(Cape Town, Van Riebeeck Society, Second Series, Volume 16, 1985) Original brown cloth gilt pp. xvi + 267 + (8) frontispiece plates. ‘The centenary of the City of Johannesburg in 1986 afforded the Van Riebeeck Society the opportunity to devote one of its volumes to South Africa’s largest city in its early pioneering days.’
(London, Michael Joseph, 1954) 8vo; original green cloth a little worn; pp. 222; black-and-white plates. A little foxing to endpapers; gift inscription and handstamp on front endpapers. Very good condition. Story of pioneer farming family in the Transvaal Lowveld in the 1950’s.
(Amsterdam: J. H. de Bussy, 1889) 196 x 136 mm; printed wrappers with title and Transvaal vierkleur to upper cover; pp. 116; large folding colour map; adverts.; colour frontis. advertisement. Cover somewhat browned and a little worn with fox spots; sporadic moderate foxing; archival tape repairs or strengthening to reverse of folding map at short […]
(Craighall: Ad Donker, 1986) 8vo; original green cloth; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 228; black-and-white illustrations. Dustwrapper a little rubbed and edgeworn; slightest foxing to prelims. Very good condition.
(Pretoria: Republic of South Africa, 1971) 222 x 146 mm; saddle-stitched wrappers; unpaginated (but pp. 16 including wrappers); photographs. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. A brief history of the Pretoria House which served as headquarters to Roberts and Kitchener during the Anglo-Boer War along with a description of each room and the contents. Loosely inserted […]