Very Good Condition. 128 pages. Boards are square, flat and clean. Tight binding. Endpages slightly foxed. Top edge of text block slightly foxed. Interior is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Sports & Pastimes; More pictures upon request. Inventory No: 53045.
Very Good. 8vo, 128 pp, illustrated throughout with colour photos, many full-page, illustrated surfing glossary, tinted end-papers. Comb binding with illustrated boards. Printed on thick paper. No writing or marks on the pages for notes at the end of the book. The story of surfing from its beginnings in Hawaii, and covering waves, surfboards, catching a wave, and competition. Written by the Hawaiian surfer who travelled with Duke Kahanamoku, the father of modern day surfing, on Goodwill Tours for the State of Hawaii. Fred Hemmings was 1968 world surfing champion and founded the world pro tour of surfing.
Near Fine. 8vo. 128pp, num col ills. Original pictorial boards in comb binding. Very light toning to first and last pages, slight creasing at binding holes on some pages. A look at the history and practice of surfing from its beginnings in Hawaii, discussing waves, surfboards, catching waves, competition and with an illustrated glossary.
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