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Images of Power. Understanding Bushman Rock Art.

“Drawing on comprehensive and largely unpublished records of Bushman beliefs which were recorded verbatim during the 1870s as well as on modern research done with the living Kalahari Bushmen. Essentially the work of medicine people or shamans, these striking pieces of art depict trance visions and symbols of supernatural potency enable us to understand previously puzzling issues such as the strange relationships between humans and animals and puzzling geometric patterns.”

Price – $80.00 (ZAR-600.00)

Africa Meets Africa. The African Collection of the Museum of Ethnology, Rotterdam.

This volume accompanied the Africa Meets Africa exhibition in Rotterdam.

Price – $22.00 (ZAR-280.00)

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)

Mops versus Tails. The Great Match.

A story about a gruelling girls hockey match between the Mops and the Tails with a ‘bury the hatchet’ feast at the end. The colour illustrations are bright and cheerful, appearing on every other page, opposite hand-lettered text. Wonderful centre-fold illustration. The author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie, was active in the years 1900-1911. She was best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries.

Price – $75.00 (ZAR-750.00)

“Tut-Tut..” (Richard II)

Delightful illustrations each accompanied with a famous quote from Shakespeare’s plays. The author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie, was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries.

Price – $40.00 (ZAR-450.00)

All About Baby. (Baby book)

Kathleen Ainslie’s baby book for her daughter, Margaret and later her son, John Dickson Parker. Kathleen Ainslie was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries.

Price – $90.00 (ZAR-950.00)

Catharine Susan’s Little Holiday.

Author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries. The color illustrations are bright and cheerful, appearing on every other page, opposite hand-lettered text. Double page illustration in the centre.

Price – $35.00 (ZAR-350.00)

Catharine Susan’s Calendar 1908.

Author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries. The color illustrations are bright and cheerful, appearing on every other page, opposite hand-lettered text. Double page illustration in the centre.

Price – $70.00 (ZAR-750.00)

Catharine Susan’s Calendar 1906.

Author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries. The color illustrations are bright and cheerful, appearing on every other page, opposite hand-lettered text. Double page illustration in the centre.

Price – $70.00 (ZAR-750.00)

Catharine Susan’s Calendar 1909.

Author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries. The color illustrations are bright and cheerful, appearing on every other page, opposite hand-lettered text. Double page illustration in the centre.

Price – $90.00 (ZAR-900.00)

Catharine Susan’s Calendar 1909.

Author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries. The color illustrations are bright and cheerful, appearing on every other page, opposite hand-lettered text. Double page illustration in the centre.

Price – $80.00 (ZAR-850.00)

Catharine Susan’s Calendar 1907.

Author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries. The color illustrations are bright and cheerful, appearing on every other page, opposite hand-lettered text. Double page illustration in the centre.

Price – $70.00 (ZAR-750.00)

“Me and Catharine Susan.”

Author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries. The color illustrations are bright and cheerful, appearing on every other page, opposite hand-lettered text. Double page illustration in the centre.

Price – $45.00 (ZAR-450.00)

Catharine Susan’s Calendar 1906.

Author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries. The color illustrations are bright and cheerful, appearing on every other page, opposite hand-lettered text. Double page illustration in the centre.

Price – $80.00 (ZAR-800.00)

Me and Catharine Susan Earns an Honest Penny.

Author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries. The color illustrations are bright and cheerful, appearing on every other page, opposite hand-lettered text. Double page illustration in the centre.

Price – $45.00 (ZAR-450.00)

“What I did.”

Author and illustrator, Kathleen Ainslie was active in the years 1900-1911. She is best-known for her series of children’s books based on jointed Dutch peg dolls which were popular during the 19th and early-20th centuries. The color illustrations are bright and cheerful, appearing on every other page, opposite hand-lettered text. Double page illustration in the centre.

Price – $60.00 (ZAR-650.00)

Mauriciens.

The photographer takes us to the other side of an island paradise to discover how one can be a Mauritian.

Price – $20.00 (ZAR-220.00)

Souvenir Album: German Settlers’ Jubilee, 7th July 1908. Jubelfeier der Deutschen Emigranten.

Text: English and German. 7th July 1908 marks the 50th anniversary of the landing at East London of the first vessel bringing the first batch of German immigrants to the Eastern Part of the Colony. Includes black and white photographs of the pagentry participants.

Price – $85.00 (ZAR-950.00)

Contemplation & Other Stories.

Translated by Kevin Blahut. Illustrated by Kip Bauersfeld.

Price – $8.00 (ZAR-120.00)

Design for Crafts.

Designs of flowers, birds and animals suitable for a variety of crafts such as stencilling, leather-work, woodwork and embroidery. Some topics covered are: Petals, borders, in laying of wood and leather, friezes, etc.

Price – $18.00 (ZAR-220.00)

Colours 7. What is AIDS?

Text: English/German. A special magazine issue covering topics and questions relating to AIDS in a clear and direct manner, discrediting prejudices and spreading accurate information on prevention. Known as one of the trendiest cultural magazines on the world scene, Colors has maintained a global, humanistic outlook in its coverage of issues from AIDS to shopping.

Price – $20.00 (ZAR-250.00)

Sanderson. The Essence of English Decoration.

Includes 239 illustrations, 228 in colour. “The story of the company that became England’s leading manufacturer of wallpapers and decorative fabrics.”

Price – $25.00 (ZAR-280.00)

Arthur Elliott. A Memoir of the Man and the Story of his Photographic Collection.

Colour print of the well known Kersefontein farm gable as frontispiece. Includes 30 b/w photographs and 2 illustrations. Inscription in red ink on free end paper.

Price – $20.00 (ZAR-220.00)

Rock Paintings of the Drakensberg, Natal and Griqualand East. (Signed by the author)

This entire edition is limited to 275 copies. This volume is number 65.

Price – $70.00 (ZAR-900.00)

The Cape Town Month of Photography 2005.

A collection of contemporary southern african photographic art.

Price – $35.00 (ZAR-380.00)