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[SOUTH AFRICAN LIBRARY]
Early Cape Printing/Vroeë Kaapse Drukwerk 1796-1802
(Cape Town, South African Library, 1971). . South African Library Reprint Series 1. 4to; original printed boards; no dustwrapper; unpaginated. Cover very lightly soiled, with chip from lower joint; text block a little rippled. Good condition. "The four items reproduced here are some of the earliest known examples of printing at the Cape of Good Hope and in each case only one copy is known to have survived. With one exception all these items are in the South African Library." The four items reproduced are the fragment of the Almanach voor't jaar 1796, printed by Johann Christian Ritter, the Brief van het Zendelings Genootschap te London aan de Godsdienst-lievende ingezetenen van de Caap de Goede Hoop (a translation of a letter by Dr. van der Kemp of the London Missionary Society), Troostelyk gesprek tusschen den Heere Jesus en de moedeloose ziel, and Meent Borcherds' De Maan, the first poem printed in South Africa..
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N° du livre: 1236
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.25 | CHF 12.5]
Catalogue: Cape
Mots-clés: . . Dutch East India Company

 
[SOUTH AFRICAN LIBRARY]
Early Cape Printing/Vroeë Kaapse Drukwerk 1796-1802
(Cape Town, South African Library, 1971). . South African Library Reprint Series 1. 4to; original printed boards; no dustwrapper (as issued); unpaginated (but pp. 76). Backstrip a little tanned; endpapers and edges lightly foxed. Very good condition. "The four items reproduced here are some of the earliest known examples of printing at the Cape of Good Hope and in each case only one copy is known to have survived. With one exception all these items are in the South African Library." The four items reproduced are the fragment of the Almanach voor't jaar 1796, printed by Johann Christian Ritter, the Brief van het Zendelings Genootschap te London aan de Godsdienst-lievende ingezetenen van de Caap de Goede Hoop (a translation of a letter by Dr. van der Kemp of the London Missionary Society), Troostelyk gesprek tusschen den Heere Jesus en de moedeloose ziel, and Meent Borcherds' De Maan, the first poem printed in South Africa..
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N° du livre: 10969
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.25 | CHF 12.5]
Catalogue: Cape
Mots-clés: . . Dutch East India Company

 
[EAST LONDON, SOUTH AFRICA]
Gately House [Two Brochures on This Small Museum]
(East London: East London Museum, no date). . 1. Cover title: 'GATELY HOUSE. Officially opened by Mr. A.J.B. de Klerk, Cape Provincial Secretary, 1st April 1967.' 330 x 205 mm; side-stitched card wrappers; pp. 5 + 5; text in English and Afrikaans. 2. Cover title: 'Gately House. East London's Town House.' 210 x 150 mm; paper wrappers; pp. 16; some illustrations. Some foxing and a little soiling. Fair. "Gately house is a Town House unique in South Africa in that virtually all that is displayed was acquired by the original owners over the years. It was built by Mr. John Gately in 1878 and was lived in by his family until the death of his last surviving child, Margaret, in 1966.".
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N° du livre: 9863
GBP 4.00 [Appr.: EURO 4.5 | CHF 5]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: Social History. Kaffraria. Border Region. Port Rex

 
[JANSENVILLE FESTIVAL COMMITTEE]
Jansenville 150 Jaarfees/Year Festival 1855-2005. Land Van Die Noors, Tuiste Van Die Angora
(Jansenville: Jansenville Festival Committee, 2005). . 210 x 145 mm; pictorial wraps; pp. 32; black-and-white photographs. Text in English and Afrikaans. Commemorative brochure for the Janseville 150 Anniversary. Lower wrap a bit indented. Very good condition..
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N° du livre: 5582
GBP 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 5.75 | CHF 6.5]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: . Great Karoo. Noorsveld

