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SA Auction #96 begins on 20 Jan 2022

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Stigand (Captain C. H.)


An account of a journey through unexplored regions of British East Africa by lake Rudolf to the kingdom of Menelek. With thirty six illustrations and two maps.

Published: Seeley, Service & Co., Limited., London, 1910

Edition: First edition

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First British edition.

Publishers red cloth with gilt vignette of camels on cover.

Gilt title on the upper cover and spine. Gilt top page edges.

[xvi], 352 pages + 16 page publisher's catalogue.

Frontispiece with tissue-guard + 2 maps [1 large folding]

36 black & white photo-plates.

Foxing throughout.

Stigand travelled through the unknown area of Rendile country

near Lake Stefanie. He passed through Samburr country, then on

to the Barta Steppe where he bagged topi, lion and buffalo.

While there are solid instances of sport, this title is primarily

valuable for its description of the terrain and native peoples encountered:

Czech (Dr. Kenneth) An Annotated Bibliography of African Big Game

Hunting Books 1785 - 1999, page 268 -269.

Recorded shipping weight 2000g.

Shipped and insured by recorded delivery.

  • Binding Condition: very good
  • Overall Condition: very good
  • Size: 23 x 15 cm
  • Sold By: West Clare Rare Books
  • Contact Person: Tom Moloney
  • Country: Ireland
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