Golden Age

R 150.00  

Subtitle: The Story of The Industrialization of South Africa and the Part Played in it by The Corner House Group of Companies 1910 - 1967
Author: A. P. Cartwright
Publisher: Purnell & Sons (1968)
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good. Dust jacket rubbed with a few light stains and some chipping, creasing and tears along the edges. Slight edgewear to the boards. POS to the FFEP. Else an internally clean, bright and well bound copy.
Binding: Hardcover with Dust Jacket
Pages: 363
Dimensions: 24.4 x 16 x 3.6 cm
Weight: 1.1 kg

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Golden Age is the sequel to The Corner House, first published in 1965. It continues the story of two world-renowned companies, Rand Mines and The Central Mining & Investment Corporation. These companies established a group of mines which, at their peak, produced more than half the total annual gold output of the Transvaal.

More than 100 illustrations help to make Golden Age a valuable addition to the literature about the history of gold mining and of Johannesburg.



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