The Bantu Tribes of South Africa : Reproductions of Photographic Studies by a M Duggan-Cronin - Vol III, Section V, Plates CLIII-CXCVIII - the Nguni - Section V - Baca, Hlubi, Xesibe with an Introductory Article on the Baca, Hlubi and Xesibe, a Bibliography and Descriptive Notes on the Plates
Deighton, Bell & Co Ltd. Cambridge / Alexander McGregor Memorial Museum, Kimberley. 1954, First Edition. Hardcover. Complete. A sound copy of this rather old fashioned book of ethnographic photographic studies of these Nguni peoples. Thick card boards. These have wear about the edges from handling and shelving. The spine is much creased and worn from use; it is however, secure and sound. The boards have scuffing, handling marks, some shallow pools of storage tanning. The boards are confident, firm, steady. The papertrims are smudge with foxing. Sepia paper. The early pages have a smudge of storage staining to the bottom spine corner. Nonetheless, the contents are most agreeable and benevolent. After the introduction, text and plates are on facing pages only. Plates on thick card. Some edges are foxed. The contents are confident, patrician, clean, clear, certain, companionable. fk. Our orders are shipped using tracked courier delivery services. Very Good/No Jacket.
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