Auction #75 is scheduled to start on 30 May 2019.
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Wechsler, Chuck (Editor and Publisher)
Wild Harvest - The Animal Art of Bob Kuhn + Signed Print - First Edition
Stories and Art from a World Traveller - GREAT CATS.
The Gold Law of the South African Republic (1895)
Codified and Amended by the Second Volksraad in Session, August, 1895, and Confirmed by the First Volksraad.
W. C. Scully
Kafir Stories (1895)
W. C. Scully
Ezekiel 'Es'kia' Mphahlele
Man Must Live and other stories (author's first book)
Sir Frederick Young
A Winter Tour in South Africa (1890)
Captain Augustus F. Lindley
Adamantia : The Truth about the South African Diamond Fields (1873)
...or a vindication of the right of the Orange Free State to that territory, and an analysis of British diplomacy and aggression which has resulted in its illegal…
Charles J. F. Bunbury
A Residence at the Cape of Good Hope (signed & inscribed)
...with Excursions into the Interior, and Notes on the Natural History and the Native Tribes.
Voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, Indian Ocean, and up the Red Sea, with Travels into Egypt, through the Desert etc.
Cape Town Pictures. A Collection of Fifteen Photographic Views (1900)
The Fivefold Screen (#2 of a limited signed edition)
South West Africa in Early Times
Being the Story of South West Africa up to the Date of Maharero's Death in 1890
The Story of William Threlfall, Missionary Martyr of Namaqualand, with some Account of Jacob Links & Johan Jager who fell with Him
De Luxe & Inscribed Association Copy.
Alan George Sumner Gibson (1856 - 1922)
Between Capetown and Loanda, A Record of Two Journeys in South West Africa
The History of the London Missionary Society 1795 - 1895 (1899)
A. E. M. Anderson-Morshead
A History of the Universities Mission to Central Africa 1859-1896
SO LONG SARIE:
South Africa's marching song, as sung to the troops by Ivy Tresmand; words and music by Ralph Trewhela
FOLLOW THE V FOR VICTORY
MONARCHS OF THE AIR;
written and composed by Louis Epstein