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Frank Matcham & Co. by  David: Wilmore (ed.) - Hardcover - from Theatreshire Books Ltd (SKU: 9507)

Frank Matcham & Co.

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Frank Matcham & Co.

by Wilmore (ed.), David:

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Dacre:Theatreshire Books, 2008 . polished illus., boards, fine condition, 227pp., illus in colour and black and white, essays by John Earl, Gorel Garlick, Iain Mackintosh, Andrew Saint, Michael Sell & David Wilmore - with an introduction by Alan Bennett


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Frank Matcham & Co.
Wilmore (ed.), David:
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Dacre:Theatreshire Books, 2008
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About Theatreshire Books Ltd

Theatre books and ephemera are our speciality - theatre architecture, programmes, playbills, design, technical theatre, opera, music scores, libretti etc. etc!


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