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Pictured: A section of the map showing Ernest Shackleton's route in a clockwise direction, before he abandoned the ship and continued in a rowing boat.
A remarkable array of polar artefacts are being sold to mark the centenary of Ernest Shackleton's death - including his hand-drawn map of Antarctica.
The famous Anglo-Irish explorer traced the route of his party as Endurance became trapped in pack ice and broke up in October 1915.
Shackleton and four other men embarked on an epic 800 mile open-boat journey to reach South Georgia and organise the rescue of the stranded 22-man crew.
They achieved this against the odds and a rescue ship reached them in August 1916 to take them back to Britain.