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Lot 296

Walton, James


Lot 300

Bailey, Sir Abe


[consisting of books and pamphlets, pictures and prints, busts and bronzes… being the collection of the late Sir Abe Bailey: to be sold by public auction at…

Lot 301

Robert E. Peary

The North Pole

Lot 306

Government Draughtsmen

Statutes of the Orange River Colony 1910 (English and Dutch)

Wetten van de Oranje Rivier Kolonie

Lot 309

Leighton, Frances M

The Genus Agapanthus L'Heritier

Supplementary Volume IV

Lot 315

British Kaffraria

Laws and Regulations of British Kaffraria: Previous to its annexation to the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope

Comprising the laws still in force, as well as those repealed at the date of annexation); Cape Town: Saul Solomon, 1869

Lot 320

A.Conan Doyle

The Great Boer War

Lot 321

Barbara Tyrrell

Five Original Lithographs (signed)

Tribal Women

Lot 323

Stiff, P; Martin, D & Johnson, P

See You In November; & The Struggle For Zimbabwe

Lot 324

W Duncan Baxter


Sixty-eight years at the Cape

Lot 328

Olga Levinson

John Nfevasia Muafangejo

Second Guest Artist Award 1988

Lot 330

Michael Keath

Herbert Baker: Architecture and Idealism 1892-1913

The South African Years

Lot 338

J.E.M. Thursby Attwell

The Fighting Police of South Africa

Lot 344

Leslie Richfield (intro by)

Tretchikoff: Colour Prints & Native Colour Prints Reproduced from Original Paintings (2 volumes + Ephemera) With artist signatures

Lot 345

Dolf Schumann; Gerhard Kirsten

Ericas of South Africa (SIGNED)

Lot 346

Chris H Bornman

Welwitschia Paradox of a Parched Paradise; Paradox Eines Verdorrten Paradieses

Lot 352


Fakkel en Voorslag

Lot 355

H. O'Kelly Webber

The Grip of Gold

A life story of Dominion

Lot 356

Col Jan Breytenbach

Forged in Battle

Lot 358

[Graaff Reinet Herald]

Railway Supplement to the Graaff Reinet Herald

Issued on the Occasion of the Opening of the Midland Railway, 26 August 1979. A Contrast 1854-1879

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