7 - 8 April 2004
BAINES, Thomas (1820-1875)
Port Elisabeth, Algoa Bay, Division of Uitenhage; Graham's Town, Division of Albany; Fort Beaufort, and council of Kaffirs; Klaas Smit's River - Waggon broke down, crossing the drift; Bushmen hunting a herd of heterogeneous game; Kaffirs leaving the Colony for their native seat, with all their acquired property (Kennedy vol I, nos. B47-52).
6 coloured lithographs by William Simpson and E. Morin after Baines, published by Ackermann & Co., London, May 1st 1852, printed by Day & Son, on paper laid down on card. (Very light spotting, final plate with repaired marginal tear just touching image.) each 428 x 582mm. Part I, the only part to be published, of Baines's Scenery and events in South Africa.
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