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Africa.- Playne (Somerset) East Africa (British): Its History, People, Commerce, Industries, and Resources, original pictorial crimson morocco, gilt, g.e., rebacked preserving original gilt spine, corners repaired, 1908-09 § Chanler (W.A.) Through Jungle and Desert: Travels in Eastern Africa, map in pocket at end, rear hinge worn, New York, 1896 § Dutton (E.A.T.) Lillibullero or The Golden Road, number 34 of 100 copies, presentation copy inscribed "To Jack Melhuish - old friends are best from the author 25 Dec. 44" on front free endpaper, Zanzibar, privately printed, [c.1944] § Dugmore (Maj. A.Radclyffe) The Vast Sudan, 1924 § Hill (M.F.) Permanent Way: The Story of the Kenya and Uganda [and Tanganyika] Railway, 2 vol., Nairobi, [c.1949-57] § Moyse-Bartlett (Lt.-Col. H.) The King's African Rifles, Aldershot, 1956, maps, plates and illustrations, all but the first original cloth, the second pictorial gilt, the last two with dust-jackets, all rubbed; and c.30 others on East Africa and a box of Rhino Link: Journal of the King's African Rifles, v.s. (Qty)

Lot 278

Africa.- Playne (Somerset), East Africa (British): Its History, People, Commerce, Industries, and Resources, 1908 & others, East Africa (Qty)  

Hammer Price: £850

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Africa.- Playne (Somerset) East Africa (British): Its History, People, Commerce, Industries, and Resources, original pictorial crimson morocco, gilt, g.e., rebacked preserving original gilt spine, corners repaired, 1908-09 § Chanler (W.A.) Through Jungle and Desert: Travels in Eastern Africa, map in pocket at end, rear hinge worn, New York, 1896 § Dutton (E.A.T.) Lillibullero or The Golden Road, number 34 of 100 copies, presentation copy inscribed "To Jack Melhuish - old friends are best from the author 25 Dec. 44" on front free endpaper, Zanzibar, privately printed, [c.1944] § Dugmore (Maj. A.Radclyffe) The Vast Sudan, 1924 § Hill (M.F.) Permanent Way: The Story of the Kenya and Uganda [and Tanganyika] Railway, 2 vol., Nairobi, [c.1949-57] § Moyse-Bartlett (Lt.-Col. H.) The King's African Rifles, Aldershot, 1956, maps, plates and illustrations, all but the first original cloth, the second pictorial gilt, the last two with dust-jackets, all rubbed; and c.30 others on East Africa and a box of Rhino Link: Journal of the King's African Rifles, v.s. (Qty)

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