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The Teaching of Archery. by  Dave and Cia Craft - Paperback - 1936. - from The Good Times Bookshop and Biblio.co.uk

The Teaching of Archery.

by Craft, Dave and Cia

Condition: Owner's name neatly written in ink on front cover, light foxing on front endpaper and back cover. Stains and wear on page ed


S: A, 1936.. Owner's name neatly written in ink on front cover, light foxing on front endpaper and back cover. Stains and wear on page edges, binding lightly edge worn. Internally a clean, tight copy.. Yellow paperback binding, 8vo. 82 pages, illustrated with 16 black and white photos.
  • Bookseller: The Good Times Bookshop US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 14091
  • Title: The Teaching of Archery.
  • Author: Craft, Dave and Cia
  • Book condition: Used - Owner's name neatly written in ink on front cover, light foxing on front endpaper and back cover. Stains and wear on page ed
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: A
  • Place: S
  • Date published: 1936.
  • Keywords: Archery


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