 
[LIONS CLUB OF UITENHAGE]
The Lions Souvenir Book of Uitenhage
(Uitenhage: Lions Club of Uitenhage, 1973). . 248 x 162 mm; rexine backed pictorial card wrappers; pp. 108; black-and-white photographs; advertisements. A little spotting. Very good condition. Articles on various aspects of Uitenhage by a variety of contributors..
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N° du livre: 5947
GBP 12.50 [Appr.: EURO 14 | CHF 15.5]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape

 
[CAPE THEATRE]
Odd-Fellows' Hall, Plein Street. Mrs. Carlisle-Carr's Grand Concert. Under the Distinguished Patronage and in the Presence of His Excellency the Governor Sir Henry Brougham Loch and Lady Loch
(Cape Town, no date [ca 1896]). . 205 x 130 mm; pamphlet; pp. 4. Some foxing. Good to very good. Henry Brougham Loch (1827-1900) was appointed high commissioner of South Africa in December 1889. During his earlier governorship of Victoria, he had been noted for his support of cultural projects, and this Cape colony programme demonstrates that he retained an involvement in the arts. The programme includes the words of two songs, 'My Faithful Fair One', and 'My Nut Brown Maiden'..
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N° du livre: 10270
GBP 7.50 [Appr.: EURO 8.5 | CHF 9.5]
Catalogue: Cape
Mots-clés: Performing . Hope

 
[GREY HIGH SCHOOL]
Old Greys' Union Centenary 1893 - 1993
(Port Elizabeth: The Grey Institute Development Trust, 1993). . 297 x 210 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. 96; numerous illustrations. Very good condition. "The Old Greys' Union is celebrating its centenary and it is our privilege as Heads of the respective Schools to be associated with the Grey and its Alumni. The Union's objective has been to produce a brochure that will interest and maintain a connection between someone who was at Grey in 1920 and the boy who matriculated in 1992. The Grey has a fascinating history and a network of alumni that makes this Institution the dynamic one it is." - From the Foreword.
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N° du livre: 10535
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.25 | CHF 12.5]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: . . . Boys' . Sir George .

 
[MEURANT, LOUIS HENRI]
Zamenspraak Tusschen Klaas Waarzegger en Jan Twyfelaar, over Het Onderwerp Van Afscheiding Tusschen de Oostelyke en Westelyke Provincie
(Cape Town: South African Library, 1973) 0869680064. . South African Library Reprint Series 3. Original pale blue boards, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; pp. (vi) + 74 + (iii). Spine slightly tanned; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. 'Moontlik onder invloed van "Kaatje Kekkelbek", wat in November 1838 met groot sukses in Grahamstad opgevoer is en op 4 Maart 1839 in The South African Sentinel verskyn het, plaas Meurant van 31 Oktober 1844 tot in 1850 in sy blad 'n groot aantal briewe en samesprake in Afrikaans, meestal deur homself geskryf. Sy bedoeling daarmee was om die laglus op te wek en sy blad populêr te maak, maar in die briewe en samesprake is ook ernstige sake behandel omdat Meurant ingesien het dat die grensboere Afrikaans veel makliker as Nederlands sou verstaan.' - From the introduction, by J. du P. Scholtz.
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N° du livre: 11077
GBP 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 22.5 | CHF 25]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: . Early Printing

 
ADAMS, HETTIE & HERMIONE SUTTNER
William Street: District Six
(Cape Town, 2nd impression, 1989). . Large paperback, pictorial card wraps, pp. 80, photographic illustrations. 'The vibrant community of District Six, at the foot of Table Mountain, lives on in this personal memoir...'.
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N° du livre: 2236
GBP 4.00 [Appr.: EURO 4.5 | CHF 5]
Catalogue: Cape
Mots-clés: Good Hope. . Malays. Coloureds. .

