By Small Wagon with Full Tent.

“A beautifully designed book by the author recounting the story of Dorothea Bleek’s expedition from June to August 1912 to Kakia, a remote village in what was then Bechuanaland to investigate the language of the San, or Bushmen, living in the area.”

Price – $20.00 (ZAR-250.00)

C Louis Leipoldt – Dear Dr Bolus.

Letters from the author to Dr Bolus from 1897 – 1011. Green cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine and publisher’s emblem on front covering. Minor foxing on page edges. Contents clean and well bound.

Price – $18.00 (ZAR-180.00)

C. Graham Botha’s Collected Works: 3 Volumes

Vol 1: General History and Social Life of the Cape of Good Hope.
Vol 2: History of Law, Medicine and Place Names in the Cape of Good Hope.
Vol 3: Cape Archives and Records

Price – $66.00 (ZAR-700.00)

C. Louis Leipoldt, Eensame Veelsydige

Previous book dealer’s label to the bottom of front paste down. Text is clean and clear with black and white photographs. Boards show some wear. DW shows edge wear, toning, folds and chipping.

Cape Cookery, Old and New

‘Over 900 traditional recipes including a comprehensive chapter on diet cookery’. Text is clean and clear with numerous colour plates. Boards show slight edge wear. DW in near fine condition.

Cape Country Furniture

A pictorial survey of regional styles, materials and techniques in the Cape Province of South Africa. Scattered light foxing towards the rear of book. Small closed tear to top of spine with light edge-wear. Foxing to page edges. Tightly bound.

Price – $85.00 (ZAR-850.00)

Cape Country. Informal sketches in word and picture of the natural environment of the Cape Peninsula.

Illustrated by Katrine Harries.

Price – $10.00 (ZAR-120.00)

Cape Dovecots and Fowl-Runs

Inscribed by the author. Previous owner’s name in ink to the front paste down.

Price – $75.00 (ZAR-750.00)

Cape Dutch Houses and Farms

A highly descriptive record of the architects, craftsmen and building families that contributed to these great buildings as well as a detailed account of the buildings themselves. Previous owner’s bookplate to front endpaper.

Price – $26.00 (ZAR-240.00)

Cape Dutch Houses and Other Old Favourites

Proud heritage of the southwestern Cape are its traditional Cape Dutch houses. Most are thatched, gabled and whitewashed; others are flat-roofed double-storeyed and clearly of classical inspiration. All are dignified and no two are identical. TO each a story is attached and together, their stories chronicle the life of settlers at the Cape over the past three hundred years. In their often magnificent mountain settings. Cape Dutch houses form an integral part of South Africa’s varied culture.

Price – $20.00 (ZAR-250.00)

Cape Furniture

Text is clear with numerous black and white plates. Previous owner’s ex-libris label to the top corner of front fep. DW shows some general wear.

Price – $45.00 (ZAR-450.00)

Cape of Good Hope Minutes of Meetings and Correspondence on Affairs in Basutoland

Duplicate of 1883 Government blue book which concerns colonial interests in Basutoland.

Price – $28 (ZAR-300)

Cape of Good Hope Report of the Chief Inspector of Public Works for the Year 1874

Government blue book, presented to both houses of parliament, 1874.

Price – $26 (ZAR-280)

Cape of Good Hope Report of the Superintendent-General of Convicts for the year 1866

The speech made to Parliament and the figures relating to type of convictions, type of punishment, race of convicts, expenses etc.

Price – $44 (ZAR-450)

Cape of Good Hope Report of the Superintendent-General of Convicts for the year 1866

The speech made to Parliament and the figures relating to type of convictions, type of punishment, race of convicts, expenses etc.

Price – $44 (ZAR-450)

Cape of Good Hope Reports and Correspondence on the State of Affairs in Damaraland and Great Namaqualand in Connection with the Mission of Rev. Dr C H Hahn.

Price – $190.00 (ZAR-2200.00)

Cape of Good Hope Return of Papers on Pondo Affairs

“A statement shewing the expenditure incurred in connection with the recent disturbance in Pondoland, when colonial troops were called out, from January 1879 to April 1890; also a return of all correspondence and telegrams having reference to Pondoloand, between Mr Brownlee, Mr Oxland and Major Elliot, and the colonial government, and which do not appear in the blue book for native affairs.” With fold out maps.

Price – $135.00 (ZAR-1400.00)

Cape Town in the Twentieth Century

This volume begins where its companion volume, “Cape Town: The Making of a City” left off, with Capetonians on the eve of the South African War as well as a new century.

Price – $25.00 (ZAR-300)

Cape Town Pictures. A collection of 15 photographic views.

Circa 1905. Black and white photographs of Adderley Street, St George’s Street, Mount Nelson, the Malay Mosque, et al.

Price – $28.00 (ZAR-340.00)

Cape Trams : From Horse to Diesel

Clean, clear text with black and white plates throughout. DW shows some scuffing, chipping, soiling and small tears.

Price – $32.00 (ZAR-250.00)

Cape Views and Costumes : Water-Colours by HC De Meillon in the Brenthurst Collection, Johannesburg

Brenthurst series; no. 3. Edited by Anna H Smith. Accompanied by pamphlet: De Meillon’s People of Colour : Some Notes on their Dress and Occupations … / by Robert C-H Shell. A copy of a limited edition of 1000 copies.

Price – $200.00 (ZAR-1600.00)

Cape Wine Homesteads.

Paintings of 47 wine farms and estates by Ted Hoefsloot, showing the delightful variety of Cape Dutch architectural styles.

Price – $12.00 (ZAR-140.00)

Catalogue of Prints in the Africana Museum and in books in the Strange Collection of Africana in the Johannesburg Public Library up to 1870

Excellent reference work in 2 volumes.

Price – $170.00 (ZAR-2200.00)

Cecil Rhodes and the Cape Afrikaners – The Imperial Colossus and the Colonial Parish Pump.

339pp. “the relationship between two seemingly incompatible partners”.

Price – $30.00 (ZAR-280.00)

Charles Piazzi Smyth.

Signed by the author on 27 Aug. 1987. Charles Smyth arrived at the cape in 1935 to take up his position as First Assistant at the Royal Observatory. This book is an account of his astronomical duties, travels to the mountains and regions of the western cape, and includes some of his sketches.

Price – $18.00 (ZAR-220.00)