History and Ethnography of Africa south of the Zambesi

£122.00

From the settlement of the Portuguese at Sofala in September 1505 to the conquest of the Cape Colony by the British in September 1795. Vol 1 deals with . The Portuguese in South Africa from 1505–1700. Vol. 2 deals with The foundation of the Cape Colony by the Dutch. Vol. 3 deals with The Cape Colony in 1795,The Koranas, Bantu, and Portuguese in South Africa to 1800.

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H/b in the original boards,nice and clean for their age,sharp with corners very slightly worn,Spine-ends good with only slight wear.Size 9×6 pp vol.1=22+501 vol.2 =29+523,vol.3=13+499,inc,synoptic index,notes on books,f/o maps,page maps,plates in vol.1 only.Hinges strong.Binding is generally good but very dry.Black end papers.These books are 98 years old and must be handled with care as the leaves are brittle,and some are uncut (Suggest unread),clean but heavily age-browned throughout.

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