20 - 21 October 1999
"Our Heroes of the South Africa War"
Part I, II and IV, each in their original printed folder, Part I containing 16 unbound pages of photogravure illustrations, 15 of which show individual Officers or soldiers (the images 6in. by 4in. or smaller), the sixteenth consisting of seven vignette portraits; Part II (also unbound) contains 14 individual portraits, a group of four Officers entitled, 'THE DEFENDERS OF KIMBERLEY,' and a page of seven vignettes; Part IV (pages stapled), contains 13 individual portraits, a group of two Officers, and two pages each of seven vignettes, all portraits accompanied by brief details of service (3)
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The presentation of these portraits, apart from the small format, is very similar to that of Celebrities of the Army, to which they form a useful supplement.
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