Near Fine in Very Good jacket. 8vo. Gilt lettered grey cloth in pictorial dust jacket. Illustrated with photographs. Dust jacket spine with light fade and a few short tears, otherwise a near fine copy of a significant hockey book by the Soviet national coach.
Very Good. No Jacket. First printing. X, 173 pp., photos, 8vo, hardcover. Text is Fine: appears unread with no owner's name, no wear to cloth. Only flaw is small tanned area to second blank endpaper. A superb copy, but lacking the dustjacket.
Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. First printing. X, 173 pp., photos, 8vo, hardcover. Text is Fine: appears unread with no owner's name, no wear to cloth. Dustjacket is not price-clipped, very lightly worn with one edge-tear about 1.5" to rear panel. Also dustjacket has usual fading to the spine area, but still legible. "Complimentary Copy" with publisher's slip laid in. A superb copy of this scarce book.
As new in good jacket. x, 173 p. 24 p. 14 b&w diagrams and 12 b&w photos. Grey cloth hardcover. In mylar-covered pictorial dustjacket. Some small tears, creases, and light wear to jacket, mainly to top edge. Spine and upper front edge of jacket sunned. Dustjacket title reads: "Russian Hockey Coach Tarasov Tells How To Win The Olympics." Topics include: the main weapon of Soviet hockey; secrets of a Soviet coach; outwit rather than outskate; psychology; stamina; tourament in Ljubljana; Stockholm; etc.
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