4 edition of Randlords found in the catalog.
First published, London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1985.
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The book focuses especially on people like Rhodes, Barnato, Beit, Fitzpatrick, Abe Bailey and other. Frontispiece photograph of Alfred Beit. Six additional pictures of Randlords, some by Spy of Vanity Fair, and of Central Johannesburg. Pages  Bright blue cloth-covered boards, gilt titles on :// Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and ps://
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About this Item: Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, Paperback. Condition: Good. Good condition, slight tanning to page margins. This book is in stock now, in our UK premises. Photos of most of our books are available - please ask, as dustjacket and cover illustrations vary, and unless the accompanying image is marked 'Bookseller Image', it is an Abebooks Stock Image, NOT our :// JOHANNESBURG, largest city in the Republic of *South Africa ; center of the world's most important gold producing city was founded in , when gold was discovered on the Witwatersrand. The first Jewish inhabitants came mainly from Britain and Central Europe, but they were soon followed by immigrants from Eastern Europe, chiefly Lithuania, who later formed the bulk of the city's
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It is a glamorous book filled with splendid full coloured illustrations of the art assembled by just seven Randlords in five collections. The book aspirations-randlords-south-africa-and-their-collections.
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Randlords is located on the 22nd floor of South Point Towers in Braamfontien with two levels of safe underground parking. They are not open every day or even every weekend but you can take a look at their list of special events to keep up with what’s happening ://This book contains the personal success stories of 15 of South Africa’s great Randlords.
So-called because they were the pioneers; the entrepreneurs who controlled the diamond and gold mining industries in South Africa in its pioneer phase from the s up to World War ://The Randlords is the riveting tale of how an ambitious, eccentric crew of adventurers, magnates, and financiers invaded South Africa at the end of the last century, mined vast fortunes in gold and diamonds, and in the process laid the economic, social, and political foundations, including the apartheid system, that continue to shake this great and complex ://