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Mount June (76°16′S 145°7′W) is a 1,090 meter high mountain located 11 kilometers (6 nmi) west of Mount Paige in the Phillips Mountains of the Ford Ranges. Mount June was discovered by the Byrd Antarctic Expedition in December 1929, and was named in honor of Harold Irving June, an airplane pilot with the expedition.


This title package includes:


Letters Patent as Count or Countess of June

Westarctica Desktop Flag

Autographed Portrait of Grand Duke Travis

The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of Westarctica Softcover Book

Westarctica's Stamps

Map of Westarctica

Westarctica Flag Sticker

Count / Countess of June

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