 
SOTHEBY PARKE BERNET SOUTH AFRICA (AUCTIONEERS)
The Contents of Kronendal: The Property of Mr Malcolm Tait and Mr Alasdair Wyllie
(Johannesburg, 1983). . Pictorial card wraps, pp. 131, illustrations. Paperback. Auction catalogue..
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N° du livre: 2245
GBP 4.00 [Appr.: EURO 4.5 | CHF 5]
Catalogue: Cape
Mots-clés: Good Hope.

 
ALLEN, GEOFFREY & DAVID
Clive's Lost Treasure
(London: Robin Garton, 1978) 0906030072. . 4to; original brown boards, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 103 + (i); colour plates; maps; facsimile. Dustwrapper every so slightly rubbed; some light foxing to edges, endpapers and outermost leaves. Very good condition. "Faced with the challenge of driving the French from India, Robert Clive booked a passage in the East Indiaman Dodington for his voyage out in 1755. At the last moment he switched ships but left in Dodington the major part of his wealth - £3,000 in gold coin. Also aboard the ship was a company of 200 soldiers, and her valuable cargo included 36,000 ounces of silver in pieces of eight. In her hold were cannon, for the defence of India, sent on the orders of George II. The ship struck Bird Island off Port Elizabeth. Only 23 men survived and they remained there for eight months while a sloop was built from the wreckage. In great physical hardship, troubled by both mutiny and piracy, the survivors sailed some 800 miles north to Lourenço Marques. Over two centuries later a team of divers headed by David Allen found the fabled wreck of the Dodington. Their salvage work was perilous for Clive's gold was jealously 'guarded' by Great White Death Sharks. Dodington is the first British East Indiaman to have been salvaged and the find has been hailed as a major archaeological triumph.".
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N° du livre: 9687
GBP 6.50 [Appr.: EURO 7.25 | CHF 8]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: . Sir . Indiamen. Shipwreck. . Survival. . Algoa Bay.

 
ALLEN, VIDA
Early Kimberley: A Photographic Souvenir
(Kimberley: Historical Society of Kimberley and the Northern Cape, 1986) 0620102063. . Kimberley series no. 6. 210 x 293 mm; side-stitched pictorial wrappers; pp. (iv) + 152 + (iv), incl. index; contemporary photographs, captioned. Wrappers slightly rubbed, slight crease to upper cover; earlier owner's bookplate to inside of upper cover. Very good condition. A fascinating compilation of photographs showing the personages, buildings and events connected with Kimberley's creation and early history, from the start of diamond mining by independent diggers to the advent of aviation, sports clubs and public institutions..
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N° du livre: 7739
GBP 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 22.5 | CHF 25]
Catalogue: Cape
Mots-clés: Cecil Rhodes. Barney Barnato. . Big Hole. Du Toitspan Diggings. Local

 
ALLEN, GEOFFREY & DAVID
The Guns of Sacramento
(London: Robin Garton, 1978) 0 906030 06 4. . 4to; original dark blue boards, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. 81 + (iv); maps; photographic plates in monochrome and full colour. Slight loss to head of dustwrapper's spine panel. Very good condition. "The Portuguese galleon Sacramento was one of the great men o' war of the seventeenth century. Built by Royal commission of teak, this thousand ton Leviathan mounted some 60 guns. But it was the massive bronze cannon in her hold, cast in Macao for the defence of Portugal, that made her maiden voyage in 1617 so vital. As with many of the great ships in history, her potential was never realised. Weighed down with her cargo, a freak storm drove her on to the rocks off Port Elizabeth, where she broke up. With her loss, Portuguese global strategy suffered an irrevocable reverse. David Allen traced and salvaged the Sacramento, bringing 40 bronze cannon ashore in spite of considerable interference. Research has brought to light the astonishing account of the surviving crew members who trekked 1,000 miles up the hostile African coast to safety.".
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N° du livre: 7734
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.25 | CHF 12.5]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: Mariners. Shipwreck. . Algoa Bay. . Salvage. Cannons.

