To the Banks of the Zambezi


In the whole continent of Africa there is not a more picturesque part than the wild gardens of trees and aloes and flowering plants that lies between the Limpopo and the Zambezi Rivers,which modern man knows as Rhodesia.Set out in 38 chapters in the usual colourful and descriptive stile of Bulpin,the complete story of the Rhodesia’s north and south is made known,the country its prehistory,its tribes of ancient people,its wars and conflicts, its chiefs, rulers and kings,its myths and legends.Bulpins work is always good to read.

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H/b in pictorial boards,clean with a little wear to edges and corners,with some slight damage to spine,no d/w.Size 9×6 pp v11+441,inc,index,bibliography,some plates in full colour plus many fine pencil sketches by A. A. plates and also as heads and tails of each chapter,maps to both front and back p/dn’s and f/epr’s.There is a signature of a previous owner in places..Front hinge starting to crack at the tittle-page.Binding good.No foxing,some celotape stains in the prelims.Very slightly hand-soiled Otherwise clean and bright throughout.


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