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Book Description

First edition. Original burgundy boards with titles and decoration of a sabre to the front board. Alfred Hutton FSA (10 March 1839 – 18 December 1910) was a Victorian officer of the King's Dragoon Guards, writer, antiquarian and swordsman. He originated the first English revival of historical fencing, and after retiring from the army, went on to teach stage fencing.
Dealer Notes
Slight fading to the spine. Chipping to the top edge of front board. The front and rear hinges are loose to the boards, and the end papers cracking. Still holding though. Internally in very good condition with a touch of darkening only.
Author HUTTON, Alfred
Date 1889
Binding Hardback
Publisher William Clowes and Sons Limited: London
Condition Very good

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