 
AMSCHWAND, NIGEL
A Short History of the Onder-Bokkeveld
(Cape Town: Aquaknowledge, 2010) 0981422800. . 206 x 146 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. xii + 187, incl. index; monochrome photographs and historic artwork; maps and plans. Wrappers very slightly rubbed. Very good condition. "For over a hundred years the Onder-Bokkeveld, together with the Hantam and Roggeveld, was the northern border of the Cape Colony and was equivalent to the Wild West of South Africa. The land to the north had little permanent water and was inhabited by hostile Khoikhoi and San. This book describes the conditions leading up to the colonization of the area by the free-burgers of the Dutch East India Company and their spread throughout the area, displacing the previous Khoisan inhabitants. It also details the commando activities and living conditions of the colonists. Three of the early farms are chosen for more detailed analysis providing some idea of the lifestyle in the border area and farmers' interactions with their family and neighbours. The routes taken by the inhabitants to and from Cape Town are given with some accounts of early travellers' journeys.".
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N° du livre: 11189
GBP 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 22.5 | CHF 25]
Catalogue: Cape
Mots-clés: Local . Regional . Hope

 
ANONYMOUS
Almanach Der Africaansche Landbouwers en Hoveniers / African Gardeners' and Farmers' Almanac
(Cape Town: South African Library, 1984). . Number 4 in the South African Library General Series. 220 x 133 mm; saddle-stitched green wrappers; pp. x + 37; line drawings. Slightest curl to edges of wrappers; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. Text in Dutch, with English translation. "This little book contains the complete text of a Dutch manuscript in the Von Dessin Collection of the South African Library, with an English translation. The manuscript ... is divided according to the months of the year, giving information on a variety of topics which are of importance to the gardener and the farmer, such as the type of weather which may be expected at the Cape in a particular month, the best time for the cultivation of vegetables and agricultural crops and the grafting and pruning of fruit trees and vineyards. In between there are notes which apparently related to the writer's own activities.".
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N° du livre: 9719
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.25 | CHF 12.5]
Catalogue: Cape
Mots-clés: Botany. Horticulture. Gardening. Hope. Manuscripts

 
ANONYMOUS
Richard Gush of Salem
(Grahamstown: C.A.P.A.B. and Rhodes University Drama Department, 1970). . 246 x 163 mm; saddle-stitched pictorial wrappers; unpaginated (but pp. 16); illustrations, including one of the original cast. Damp-staining. Good. A brochure to accompany Guy Butler's commissioned play "Richard Gush of Salem"..
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N° du livre: 9739
GBP 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 5.75 | CHF 6.5]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: 1820 . Albany Settlers. Frontier

 
ANONYMOUS ARTIST
Graham's Town, the Capital of the Eastern Province of the Cape Colony [Hand-Coloured Woodcut from 'the Illustrated London News' of March 22, 1851]
(London: Herbert Ingram, 1851). . Lithograph, with later wash. Image area: 150 x 240 mm; Dimensions of recent mount surround: 270 x 358 mm. Near-fine condition. The view is of Grahamstown within thirty years of the arrival of the 1820 Settlers. No longer merely a garrison on the eastern frontier of the colony, it is also filled with houses and larger buildings, a last outpost of civilization..
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N° du livre: 11117
GBP 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 39.25 | CHF 43.5]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: 1820 . Albany . Graham's . . Good Hope

 
FRASER GILL AND ASSOCIATES
Cape Trams. From Horse to Diesel
(Cape Town: Fraser Gill and Associates, foreword dated 1961). . Lawrence G. Green's copy, with his signed book label to front pastedown. Small 4to; original buff-coloured paper over boards; no dustwrapper; pp. 100; black-and-white photographic plates; line drawings in text. Slight bump to top edges of boards; earlier owner's bookplate and discreet ink stamp to front free endpaper; trace of spotting to top edge. Very good condition. "Cape Trams suitably commemorates the first centenary of The Cape Electric Tramways (1949) Limited at Cape Town and Port Elizabeth and their environs. It is essentially the success story of private enterprise in a very difficult field that elsewhere in South Africa and, indeed, in most other countries of the world, is generally operated by central or local government authority.".
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N° du livre: 7743
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.25 | CHF 12.5]
Catalogue: Cape
Mots-clés: . Hope. . Traffic. Transport. . Railways.

