Good. 2nd Revised edition, 1974. Hardcover in dust jacket. Dj has edge wear; fading to spine and around edges. One page with red underline and margin marks; no text obstruction. In archival cover. Tipped in letter written by Robert Fong describing a dinner in honor of the author as he received an award on the 15th anniversary of the National Tai Chi Chuan institute. Secure binding.
Good to very good 1979 hardcover with jacket book is very clean no marks clean text solid binding dj has scuffing and edge wear back cover inside flap has large square cut out of bottom of flap FAST SHIPPING W/ CONFIRMATION. NO PRIORITY OR INTERNATIONAL ORDERS OVER 4LBs.
Very Good. 8.1 x 5.25 with 593 pages. This paperback has "French Flaps": folded flyleafs. Former owner's name on front endpaper. Otherwise interior pages clean & unmarked. Tight binding. Spine is creaseed, spine tips chipped in spots and spine edges very worn. Other edges show wear as do the corners. Covers scuffed in places. There is a fold-out chart showing forms etc. of Tai Chi Chuan which has some tears but there is a second chart, exactly the same, which is loose. Might be a copy.
Very Good in Near Very Good jacket. Third edition, hardcover, slight bow to boards, light bumps to corners, few small spots of stray binder's glue to boards, otherwise solid, a VG copy in a Near VG dustjacket which is worn on the edges, has some rubbing, and a few short closed tears.
Very good. A very nice looking copy of this. Green Apple Books and Music, Publisher Weekly's Bookstore of the Year 2014, has been San Francisco's favorite independent bookseller for more than 40 years! Shipping costs on oversize / international orders will reflect actual shipping charges and may be more than quoted by ABE. We will need to contact you with true shipping costs and ask for authorization before adjusting cost.
Ding to bottom edge, otherwise fine in original leatherette over boards and just about fine dust jacket, with minor wear to the extremities. With a new Introduction by Laura Huxley and a foreword by James C. Ingebretsen. Octavo. 633 pages. Occasionally illustrated with black-and-white reproductions of photographs and drawings.
Very good in good dust jacket, in fresh mylar cover; lite edgewear and fading to jacket, minor softening to board edges, gentle wear to pageblock edges, owner inscription on ffep else a tight square unmarked copy in price-clipped dust jacket.
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