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Old South African Bank Notes in the Other South African Bank Notes category was listed for on 23 Sep at by Grenhilda in Newcastle Africa Quotes, Bar Pics, Art Of Manliness, My Childhood Memories, My Land, African History, 1, South Afrika, South Africa

Old South African Bank Notes | bidorbuy.co.za

Buy Old South African Bank Notes for R175.00

South African Coat of Arms 1932 - 2000 Union Of South Africa, South African Flag, African Tattoo, Tartan, Out Of Africa, Coat Of Arms, My Land, African History, Childhood Memories

South African Coat of Arms 1932 - 2000

New Armorial Bearings and supporters were granted to the Union of South Africa by Royal Warrant in 1910. These Arms were later changed to improve their "artistic" quality and a new design was approved by the London College of Arms in 1930. An "embellished" version was approved on 21 September 1932 and came into use during 1933. It is this version which was subsequently registered at the South African Bureau of Heraldry on 13 May 1968 with the following blazon: ARMS: Quarterly per fess wavy…

Photo taken at Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM) in Netherlands on December A380 Aircraft, Boeing 747, Good Ol Times, Luxury Jets, Airline Logo, Air Photo, Commercial Aircraft, Civil Aviation, Aircraft Pictures

Aviation Photo #0734868: Boeing 747SP-44 - South African Airways

Photo taken at Amsterdam - Schiphol (AMS / EHAM) in Netherlands on December 14, 1997.

Not around today, but not long ago it was one of South Africa's favourites. A Lion Lager. Biltong will NEVER go away, though. Zimbabwe Food, Home Bar Designs, Biltong, Beers Of The World, Good Old Times, Out Of Africa, The Old Days, Old Ads, My Childhood Memories

Not around today, but not long ago it was one of South Africa's favourites. A Lion Lager. Biltong will NEVER go away, though.

Union and Apartheid-era South African money featuring Jan van Riebeck. He is no longer featured on South African money, which MIGHT have something to do with the fact that he begged the Dutch East India Company to let him enslave the natives. Cape Colony, Dutch East Indies, History Online, Kwazulu Natal, Old Money, Old Coins, My Land, African History, Coin Collecting

Jan van Riebeeck, the first Dutch governor of the Cape Colony, dies | South African History Online

Johan Anthonisz “Jan” van Riebeeck died in 1677 at the age of 57 in Batavia, now Jakarta, Indonesia, in the former Dutch East Indies. He landed at the Cape in April 1652 to establish a refreshment station for ships travelling to the East on behalf of the Dutch East India Company. Van Riebeek landed in three ships, with 82 men and 8 women, including his wife Maria de la Quellerie.