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Book Description

Small Folio, 27 x 34cm. No date [1893] Bound in later half red leather, spine with 5 raised bands and gilt decoration. Binding in very good condition. Later endpapers, half title present, title page backed onto linen. Text in French. Text & Plates in very good clean condition. Small, discrete library blind stamps to corners of plates, 2 stamps within text. Superbly illustrated with 27 full page plates (some colour), each accompanied by descriptive text. Also 6 pages of music at rear, ‘Chansons Du Zambese’
Dealer Notes
The most important early work on South African and South East African Tribal Art, Weapons and Beadwork.
Estimated at approximately 100 copies, produced for Royalty and most remain in libraries.
Author Muller, Hendrik P. N. and Snelleman, Joh. F.
Date 1893
Binding Half Red Leather
Publisher Leyde - E. J. Brill
Illustrator -
Condition Very Good
Pages 50pp : 27 plates.

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