Lost trails of the Transvaal.


T. V. Bulpin wrote some great books on African travel,history and adventure and here is another in his usual poetic fashion.He describes the Transvaal,that segment of the complex face of Africa lying between the Vaal and Limpopo Rivers.The infinite patients and artistry of that old craftsman,nature,has wrought upon the face of the earth some wonderous scenes and changes,and the Transvaal has known in full measure,of the sublime cycle of restless nature.Set out in 49 chapters,all its known history is here to be studied.

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H/b in v/g pictorial boards,with some very slight corner and edge-wear no d/w,Size 9×6 pp 474,inc,index,bibliography,many reproduced photographic plates in full colour,with many fine pencil sketches in text and at the beginning and ends of each chapter.Maps to both front and end p/d’s and f/ep’s.with decorated title page.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.A signature and date to half title page.No foxing,staining or browning.internally clean and bright throuhgout. A very nice book indeed.


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