this time, he captured some of the most iconic images of the Antarctic from vast ice bergs to indigenous wild animals.