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Footnotes to The Ballet: A Book for Balletomanes by  Caryl Brahms - First Edition - 1936 - from Little Stour Books PBFA and

Footnotes to The Ballet: A Book for Balletomanes

by Brahms, Caryl

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Published by Lovat Dickson Ltd., 38 Bedford Street, London First Edition 1936. London 1936., 1936. First Edition hard back publisher's original light grey cloth covers, faded maroon and black lettering to the spine, harlequin vignette to the upper panel, top edge dyed grey. 8vo 8¾'' x 5¾'' [xx] 268 printed pages of text with monochrome photographic illustrations on semi glossy paper. Spine and edges a little sun faded, contents clean and in Good condition, no dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A.


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