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The Ballet Annual: A Record and Year Book of the Ballet. First Issue by  Arnold L. [Edited by] Haskell - First Edition - 1947 - from Little Stour Books PBFA and Biblio.com

The Ballet Annual: A Record and Year Book of the Ballet. First Issue

by Haskell, Arnold L. [Edited by]

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Published by Adam & Charles Black, Ltd. 4, 5 & 6 Soho Square, London First Edition 1947. 1947., 1947. First edition hard back publisher's original cream cloth covers, russet stamping to spine and upper panel. 4to 10" x 8" 164 pp. Four colour plates, four monochrome plates, decorations in the text by Daryl Lindsay, William Campbell, and Edward W. Robertson. Eighty-one monochrome photographic illustrations on glossy paper. Former date to front end paper. Fine in Nr. Fine Honor Frost designed dust wrapper with shallow closed nick to spine tip, not price clipped. Dust wrapper protected. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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