The Bantu-speaking Tribes of South Africa. – I. Schapera

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An Ethnographical Survey

An ethnographical survey of the different Bantu-speaking tribes of South Africa. Includes black and white plates. Previous owner’s details on front fep. Some thumbing. 24 b&w plates. Fold out map at the rear. Pencil marginalia. Foxing to top and fore-edges. 453 Pages. Binding firm. 6th Impression. Condition: Good. Dust jacket: Poor. Fragile. In two pieces. Lacks the lower half of the spine. Open tears to the folds. Sunned. Binding: Hardcover. Red cloth boards. Sunning to the lower half of the spine and header and footer. Light bumping to corners. Tiny nicks to the spine edges.

Publisher: Maskew Miller Limited
Date Published: 1959
Publication Place: Cape Town

Condition: Good.
Binding: Hardcover. Red cloth boards. Sunning to the lower half of the spine and header and footer. Light bumping to corners. Tiny nicks to the spine edges.
Has Dust Jacket: Yes
Jacket Condition: Poor. Fragile. In two pieces. Lacks the lower half of the spine. Open tears to the folds. Sunned.

Additional information

Weight 1100 g