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The Victor Book of the Symphony

by O'Connell, Charles

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New York: Simon & Schuster, 1934. First edition w matching copyright & title page dates. Hardcover, no DJ. Good+. Green & black cloth boards rubbed, heavy edgewear, gilt spine lettering dulled, corners frayed, spine tips worn, hinges loose, hinge cracked at copyright page, pages toned, text clean. Photo illustrations. PLEASE NOTE: We are happy to provide photos. Please contact us for any specific requests. BUYING AND SELLING USED AND RARE BOOKS FROM HISTORIC EAST NASHVILLE SINCE 2012.

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