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The Special Kinesiology of Educational Gymnastics

by Posse, Baron Nils:


Boston.Lee & Shepard.1903 Third edition.With a portrait frontispiece,267 illustrations & a folding analytic chart in back pocket.pp vii 380.Hard cover,original blue cloth gilt. Slight crease mark to front cover & slight weat to spine ends & corners. The contents clean & sound.Size is 4to.9 x 7 inches & weighs 1137g.

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