A Monograph of the Coraciidae or Family of the Rollers.

Twenty Seven hand coloured plates by Keulemans, with facing text.




Price – $9000.00 (ZAR-90000.00)

A Photographic Postcard of a Steam Train – Mombasa.

Titled “A Narrow Squeak”. Photographer W.A. Young. The stamp has been removed. The remains of the Mombasa postmark are visible, with the date 1903.


Price – $22.00 (ZAR-280.00)

A Photographic Postcard of Penguins at Luderitz.

A used postcard with the Luderitzbucht postmark. Posted to Cape Town in 1906. Inscribed to the front Luderitzbacht 15.12.06 and G.C.S.


Price – $5.00 (ZAR-60.00)

A Photographic Postcard Showing Luderitz.

Inscribed to the front and back. With the Luderitzbach postmark and stamp of 1906.


Price – $12.00 (ZAR-140.00)

An Unused Photographic Postcard of a Rhodesian Rugby Team

A sporting team c.1900 with a cut-out elephant mascot.


Price – $8.00 (ZAR-90.00)

An Unused Photographic Postcard. “Zulu Belle”

A “SAPSCO” postcard showing a Zulu woman wearing decorative beadwork. c. 1910


Price – $10.00 (ZAR-100.00)

An Unused Postcard Displaying Stamps of German S.W.A.

With the full range of stamps from the 3 penny to the 5 mark stamp. The actual stamps have been attached to the card. The stamps showing theKeizer’s yacht were issued in 1901.


Price – $2.00 (ZAR-280.00)

An Unused Postcard. Prosit Neujahr aus D.S.W. Afrika

c.1910

Price – $8.00 (ZAR-80.00)

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)

Cowboy Kate & Other Stories. Inscribed

A first edition of this classic photo book. Inscribed by haskins to his friend Jan Mostert of the Rembrandt Foundation.


Price – $600.00 (ZAR-6500.00)

Fred Page (1908 – 1984)

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Medium: linocut

Size: frame 48 x 69cm
image :33 x 38cm

Title: untitled, fragments of a city

Date: c. 1980

Original linocut by Fred Page. Part of the series called Fragments of a City that were produced by Joe Wolpe for Page. This unsigned print is one of a few extras that were produced and were acquired by the previous owner from Wolpe.

Fred Page (1908 – 1984)

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Medium: linocut

Size: frame 56 x 53cm
image :25 x 26.5cm

Title: untitled, fragments of a city

Date: c. 1980

Original linocut by Fred Page. Part of the series called Fragments of a City that were produced by Joe Wolpe for Page. This unsigned print is one of a few extras that were produced and were acquired by the previous owner from Wolpe.

Gelatin Silver print by Paul Alberts.

This photograph was published in Albert’s book ‘Some Evidence of Things Seen’, 1997. The book was published as a charitable endeavour, in order to raise awareness of the plight of children in South Africa.
 “The location was Wag-‘n-Bietjie near Pretoria. The occasion was a leadership conference of the militant ultra-rightwing leader, Eugene Terreblanche’s Afrikaner – Weerstand – Beweging (AWB). The time was 1986 when Terreblanche’s popularity was growing. I watched this little boy disappearing behind the trees and shrubs to urinate and when he came back I started photographing him. He was an attractive boy with a lovely smile, but he stopped and looked at me with some trepidation. He also looked beyond me, with great uncertainty on his face. Suddenly a man’s voice spoke to him from behind my back: “Groet die Oom my seun” (Greet the uncle my son). It was his father speaking. The little boy then stood on guard, swiftly raised his right arm in the AWB salute and grinned.” Ref: Some Evidence of Things Seen by Paul Alberts.

Price – $200.00 (ZAR-2200.00)

Hans Anton Aschenborn – Folio III

Limited edition folio of 10 offset prints by Hans Anton Aschenborn partly taken from the large “Afrika-Mappe” with accompanying booklet. No.43






Price – $64 (ZAR-600)

i-Jusi: Issue 2

Magazine of South African art and design, this issue focused on Durban.

Price – $20.00 (ZAR-200.00)

My Caricatures

Printed on gloss paper and illustrated in b/w. With a foreword by John Merriman.



Price – $78.00 (ZAR-850.00)

November Girl. Inscribed by Haskins

The third photographic essay by Sam Haskins. Inscribed on the free end paper “For Jannie from Sam.” Jan Mostert worked for the Rembrandt Foundation.


Price – $500.00 (ZAR-5300)

Rails of the World: Portfolio Edition

Introductory chapters and abbreviated species account; a monograph of the family Rallidae, with 41 loose prints of colour paintings.



Price – $29.00 (ZAR-300.00)

Scenic South Africa – A Collection of Real Photographs – Round about Cape Town

Eight photographs of Cape Town tipped onto black album pages with printed captions. Photographs of: the docks, old Malay cemetery, Sea Point, Groote Schuur, Rondebosch, Rosebank, Newlands and Kalk Bay. String bound with printed card wraps.

The front wrap notes that this is the second series produced. Condition is good. Tears to the edges of the card wraps. Some light oxidation to the edges of the photos.

Price – $50.00 (ZAR-600.00)

Souvenir of Scotland. Its Cities, Lakes and Mountains. One Hundred and Twenty Chromo Views

One hundred and twenty bright chromolithographic views printed two per page. Bound in mauchline wear boards. Gilt edges all round.


Price – $340.00 (ZAR-3800.00)

Souvenir of Scotland. Its Cities, Lakes and Mountains. One Hundred and Twenty Chromo Views

One hundred and twenty bright chromolithographic views printed two per page. Bound in mauchline wear boards. Gilt edges all round.


Price – $340.00 (ZAR-3800.00)

Spektrum June 1971

German publication containing original poetry and 7 woodcuts. Includes original signed woodcut of title page as additional insert. Special numbered edition (109).


Price – $85,00 (ZAR-850,00)

The Subversive Stitch. Embroidery and the Making of the Feminine.

The author traces the notions and roles ascribed to women through embroidery from medieval times to today.

Price – $12.00 (ZAR-140.00)

The Troubled Pool and Other Poems. Deluxe edition.

This the de luxe edition, printed on Japanese Vellum is limited to 15 copies. This copy is number 10. The standard edition of this work is limited to 100 copies. Signed by Fairfax to the limitation page and complete with six etchings by Lionel Lindsay. Each one signed in pencil. An exceedingly scarce publication.



Price – $3500.00 (ZAR-50000.00)

Wopko Jensma (1939 – ?)

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Medium: screenprint 4/4

Size: frame 110 x 77cm
image 54.5 x 37cm

Date: 1970

Wopko Pieter JENSMA was born 26th July, 1939, Ventersdorp in the Transvaal.Matriculated at Middelburg Hoërskool, enrolled for study at the Universities of Pretoria in 1960 (BA Fine Arts (1964, incomplete) and attended University of Potchefstroom (1965-1967); translator for APB Publishers, Johannesburg (1965-1967); 1967 taught at a school in Serowe, Botswana, later became Head of Graphics Section of Department of Information,Gaborone.
Wrote poetry in English and Afrikaans; published anthologies “Sing for our execution” (1974), “Where White is the Colour, Where Black is the Number”, (1974) and Have You Seen my Clippings” (1977) Taught art at the Open School, Johannesburg, during the 1980s. Disappeared without trace after August, 1993.
Jensma’s writing deals with issues of identity relating to race and class within the context of apartheid in South Africa in the 1970’s. His poetry harnesses the signatures of jazz , concrete poetry, the avant-garde and African dance forms.

Price: R14 000.00

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