South African Eden. – Stevenson-Hamilton, J

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From Sabi Game Reserve to Kruger National Park

J Stevenson-Hamilton was the Warden of the Kruger National Park. Previous owner’s name in pencil on the half title page. 26 half-tone illustrations of the usual animals, the old blockhouse at Sabi Bridge in 1902; Major Fraser with some of his dogs, the Old Selate Train 1902, and a police picket camp, et al. Maps as end papers. Foxing to the prelims and scattered throughout. Evidence of cellotape on some of the pages which have come loose from the binding. 1st Edition. Condition: Fair. Dust jacket: Poor. Spine detached from the panels and missing its header. Long open tear on the front fold. Markings from cellotape. Discolouration. Tidemark. Binding: Hardcover. Red cloth boards with edge-wear and some fraying to extremities. Fading to the header and footer.

Publisher: Cassell and Company Ltd
Date Published: 1937
Publication Place: London
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Fair.
Binding: Hardcover. Red cloth boards with edge-wear and some fraying to extremities. Fading to the header and footer.
Has Dust Jacket: Yes
Jacket Condition: Poor. Spine detached from the panels and missing its header. Long open tear on the front fold. Markings from cellotape. Discolouration. Tidemark.

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Weight 900 g