 
CAPE PENINSULA PUBLICITY ASSOCIATION
Map of Cape Town Central and Neighbouring Suburbs
(Cape Town: The Cape Peninsula Publicity Association, with The South African Railways Administration, ca 1930). . Folding, 12-panel colour map of Cape Town (630 x 500 mm, once opened), housed in printed wrappers (225 x 150 mm). Wrappers a little creased and spotted; a few fox spots to map. Very good condition..
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N° du livre: 11348
GBP 12.50 [Appr.: EURO 14 | CHF 15.5]
Catalogue: Cape
Mots-clés: . Tourism

 
ATHIROS, GABRIEL, AND OTHERS (COMPILERS)
The Cape Odyssey 101 - 105 [5 Volumes]
(Cape Town: Historical Media, 2013 - 2015). . Five volumes, each measuring 244 x 176 mm. Laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. 192, incl. index; pp. 200, incl. index; pp. 192, incl. index; pp. 192, incl. index; pp. 192, incl. index; lavishly illustrated with contemporary photographs and artwork, in monochrome and full colour, plus some modern photographs. Fine condition. Issue 101: "This volume includes a number of articles that have appeared in The Cape Odyssey tabloid during 2011 and 2012. In this way Historical Media is endeavouring to preserve these interesting articles for posterity." Issue 102: "This volume features articles that relate to the South Peninsula and includes a number of articles that have appeared in The Cape Odyssey tabloid during 2001 to 2012 as well as new material and pictures." Issue 103: "The Cape Odyssey 103 - the third book to be published in the new Cape Odyssey softcover series - embraces articles from the Woodstock Whisperer (2003 - 2007) together with new material and pictorials. Woodstock, Cape Town's and South Africa's first real suburb, has a treasure house of historic stories and events. Treaty Park in Woodstock is the spot where, in 1806, the history of South Africa changed forever. One of the bravest sea rescues of maritime history took place from Woodstock Beach. This volume captures for posterity articles that relate to this wonderfully colourful suburb." Issue 104: "Wrecked at the Cape Part 1 embraces stories of interesting shipwrecks on the Cape's West Coast - from Hondeklip Bay to Maori Bay at the foot of Karbonkelberg." Issue 105: "Wrecked at the Cape Part 2 embraces interesting stories of shipwrecks, Chapman's Peak to Cape Infanta.".
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N° du livre: 11319
GBP 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 83.75 | CHF 92.5]
Catalogue: Cape
Mots-clés: . Storms. Local . . Good Hope

 
ATTWELL, ERIC
Port Elizabeth Opera House - the First 100 Years
(no place: Cape Performing Arts Board, c. 1992). . 8vo; original purple boards; spine gilt; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. viii + 130; several photographic illustrations. Previous owner's name signed on front free endpaper. Near fine condition. The history of the hub of Port Elizabeth's cultural life, a theatre venue which hosted many international stars of the stage, and provided an early platform for the talent of Athol Fugard. £10.00.
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N° du livre: 3637
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.25 | CHF 12.5]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: . . Local . .

