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Original Soft-Ground Etching by Samuel Daniell – Cape Mole – Daniell, Samuel

$96.37

Cape Mole from Sketches Representing the Native Tribes, Animals and Scenery of Southern Africa. This plate has been handcoloured and framed. Samuel died in Ceylon in 1811. After his death, his brother William obtained a number of sketches Samuel had done on an earlier expedition into the interior with Dr. Sommerville and Mr. John Barrow….

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Original Soft-Ground Etching by Samuel Daniell – Ant-Eater – Daniell, Samuel

$96.37

Ant-Eater from Sketches Representing the Native Tribes, Animals and Scenery of Southern Africa. This plate has been handcoloured and framed. Samuel died in Ceylon in 1811. After his death, his brother William obtained a number of sketches Samuel had done on an earlier expedition into the interior with Dr. Sommerville and Mr. John Barrow. William…

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Original Soft-Ground Etching by Samuel Daniell – Cape Polecat – Daniell, Samuel

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Cape Polecat from Sketches Representing the Native Tribes, Animals and Scenery of Southern Africa. This plate has been handcoloured and framed. Samuel died in Ceylon in 1811. After his death, his brother William obtained a number of sketches Samuel had done on an earlier expedition into the interior with Dr. Sommerville and Mr. John Barrow….

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A Poem with Illustrated Vignette – I’Ons, Frederick Timpson

$344.19

A hand written poem titled Beauty. Four stanzas and an illustration of a Xhosa woman in watercolour. Signed by I’Ons. The appearingly sincere poem is illustrated by a rather curious looking Xhosa maiden. Squint and gap-toothed. One can only speculate at the artist’s intentions. Date Published: circa 1850 First Edition: Yes Signed: Yes Condition: Very…

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“I didn’t mean it that way” Linocut – Clarke, Peter

$1,101.41

Lino cut in three colours. Limited 5/32, titled, dated and signed in pencil. Some foxing and mount burn from a previous mount. Some creasing to the paper in the margin. Image size: 13.5 x 12.5cm Date Published: 1982 First Edition: Yes Condition: good

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Frederick Russel Burnham – The most famous of all American Scouts – Original gouache for The Graphic. – Dadd, Frank

$1,720.95

Depicting the escape of the scouts Burnham and Armstrong after they had shot and killed the Mlimo, the Ndebele spiritual leader in March 1896, during the second Matabele War. “Frederick Russel Burnham: Explorer, discoverer, cowboy and scout… American, he served as chief of scouts in the Boer War and an intimate friend of Lord Baden-Powell….

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