The Lion Mountain and the story of Bantry Bay, Clifton and Camps Bay on the Atlantic Coast of the Cape Peninsula – De Beer, Mona

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The book tells the historic origins of Camps Bay and the surrounding suburbs. Illustrated with a collection of splendid photographs capturing the spirit of this stretch of the Atlantic coast. With some geology, flora and fauna of the Lion Mountain and of the settlements on its western shores. Sections covering reservoirs and water supply; Malay tombs; Botany Bay (now Bantry Bay); early pastoral inhabitants,; early farms and buildings of Camps Bay; and the old Round House. 176 Pages. Contents clean and binding sound. 1st Edition. Condition: Good. Dust jacket: Fair. Edge-wear to all extremities. Grubby marks, remnants of two labels and discolouration marks to covers. 2cm closed tear to front fold with two smaller tears to header. Foxing to verso. Binding:Hardcover. Some mild edge-wear. Bumping to corners and spine edges.

Publisher: David Philip Publishers
Date Published: 1987
Publication Place: Cape Town
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Good.
Binding: Hardcover. Some mild edge-wear. Bumping to corners and spine edges.
Has Dust Jacket: Yes
Jacket Condition: Fair. Edge-wear to all extremities. Grubby marks, remnants of two labels and discolouration marks to covers. 2cm closed tear to front fold with two smaller tears to header. Foxing to verso.

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Weight 1100 g