Maps, Artifacts, Prints

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Maitland A.F.C. Second League, 1928 –

$20.60

Original photograph of the 1928 Maitland Football Team. Winners of the Second League. Chipping and finger marks to the original mount. Publisher: Schultz & Co. Date Published: 1928 Publication Place: Observaory First Edition: Yes Condition: good to fair Dimensions: image fize: 29 x 24cm

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Naive scene – Lizzie

$151.09

Oil on board in the style of the Cyrene Mission of Zimbabwe. Date Published: c.1980’s Publication Place: Zimbabwe First Edition: Yes Condition: Very good Dimensions: 50 x 40cm

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Cape Town and Table Mountain – Heine, W

$123.62

Lithograph of ships in Table Bay. The “Mississippi is in the foreground. Note the long boat with the American flag. Publisher: Sarony Date Published: 1855 Publication Place: New York First Edition: Yes Condition: Very good Dimensions: image size: 24 x 16cm

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Unloading Gravel – Boxius, Sylvan G.

$206.03

Coloured woodcut print. Signed and titled in pencil. Date Published: c.1920 First Edition: Yes Condition: very good Dimensions: image size: 17.5 x 15cm

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Union of South Africa. –

$109.88

Philips Authentic Imperial maps for Tourists & Travellers Single map mounted on cloth with an inset of the continuation of Transvaal northward. Map is clean with a tiny nick in the fold of the Indian Ocean. The rear board has a 5mm closed tear to the cloth on the fore-edge. Light foxing to top edge….

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Plan of the Territories formerly known as Kaffraria Proper lying between the following boundaries,The Quatlamba Range on the North, the Sea Coast on the East, Natal on the North East and the Kei and the Indwe on (the) South West. –

$1,098.83

An exceptionally rare map showing British Kaffraria Proper (as opposed to British Kaffraria – the districts of King Williams Town and East London annexed to the Cape Colony in 1865). All the remaining Xhosa territory beyond the Kei River, south of the Drakensberg and as far as the Natal frontier remained independent for longer and…

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