Edges and corners of boards minimally rubbed. DW chipped at top and bottom edges and at folds, small piece missing at top of spine.
Parallel Afrikaans and English text. Comprises a brief outline of South Africa’s gold coins, and a survey of gold coins issued since the beginning of the 19th century in the rest of the world. Illustrated in colour.
272pp, illustrated throughout in black and white.
Price – $50 (ZAR-500)
A description of life on the diamond fields in Kimberley in 1871-1873
Price – $29.00 (ZAR-280.00)
‘A report prepared on behalf of the Standing Conference on London Regional Planning’. With numerous photographs, drawings and fold out plans (some in colour). Slight wear to edges and corners of covers. Minor foxing to edges of some pages. Dust jacket worn.
Price – $60.00 (ZAR-500.00)
The story of the Cape Field Artillery. With numerous black and white illustrations and maps.
Price – $48.00 (ZAR-480.00)
A book of personal experiences along South African and other romantic waterfronts, odd characters encountered by the author and the strange tales they told.
Price – $15.00 (ZAR-170.00)
Van Riebeeck Society, 2nd Series, No. 34. Parallel Afrikaans and English text with colour frontis and various black and white illustrations.
Price – $30.00 (ZAR-320.00)
A descriptive biography on the architect and his works in South Africa. Bound in black rexine boards with gilt lettering to spine. Edition limited to 2000 copies; this copy unnumbered. Slight soiling to some leaves but overall a very good copy.
Price – $62.00 (ZAR-650.00)
“Architecture and Idealism is based extensively on original sources and contains much previously unpublished material. The text, written in a relaxed and informative style, is extensively illustrated with photographs and drawings, several of which of which have been reproduced from the original designs.”
Price – $150.00 (ZAR-1600.00)
The full story of the American ship that inspired the song “Daar Kom Die Alabama”. Previous owner’s bookplate to front endpaper.
Price – $33.00 (ZAR-350.00)
208pp in Dutch with a summary of 16 pages in English. 28 black and white plates at end of book.
Price – $22.00 (ZAR-250.00)
200pp, in Dutch.
Price – $38 (ZAR-350)
” For the first time the files of the Department were made accessible to … academic researchers”. 779pp
Price – $35.00 (ZAR-350.00)
113pp plus black and white plates and many line illustrations. Traces the development of folk building in South Africa, includes artifacts, utensils and furniture too.
Price – $65.00 (ZAR-600.00)
History of Hout Bay, illustrated in full colour.
Price – $55.00 (ZAR-600.00)
The History of St Andrew’s Preparatory School, Grahamstown. Fully illustrated. With a foreword by Marguerite Poland.
Price – $30.00 (ZAR-380.00)
A composition project of the Gymnasium Senior Matriculation Class of 1924, describing sports, education, agriculture and social figures of that time.
Price – $60.00 (ZAR-600.00)
Two volumes, limited edition of 1,212 copies, these are copies number 546, both inscribed by the author.
Price – $300 (ZAR-3800)
229pp. Collected by James Stuart, Translated by Daniel Malcolm and edited with introductions and annotations by Trevor Cope.
Price – $95.00 (ZAR-950.00)
An investigator’s view of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Committee. 168pp. with photographs.
Price – $16 (ZAR-200)
A representative selection of art-making in Johannesburg in the past 100 years. Published to coincide with the opening of an extension of the Johannesburg Art Gallery and the centenary of the city. Signature of Willem Meyer with date to the title page.
Price – $60.00 (ZAR-600.00)