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The Diamond Mines of South Africa by  Gardner F Williams - First Edition - 1902-01-01 - from SequiturBooks and

The Diamond Mines of South Africa

by Williams, Gardner F

Condition: Acceptable

Macmillan, 1902-01-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Acceptable. 1st ed. Bound in full cloth. Spine discolored. Internally generally good, but with institutional stamps from the Peabody Institute; and dampstaining to some parts. Lettered tissue guards. Full-page and text illustrations, maps (double page and in text). 28 photographic plates. "The author of this historical and practical account of the diamond industry, and especially of the South African diamond mines, was for many years the general manager of the De Beers Consolidated Mines, a gigantic undertaking founded by the late Cecil John Rhodes. The volume contains a full description of the mines with the fullest details respecting their working. The volume is elaborated illustrated, and many of the engravings reproduce ancient maps and charts and photographs of the greatest interest and rarity in connection with the diamond fields" - Mendelssohn pp. 614-615. Sinkankas 7233


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