North Wales: Delineated from two excursions through all the interesting parts of that highly beautiful and romantic country, and intended as a guide for future tourists.

Illustrated with plates, tables and a hand coloured map.



Price – $80.00 (ZAR-950.00)

Nouveau Paris – Monumental. Avec le parcours du Metropolitain.

10 printed pages of text in French, English, German and Spanish. A guide to Parisian monuments, galleries, and churches. Includes large double-sided colour pull out map of Paris with vignettes of buildings and structures.

Price – $25.00 (ZAR-300.00)

Pacific Adventure. The Story of The Pilot Pedro Fernandez De Quiros , His Passage April 1595 – February 1596

Dw slightly edge worn, with some minor insect damage.

Palais National de Malmaison

Contains a short history of the palace and 25 colour photogravure illustrations. Text in English and French. Preface by Fernand Sabatte. Slight wear to covers. Browning to the few text pages. Otherwise clean and sound.

Price – $22.00 (ZAR-150.00)

Pioneer’s Path – Story of a career on the Witwatersrand

250pp, some black and white plates. End pages browned. Good condition.




Price – $18.00 (ZAR-140.00)

Plant Hunting in China

A History of Botanical Exploration in China and the Tibetan Marches.

A History of Botanical Exploration in China and the Tibetan Marches.

Portuguese East Africa – The History, Scenery & Great Game of Manica & Sofala

Reginald Charles Fulke held several administrative posts from 1896 – 1928 and used his extensive knowledge and experience of the land to write this work on Manica and Sofala, provinces of Mozambique. This is the first of six books written during his life.

Price – $140.00 (ZAR-1800.00)

Portuguese In South East Africa (1600 – 1700)

This fascinating account of the history of the Portuguese in South East Africa, describing the initial base camp in Mocambique, their travels up the Zambezi up to Mashonaland. The appendix summarizes the survivor’s accounts of shipwrecks that occurred during this period.

Price – $66.00 (ZAR-680.00)

Railways of Southern Africa

History of the building and operation of the railways in Southern Africa, with many b/w illustrations and maps. Bound in black paper covered boards with gilt lettering to spine. VG besides tape marks to paste downs. Dust jacket good with tape marks to verso, some chips and tears.

Price – $22.00 (ZAR-240.00)

Rambles in Greater London

Reality Versus Romance in South Central Africa

Being an account of a journey across the continent from Benguella on the West through Bihe, Ganguella, Barotse, The Kalihari Desert, Mashonaland, Manica, Gorongoza, Nyasa, The Shire Highlands, to the Mouth of the Zambezi on the East Coast. Rebound in red library buckram with gilt titles to spine. Ex library copy with library bookplate to front paste down and library slip pasted to rear. Library stamps throughout. Photogravures throughout and large fold out map of the area to rear; map has been relined. A very good, restored, ex library library copy.

Price – $98.00 (ZAR-1100.00)

Reisavonture Op Land En See

Brown cloth spine with printed grey paper boards. Some staining and bumping to boards. Geskryf deur ‘n Domine. Some fishmoth damage to fep. Previous owner’s name on fep. Tells the story of a group of Afrikaners’ journey to Argentina, Chile and Patagonia. With numerous b/w illustrations and photos.

Ruwenzori & Imatongs

Being compiled of numerous journal articles from Uganda Journal (September 1955), The Geographical Journal (December 1933) and others unidentified. Contains numerous illustrations and 4 large fold out maps.

Price – $28 (ZAR-300)

Serpa Pinto’s Wanderung quer durch Afrika

Two volumes “vom Atlantischen zum Indischen Ocean”. 2 maps in a sleeve showing his route. Around 330pp each, with numerous engravings. He was the fourth explorer to cross Africa from west to east. Text in German.





Price – $460 (ZAR-4800)

Shaka’s Country : A Book of Zululand



Price – $28.00 (ZAR-280.00)

Sierra Leone: Its People, Products and Secret Societies

Appears to be 1st edition 1916. A journey by canoe, rail and hammock through a land of kernels, coconuts and cacao with instructions for planting and development. Particular attention is given to the ethnology, customs and pursuits of people. Includes a number of b/w photographs. Foxing to prelims.

Price – $80.00 (ZAR-600.00)

Snow Kings of the Southern Alps

Pamphlet on the New Zealand mountain ranges, illustrated in b/w. Paper wraps are foxed with insect damage to rear panel. Text lightly foxed, but mostly VG.

Price – $25.00 (ZAR-280.00)

Sport and Service in South Africa; The Diary of Lieutenant Robert Arkwright 1843 – 1846

Text is clean and clear.


Price – $42.00 (ZAR-380.00)

Südwestafrika; wirtschaftlicher Ratgeber und allgemeine Anleitung, besonders für Auswanderungslustige

South West Africa; Economic advice and general guidance, especially for those who are emigrating. With multiple illustrations – lacking map to rear. Text in
German.

Price – $45.00 (ZAR-500.00)

The Cairngorm Mountains

Green buckram boards with gilt decoration. Slight lean to the spine. Previous owner’s name to the verso of the fep.

Price – $85.00 (ZAR-950.00)

The Cape of Good Hope being the Official Handbook of the City of Cape Town

Paper covered limp boards worn and split at the spine. Large folding frontis. Tape repair to the gutter at the title page. Some scattered foxing.

Price – $22.00 (ZAR-250.00)

The Chatto and Windus Robins Series Vol I-VIII

6 Titles in 8 volumes dealing with the early and colonial era histories of the Zambian region. All vols dustwraps, with tears and chips and bound in blue cloth boards with gilt titles to spines. Light, scattered foxing through all vols. Multiple fold out maps and illustrations.

Price – $140.00 (ZAR-1600.00)

The East India Company Journals of Captain William Keeling and Master Thomas Bonner, 1615-1617

A collection of writing, documenting one of the more important expeditions to Java, as told from the point of view of Keeling and Bonner. It is Keeling’s concern with the ‘mundane’ that makes this book so interesting, documenting the every day life of the crew, how they kept themselves occupied during the long voyages, how they dealt with issues of sickness and so forth. Includes fold out map of the journey.

Price – $20.00 (ZAR-240.00)

The Eastern Seas : Being a Narrative of the Voyage of H.M.S. “Dwarf” in China, Japan, and Formosa. With a Description of the Coast of Russian Tartary and Eastern Siberia, from the Corea to the River Amur.

“With Map and Illustrations”. Book prize presented to Percy J L Smith for proficiency in Conduct and Application (See certificate pasted to the front paste down), 1884, by the Worcester Training College, now called the Thames Nautical Training College. Hinges have been restored with matching material. Text is slightly age toned. First and last few pages present with mild damp staining. Binding shows general wear.






Price – $1200.00 (ZAR-12000.00)

The Far Interior. Chronicles of Pioneering in the Matabele and Mashona Countries, 1847-1879.

Frontispiece of Mizilikazi (as seen by Captain William Cornwallis Harris in 1836). Contents clean and firmly bound.

Price – $15.00 (ZAR-150.00)