Oppenheimer Series - Government Archives of Southern Rhodesia - 9 volumes in 13 books: The Matabele Journals of Robert Moffat 1829-1860 (2 parts); The Matabele Mission - A selection frm the correspondence of John and Emily Moffat, David Livingstone and others 1858-1878; The Northern Goldfields Diaries of Thomas Baines - First Journey 1869-1870; The Northern Goldfields Diaries of Thomas Baines - First Journey 1870-1871; The Northern Goldfields Diaries of Thomas Baines - Second Journey 1871-1872; Gold and the Gospel in Mashonaland 1888 - being the journals of 1 - The Mashonaland Mission of Bishop Knight-Bruce / 2 - The Concession Journey of Charles Dunell Rudd; Apprenticeship at Kuruman - being the journals and letters of Robert and Mary Moffat 1820-1828; The Zambezi Journal of James Stewart 1862-1863 - with a selection from his Correspondence; The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton 1898-1899; The Southern African Diaries of Thomas Leask 1865-1870; The Zambezi Expedition of David Livingstone 1858-1863 - Journals; The Zambezi Expedition of David Livingstone 1858-1863 - The Journals continued with letters and dispatches therefrom

By: Wallis, J P R (Ed) et al

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Book Condition: Good


13 books (complete). Series of early colonial books of Rhodesian history. Of varying conditions. All are gilded along the top trims. One: An aging, much owned, carelessly stored copy. The red boards are much marked, stained, worn all about from storage and shelving. They are steady and sound. The Southern Rhodesian coat of arms is worn and scuffed. The early pages are peppered with previous owner signatures and annotations. The papertrims are foxed. The early and later pages are worn, foxed, discoloured. Whilst the rest of the contents are flecked, flushed with foxing here and there, the pages are generally clean, clear, comfortable, companionable. Two: A smart copy. The red boards have light shelving wear about the edges. The gilt arms are bright. Top paper trims are gilded. The contents are very neat, clean, clear, confident, pleasinh. Three: A tidy copy. The boards are scuffed, worn about the edges and corners, a little dulled. The contents are most pleasing. Healthy, neat, fresh, clean and clear. Four (pub 1946): The boards are handsome, hale. The papertrims have insect or storage damage. The contents are very pleasing. Fresh-faced, unblemished, secure, very clean and clear. Five (pub: 1946): The serene boards have light shelving wear, very shallow scuffing. The contents are smart and clean and confident. Six (pub 1946): A pleasing copy. The contents have unobtrusive corner wear to a very few pages. The pages are very clean, generous, serene. Seven (Central African Archives, pub 1949, edited by Constance E Fripp, V W Hiller). Northern Rhodesian Coat of Arms. The boards are rubbed, scuffed, worn about the edges and corners from shelving and stacking. The spine is faded. The boards are sound and sure. The contents are comfortable, clean and clear, companionable. Eight (I Schapera (ed), pub 1951): The boards are a little worn from shelving, along the edges and corners. The contents are most pleasing and generous. Nine (pub: 1952). An amiable copy. The boards have some shelving wear, knocks, scuffing. They are healthy and sturdy. The contents are most pleasing. They are very clean, clear, unblemished. Ten (pub. 1953): Good, sound condition. Only shallow corner knocks, fading about the spine from shelving. The contents are in excellent order. Eleven (pub: 1954): Rhodesian Federation Coat of Arms. Corner knocks and very light shelving wear about the edges. Contents are fresh, very clean and clear, generous. Twelve (pub 1956): Corner knocks from shelving. Light scuffing and rubbing. The contents are healthy and sure, clean and clear and gratifying. Thirteen (pub. 1956): Light shelving wear to the edges and corners, some scuffing, scratching. They are secure and steady. The pages are in excellent condition, fresh, very clean and clear, as if unused! fk. Our orders are shipped using tracked courier delivery services.

Title: Oppenheimer Series - Government Archives of Southern Rhodesia - 9 volumes in 13 books: The Matabele Journals of Robert Moffat 1829-1860 (2 parts); The Matabele Mission - A selection frm the correspondence of John and Emily Moffat, David Livingstone and others 1858-1878; The Northern Goldfields Diaries of Thomas Baines - First Journey 1869-1870; The Northern Goldfields Diaries of Thomas Baines - First Journey 1870-1871; The Northern Goldfields Diaries of Thomas Baines - Second Journey 1871-1872; Gold and the Gospel in Mashonaland 1888 - being the journals of 1 - The Mashonaland Mission of Bishop Knight-Bruce / 2 - The Concession Journey of Charles Dunell Rudd; Apprenticeship at Kuruman - being the journals and letters of Robert and Mary Moffat 1820-1828; The Zambezi Journal of James Stewart 1862-1863 - with a selection from his Correspondence; The Barotseland Journal of James Stevenson-Hamilton 1898-1899; The Southern African Diaries of Thomas Leask 1865-1870; The Zambezi Expedition of David Livingstone 1858-1863 - Journals; The Zambezi Expedition of David Livingstone 1858-1863 - The Journals continued with letters and dispatches therefrom

Author Name: Wallis, J P R (Ed) et al

Categories: Rhodesiana,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: Chatto & Windus, London / Government of Southern Rhodesia / University Press, Glasgow: 1945

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Hardcover

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