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The Diamond King and the Mylchreests of Peel

£55.00

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This is an author signed copy. Joseph Mylchreest, one of ten children, left the Isle of Man to seek his fame and fortune abroad. After many adventures he landed in South Africa, to work in the diamond-rich fields of Kimberley. Hard work and determination to succeed, combines with astute business management, made Joe Mylchreest one of the richest independent mine owners in the 1880's. Upon the salle of his business interests to Cecil Rhodes "Diamond Joe" returned to the Island, where he became deeply concerned with all facets of Peel life, political commercial and domestic. The Mylchreest family's involvement in commercial sailing of the period is also chronicled in this full and interesting story.

Item details

Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0952112639
ISBN-13:
9780952112631
Publisher:
Amulree

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About this item

This is an author signed copy. Joseph Mylchreest, one of ten children, left the Isle of Man to seek his fame and fortune abroad. After many adventures he landed in South Africa, to work in the diamond-rich fields of Kimberley. Hard work and determination to succeed, combines with astute business management, made Joe Mylchreest one of the richest independent mine owners in the 1880's. Upon the salle of his business interests to Cecil Rhodes "Diamond Joe" returned to the Island, where he became deeply concerned with all facets of Peel life, political commercial and domestic. The Mylchreest family's involvement in commercial sailing of the period is also chronicled in this full and interesting story.

Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0952112639
ISBN-13:
9780952112631
Publisher:
Amulree

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