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Lot 229

Mandela (Nelson)

LONG WALK TO FREEDOM (Signed by Nelson Mandela)

The autobiography of Nelson Mandela

Lot 230

The British Association Reception Committee

Handbook of Capetown and Suburbs

Handbook of Capetown and Suburbs. (1905)

Lot 231

Edna Bradlkow, Frank Bradlow, and A. Gordon-Brown

Thomas Bowler of the Cape of Good Hope, his Life and Works with a Catalogue of extant Paintings.

Lot 232

A. Wilmot

Monomotapa (Rhodesia). Its Monuments, and its History from the most Ancient Times to the present Century.

Lot 233

Athol Fugard


A Memoir

Lot 234

Edward Cole


Set of 12 offset lithograph prints Nos.1 to 12.

Lot 238

Spilhaus, M W


Reminiscences and Family Records

Lot 243

Theal, George, McCall

Records of The Cape Colony 1797-1827 (33 Volumes)

Lot 246

Union Steam Ship Company

The Emigrants’ Guide to South Africa (1895)

Including Cape Colony, The Diamond Fields, Bechuanaland, Transvaal, The Goldfields, Natal, The Orange Free State and the Territories of the British South Africa Co

Lot 248

E.P. Lowry (Rev)

With the Guard’s Brigade. From Bloemfontein to Koomati Poort and Back

Lot 249

J.C. (Kay) de Villiers

Healers, Helpers and Hospitals (2 Volumes) Anglo-Boer War

Lot 250

Wilson, H.W.

With the Flag to Pretoria & After Pretoria: The Guerilla War (4 Volumes)

Lot 251

C. Ovendon Godden

Siege of Kimberley. Daily Notes (Original Diary)

From October 14th 1899 - Feb 15th 1900

Lot 253

Tregenza, John

George French Angas: Artist, Traveller & Naturalist 1822-1886

Lot 254

David Goldblatt

Some Afrikaners Revisited (with Kentridge designed book plate)

Lot 257

Rev. Godfrey Callaway

Pioneers in Pondoland

Lot 258

Mitford-Barberton, Ivan

Comdt. Holden Bowker

An 1820 Settler Book Including Unpublished Records of the Frontier Wars

Lot 261


Correspondence Relative to the Annexation of British Kaffraria to the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope.

Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty, 10th February 1865.

Lot 262


South African Imperial Blue-Book. Parliamentary Correspondence, the South African Republic, 1899.

Lot 263


Summary of Correspondence Relative to the Policy Pursued towards the Native Tribes on the Eastern Frontier

of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, including the Wars of 1835 and 1846.

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