Reform Committee, Sentenced 28th April 1896, Pretoria Jail, Ascension Day 1906.

Title page and 16 leaves, with facsimiles of drawings by members of the Reform Committee. Each sketch bearing the artist’s signature and his place and date of birth. The names include Lionel Phillips, John Hays Hammond, Percy Fitzpatrick, Colonel Frank Rhodes, etc.
Green cloth boards titled ‘Sketches’ in gilt on the upper cover.
No Place or Date (London, circa 1896?) (Bears a green circular printer’s ticket on the front paste-down endpaper of Shaw & Son, Printers and Lithographers, Wholesale & Manufacturing Stationers. Fetter Lane & Crane Court, London E.C.)



Price – $150.00 (ZAR-1500.00)

Should We Forget?

Heavy foxing to front and rear prelims becoming lightly scattered throughout. Bookplate of previous owner on front paste-down. 2 b&w photographs of author’s house before they left for the camp and the ruins they came back to.

Price – $60.00 (ZAR-650.00)

South Africa and the Boer-British War. Comprising a History of South Africa and its People, including the War of 1899, 1900, 1901 and 1902.

2 volumes in 1. “Life of Cecil John Rhodes” by Murat Halstead issued as a supplement. Circa 1900.

Price – $30.00 (ZAR-350.00)

South Africa and the Transvaal War

Six volumes bound in four. With numerous illustrations and maps.




Price – $200.00 (ZAR-2500.00)

South Africa and the Transvaal War I-VI

Complete 6 volume set of this account of the Anglo-Boer War. Numerous b/w and colour illustrations and maps. Boards are scuffed amd spines flecked with white paint. Endpapers browned, occasional tape marks, some corners lightly bumped. Very light scattered foxing through all vols, else a very good set.

Price – $200.00 (ZAR-2200.00)

South Africa Despatches: Despatch by General Lord Kitchener, dated 23rd June, 1902, relative to Military Operations in South Africa

Government blue book, rebound in brown cloth boards.


Price – $36.00 (ZAR-400.00)

Summer of 1899. The Siege of Kimberley. 14 October 1899 to 15 February 1900.

Limited edition of 1000 copies. Well illustrated with over 500 photographs and sketches.

Price – $90.00 (ZAR-950.00)

The Anatomy of an Antiwar Movement; The Pro-Boers

Text is clean and clear. Boards show very little wear. Ex libris to the ffep.

Price – $37.00 (ZAR-370.00)

The Defence of Ladysmith and Mafeking. Brenthurst Series 9.

Standard edition of 850 copies bound in cloth. Accounts of two sieges, 1899 to 1900, being the South African War experiences of William Thwaites, Steuart Binny, Alfred Down and Samuel Cawood. Illustrated end papers. Magenta tint to top edge. Includes 63 plates with frontispiece and 5 Maps.

Price – $68.00 (ZAR-800.00)

The Grip of Gold – A Life Story of a Dominion

Previous owner’s ex libris pasted to the front paste-down.


Price – $25.00 (ZAR-250.00)

The Motorist’s Paradise – the Cape Peninsula and its Surrounding Disctricts.

Published under the joint auspices of the Cape Peninsula Publicity Association of Cape Town and the General Manager, South African Railways and Harbours. Includes two fold-out maps illustrating various motoring routes round the Peninsula. Light wear to boards. Pictorial illustration fixed to front of book. Tide marks and rippling to some pages. Well bound.

Price – $58.00 (ZAR-650.00)

The Petticoat Commando or Boer Women in Secret Service.

10 illustrations. Colonial Edition. Previous owner’s details on front fep.

Price – $68.00 (ZAR-800.00)

The Siege of Mafeking. Volumes 1 and 2. The Brenthurst Press Third Series.

Standard edition of 850 copies bound in cloth. Vol 1. 296 illustrations and Vol 2. 543 illustrations including both frontispieces. Maps on endpapers.

Price – $160.00 (ZAR-1800.00)

The Siege of O’Okiep

“Guerrilla Campaign in the Anglo-Boer War” 211 pp, an account based on the official staff diary, private papers and photographs of Lieutenant Colonel Shelton.





Price – $50 (ZAR-680)

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)

With Sword and Statute. (On the Cape of Good Hope Frontier)

Republished with additions and further photos. Missing the plate “Mistaken for a Boer” at pg327 and “Palmietfontein Politicians” at pg432. Previous owner’s details on verso of frontispiece. New end papers. Spine has been rebacked. Varied foxing throughout. Pink blemish to top area of prelims.

Price – $420.00 (ZAR-6000.00)

With the Flag to Pretoria

Pictorial account of the Anglo-Boer war, with numerous b/w illustrations in 2 volumes. Half leather over pebbled cloth bindings, covered in clear plastic covers. Gilt lettering and decoration to spines. Back board of vol 1 loosed. Endpapers significantly browned with tape marks to paste downs. Tears to fold out maps of both vols, no loss.

Price – $160.00 (ZAR-1800.00)

With The Flag to Pretoria (2 Volumes) & After Pretoria – The Guerilla War( 2 Volumes) – 4 Volume Set

British, illustrated publication, rebound in 4 volumes.

Price – $165.00 (ZAR-1800.00)

Zes Maanden bij De Commando’s

Previous owner’s name inked to the ffep. Previous owner’s initials inked to the half title. Slight foxing throughout. Text is in Dutch.

Price – $90.00 (ZAR-950.00)