16 illustrations. Lionel Phillips was one of the original six founders of ‘The Corner House’ – the financial and mining oracle of Johannesburg at the time – the firm of H Eckstein. He wrote ‘Some Reminiscences’ in London in 1924 during his last few months as chairman of The Central Mining & Investment Corporation, Limited at the age of 70. He died at his farm, Vergelegen, Somerset West in 1936.
Publisher: A D Donker (Pty) Ltd
Date Published: 1986
Publication Place: Craighall, Johannesburg
Condition: Very good
Binding: Hardcover. Green paper boards with light edge-wear. White lettering to spine.
Jacket Condition: Fair to good-. Edge-wear and creasing with four 2cm closed tears to edges.
Dimensions: 8vo. 25cm x 17.5cm x 2.5cm