A System of Figure Skating. Being the Theory and Practice of the Art as Developed in England, with a Glance at Its Origin and History

By: T. Maxwell Witham

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8vo. 7 7/16 x 5 3/16 inches. (xii), 319, [1 blank] pp. 276 text figures, 7 plates (including the frontispiece), tailpiece, index; text clean, un-marked. Sturdily and handsomely bound in quarter tan calf, calf corners, marbled paper over boards, raised bands, dark green spine label, spine decorated and titled in gilt, top edge gilt, marbled end-papers; binding square and tight, some minor shelf wear. Near Fine. Written to support the new vogue in figure skating, the sport included by this date international resorts and artificially frozen skating rinks. This book provides the technical coaching to help the beginning cut a figure on the public stage.

Title: A System of Figure Skating. Being the Theory and Practice of the Art as Developed in England, with a Glance at Its Origin and History

Author Name: T. Maxwell Witham

Categories: Other,

Edition: Fifth Edition

Publisher: London, Horace Cox: 1897

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Collectible: Very Good

Type: Hardcover

Seller ID: YGO122909-1

Keywords: T. Maxwell Witham, A System of Figure Skating, Being the Theory and Practice of the Art as Developed in England, with a Glance at Its Origin and History, Sports, Recreation and Games