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Techniques in Free Fighting

by Dang, Shin Duk

Condition: Fair +


Los Angeles, CA: Ohara Publications,, 1981. pages clean. binding tight but hinges broke. edge wear with denting and ink chips. corners ink rubbed and dented. top front corner has multiple creases and is pretty damaged. bottom front corner creased slightly. front and back spine edges are worn and ink chipped. . Third Printing. Trade Paperback. Fair +.




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