 
BACKER, W. (EDITOR)
The Economic Development of the Transkei. Papers Read During a Symposium Presented by the Fort Hare Economic Society at the University of Fort Hare on 14-15 August, 1969
(Alice: The University of Fort Hare, 1969). . Editor's signed presentation bookplate mounted to front free endpaper. 8vo; original blue boards, lettered in gilt on spine; dustwrapper; pp. viii + 107; tables. Dustwrapper somewhat edgeworn and soiled; trace of soiling to fore-edge of upper board; a little spotting to edges, endpapers and outermost leaves. Good condition. At the time of this book's publication, the Transkei homeland was looked upon in apartheid South Africa as a model of the Bantustan system. Subjects covered: The Economics of Developing Countries with special reference to the Transkei; External Assistance to the Public Sector; Education and Economic Development; Agriculture's Contribution to the Economic Development of the Transkei; Employment Opportunities for Graduates offered by the Transkei; Financial and Capital Aid to the Private Sector with special Reference to the Xhosa Development Corporation; Future Prospects with regard to the Economic Development of the Transkei..
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N° du livre: 6482
GBP 17.50 [Appr.: EURO 19.75 | CHF 22]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: Separate . Bantustans. Homelands Policy. . .

 
BAINES, THOMAS
The Landing of the British Settlers in Algoa Bay in the Year 1820
(Port Elizabeth: King George VI Art Gallery, no date). . 420 x 575 mm (outer dimensions); 380 x 535 mm (image dimensions). Full-colour reproduction of the 1852 oil on canvas by Thomas Baines, the original of which is in the possession of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum, formerly the King George VI Art Gallery, Port Elizabeth. The image is printed on 215 gsm China Embossed Natural paper, is in fine condition, and ideal for framing. This famous picture illustrates a moment from the seminal event in the history of Eastern Cape settlement: the landing of the first sizable contingent of English settlers on the subcontinent. At the foot of the rise above the Bay are the tents that would shelter the 1820 Settlers temporarily, along with the wagons for their conveyance to the hinterland. The flag of the garrison at Fort Frederick is visible at the crest of the hill overlooking the scene. In the foreground, lighters laden with Settler men, women and children are battling through the waves from the notoriously unsafe anchorage. Cormorants soar above the waves, and swoop down. A breathtaking scene..
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N° du livre: 5479
GBP 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 22.5 | CHF 25]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: . . Age Sail.

 
BAINES, THOMAS
Port Elizabeth Algoa Bay from the Anchorage
(Port Elizabeth: King George VI Art Gallery, no date). . 305 x 500 mm (outer dimensions); 270 x 390 mm (image dimensions). Full-colour reproduction of the 1874 oil on canvas by Thomas Baines, the original of which is in the possession of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum, formerly the King George VI Art Gallery, Port Elizabeth. The image is printed on 215 gsm China Embossed Natural paper, is in fine condition, and ideal for framing. Visible in the far distance is the burgeoning settlement of Port Elizabeth, with the Donkin Reserve, its pyramid and lighthouse, just discernable at the top of the rise above the Bay. In the foreground, lighters are conveying passengers to and from shipping in choppy seas. There are at least three steamers, besides several sailing vessels, at anchor. Gannets are plunging into the waves. A vivid and evocative picture..
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N° du livre: 5477
GBP 12.50 [Appr.: EURO 14 | CHF 15.5]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: . . Age Sail.

 
BAINES, THOMAS
Port Elizabeth Algoa Bay
(Port Elizabeth: King George VI Art Gallery, no date). . 305 x 500 mm (outer dimensions); 270 x 390 mm (image dimensions). Full-colour reproduction of the 1848 oil on paper on canvas by Thomas Baines, the original of which is in the possession of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum, formerly the King George VI Art Gallery, Port Elizabeth. The image is printed on 215 gsm China Embossed Natural paper, is in fine condition, and ideal for framing. Visible in the backgrond is the settlement of Port Elizabeth - little more than a village at this stage - with the Donkin Reserve's pyramid and lighthouse discernable at the top of the rise above the Bay. In the foreground, a lighter is conveying passengers in very stormy seas. The sailing vessels are straining at anchor in a high wind. Sea birds skim the waves. A vivid and evocative picture..
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N° du livre: 5478
GBP 12.50 [Appr.: EURO 14 | CHF 15.5]
Catalogue: Eastern Cape
Mots-clés: . . Age Sail.

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