Strandloper Pottery from South and South West Africa.


Issued as part of the Annals of the South African Museum.This is the month of March 1968.Volume 49 Part 2 and deals with the “Strandloper” people of South West Africa.These were the first primitive people,termed “Hottentots”by the Europeans,first encountered by Van-Riebeeck and other early settlers,mostly existing on shellfish and other marine produce,Between 1950-1963 the author and his wife collected material along the coast of South West Africa,including pottery,in wich a study is made in this volume.A brilliant history study.

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Limp printed card covers,with a reinforced spine.edges a little crimped in places and with a few faint marks,nothing serious.Size 10×7 pp 222,single sided text,inc,f/o tables and charts,f/o maps,many sketches and diagrams,references,no plales,text only.This is a massive photographic reprint,with all the usual black smudges along the edges,,but not affecting the text.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread) Internaly nice and clean throughout. A v/g-v/g clean copy.


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