Somaliland being an Account of Two Expeditions into the Far Interior. London: F.E. Robinson, 1900. 8° (252 x 153mm). Frontispiece, numerous illustrations, some full page. Original red cloth gilt, unopened. FIRST EDITION, WITH H.M. STANLEY'S BOOKPLATE.
PAUL KOLLMANN. The Victoria Nyanza. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1899. 8° (235 x 154mm). Folding map, illustrations. (Occasional light spotting.) Original red cloth gilt. FIRST EDITION, WITH H.M. STANLEY'S BOOKPLATE.
FRANK VINCENT. Actual Africa or the Coming Continent. New York: Appleton, 1895. 8° (227 x 148mm). Portrait frontispiece, numerous plates, one folding coloured map. Original red cloth, blocked in black and gilt, top edge gilt. Cf. Mendelssohn II, p. 570 (London edition).
AUREL SCHULZ and AUGUST HAMMAR. The New Africa: A journey up the Chobe and the Okovanga rivers. London: William Heinemann, 1897. 8° (224 x 140mm). Portrait frontispiece, 4 tinted plates, one folding map, illustrations. Original cloth, blocked in black and gold (spine faded). FIRST EDITION with manuscript note 'presented by the publisher,' and Stanley's Furze Hill bookplate. Mendelssohn II, p. 288; and 18 other works in 23 volumes, including: V.L. Cameron Across Africa (London, 1885), H. von Wissmann My Second Journey through Equitorial Africa (London, 1891), W.A. Chanler Through Jungle and Desert (London, 1896), W.W.A. Fitzgerald Travels in the Coastlands of British East Africa (London, 1898), J.P. Fitzpatrick The Traansvaal from Within (London, 1899), and T.M. THOMAS Eleven Years in Central South Africa ... third edition (London, n.d.), all in original cloth. (27)