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Vic-Wells: A Ballet Progress by  P. W Manchester - First Edition - 1942 - from Little Stour Books PBFA and Biblio.com

Vic-Wells: A Ballet Progress

by Manchester, P. W

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Published by Victor Gollancz Ltd., 14 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London First Edition 1942. 1942., 1942. First edition hard back publisher's original light blue finely grained cloth covers, gilt stamping to spine. 8vo 8" x 5¼" 110 pp. Thirty-five monochrome photographic illustrations on glossy paper. Light tanning to page margins. Very Good in Very Good dust wrapper with short closed tear to top of lower panel, light tanning to spine, priced 6/- to spine. Dust wrapper protected. Member of the P.B.F.A.


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