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  • Unknown author (2012-11-20)
    Verso inscription by Dennis Godfrey " ... 'Eersteling' the first gold mine that proved payable in the Transvaal. It was established ... and managed in 1870 by Edward Button ... from the Button family 6.4.65. The mine ...
  • Unknown author ("South Africa", 1903)
    On Cover; S. Evans, esq.; The "South Africa" Atlas of the Rand, 1903; private presentation copy.
  • Bartholomew, John, 1831-1893. (A & C Black, 1857)
    Inset: Continuation of Africa south of the equator showing Dr Livingston'e travels between 1849 and 1856. Plate XLIV-I from: General atlas of the world ... / engraved on steel ... by Sidney Hall, William Hughes ... New ...
  • Coetzee, Cyril, 1959- (2012-08-23)
    The artist has painted the landing of Da Gama and his men at the Cape - as seen metaphorically by the Khoi. Coetzee draws on Andre Brink's The first life of Adamastor for the narrative of the painting. Adamastor, the giant ...
  • Johannesburg. Town Council, Issuing Body; Waugh, Edward Henry, 1872-1948 (Town Council of Johannesburg, 1927-08-09)
    Suburb's borders printed in red; handwritten dates of their establishment have been added; includes concentric one-mile circles from the City Hall. Johannesburg gained city status in 1927. Later plans were issued under ...
  • Great Britain.War Office.Intelligence Division.; Great Britain. War Office. General Staff. Geographical Section. (War Office. Intelligence Division, 1899)
    Series no. 1367 covers all of Orange Free State and most of Transvaal (not north of 24 degrees S.) in 28 sheets. Two versions held of most sheets; 1899 and then 1900 revision. Series produced during Boer War. No sheet ...
  • Troye, G. A., cartographer (Johannesburg : Meddelssohn & Scott, 1890)
    Surveyed farms and their names shown. At the base of map: Geological section from Pretoria though Johannesburg to Roodepoort south of Klip River over 50 miles / by Iones Beta.
  • Bleloch, W. E. (William Edwin),1863- (Argus [printer], 1910)
    By W. E. Bleloch. Author of "The new South Africa". An explanatory treatise to accompany a Geological map of a portion of the southern Transvaal and a portion of the northern Orange Free State, illustrating a new reading ...

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