Victorian Life at the Cape 1870-1900.

Includes double-side fold out map of Cape Town and environs.

Price – $15.00 (ZAR-180.00)

Views of Cape Town and Suburbs

21 full page photographic reproductions, including 2 double page images. Showing cape Town, from the City bowl to Simon’s Town and Sea Point. All photos by T.D. Ravenscroft of Rhondebosch. Published c. 1900. Binding neatly repaired with linen strips. Some general wear to the boards.

Price – $140.00 (ZAR-1500.00)

Viva l’Italia!

A catalogue of photographs with text, tracing the history of a group of Waldesians from Piedmont, Italy and how they settled in Cape Town in 1689. Previous owner’s name inked to the inside of front cover. Published date is unknown.




Price – $130.00 (ZAR-1200.00)

Volkskunde von Loango.

Mit illustrationen, gezeichnet von A Goring, M Laemmel, G Mutzel. Lang. German. (Folklore of Loanga). Half leather spine with marbled covers. Fraying to spine.

Price – $100.00 (ZAR-1400.00)

Volkspele Uit Sonnige Suid-Afrika

‘A selection of 15 typical South African folk dances specially complied for the tour through Europe April to June 1953.’ Text in Afrikaans and English. Illustrated in b/w. Bound in pictorial card wraps. Small, closed tear to front wrap, small chip to head of spine. Ex library copy with library stamps to title and contents page. Inscription in ink to top corner of title page. Browning to wraps.

Price – $15.00 (ZAR-180.00)

Vom Schutzgebiet bis Namibia 1884-1984

Text in German. With numerous illustrations and folding map in pocket inside back cover. Slight wear to edges of covers. Minor chipping to edges of dust jacket.

Price – $38.00 (ZAR-340.00)

Von der Capstadt ins Land der Maschukulumbe. Reisen im Sublichen Afrika in den Jahren 1883-1887. 2 Volumes.

Text: German. Patterned end papers. Marbling effect to top, front- and lower page edges. With 205 original woodcut engravings and two maps – one is a facsimile. Vol 1: Rear free end page is loose. Both free end pages have some edge-wear. Front fep is repaired with tissue paper at the gutter. Purple stamp on half-title page. Map is loose. Vol. 2: Rear fep has some edge-wear. Contents clean in both volumes.

Price – $320.00 (ZAR-4200.00)

Voor Land en Volk

A tale of South Africa from the years 1842 – 1848. This book is part of the Zuid-Afrikaansche Historie Biblitoheek.

Price – $16.00 (ZAR-140.00)

Voor Land en Volk

A tale from the years in South Africa between 1842 and 1848. This book is part of the Zuid-Afrikaanse Historie Bibliotheek.

Price – $16.00 (ZAR-140.00)

Vroee Plase en Nedersettings in die Oranje Vrystaat

With numerous black and white illustrations and plates. Boards show slight general wear.



Price – $62.00 (ZAR-580.00)

War at Sea – South African Maritime Operations during WWII

‘Largely anecdotal narrative’. A proud record of loss and achievement during the war. Clean sound copy.

Price – $32.00 (ZAR-300.00)

War in Africa.

The author covered most of these skirmishes in Africa during the time he spent reporting on the political and military scene in Africa. “The first of its kind ever produced: a first-hand insight into the black fighting man.” Liberally illustrated with b/w photographs.

Price – $22.00 (ZAR-320.00)

War in Africa.

The author covered most of these skirmishes in Africa during the time he spent reporting on the political and military scene in Africa. “The first of its kind ever produced: a first-hand insight into the black fighting man.” Liberally illustrated with b/w photographs.

Price – $22.00 (ZAR-320.00)

Wat Ek in Suid-Afrika Gesien Het, September en Oktober 1902.

With some pencil marks to parts of the text.

Price – $30.00 (ZAR-350.00)

Wat Mevrouw Generaal Joubert Vertelt

Text is in old Afrikaans/Dutch.

Price – $55.00 (ZAR-600.00)

Wat Mevrouw Generaal Joubert Vertelt.

Bound in green, cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine and front board. With multiple b/w illustrations. Text in Afrikaans/Dutch. Previous owner’s ink stamp to paste-down. Lightly foxed. Browing to prelims.

Price – $30.00 (ZAR-350.00)

Wat Mevrouw Generaal Joubert Vertelt.

Bound in green, cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine and front board. With multiple b/w illustrations. Text in Afrikaans/Dutch. Previous owner’s ink scrawl to f.f.e.p. Leaves are foxed and browned, especially the prelims. Pp 17-32 with chips and tears, no loss to text.

Price – $30.00 (ZAR-350.00)

Water-mills, windmills and horse-mills of South Africa.

De Luxe edition signed by the author limited to 100 copies, this copy is No. 7. Tape residue on illustrated end papers.

Price – $65.00 (ZAR-800.00)

Waterberg. On the History of the Mission Station Otjozondjupa, the Kambazembi Tribe and Hereroland

15 black and white photographs and a map.

Price – $16.00 (ZAR-170.00)

Wenning

Price – $30.00 (ZAR-280.00)

Wesleyan Missionaries in Great Namaqualand 1820-1867

‘The Wesleyan Missionary Society attempted to establish mission stations in Great Namaqualand between 1816 and 1867, …. enduring privations and hardships with fortitude.’

Price – $32.00 (ZAR-350.00)

When First We Practise or The Life of Jan Michiel Endres – Surgeon.

Price – $20.00 (ZAR-140.00)

When Life was Rusted Through

Among the many accomplishments of Rhodes was the building of a considerable mileage of his proposed Cape-to-Cairo railway. In 1907, when the author travelled over it from the Cape, through Rhodesia and across the Victoria Falls bridge, the railhead was at Broken Hill (Zambia’s Kabwe).



Price – $14.00 (ZAR-120.00)

White Man’s Country. Lord Delamere and The Making of Kenya. Vol II. 1914-1931

Includes 3 maps of which 2 are fold-out. 1. East Africa Campaign, 1914-1917, 2. Kenya Colony, 1933, 3. East Africa in 1926. Lord Delamere was undoubtedly the most central figure in the development of Kenya Colony.

Price – $10.00 (ZAR-100.00)

Who’s Who of Rhodesia, Mauritius, Central and East Africa – 1964

Supplement to the Who’s Who of South Africa, 1964. Some photographs of individuals.

Price – $33 (ZAR-360)