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Method Structure in Change Ringing

£30.00

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Blue cloth covered book with gilt titles on the front cover and on the spine.  The lower corners of the front and back are bumped.  Internally the book is bright and tightly bound but there are a few markings in blue ink, some figures altered and a bracket added.  The font used is very similar to that found on manual typewriters.  The text contains tables and diagrams.  This book was published in 1965 by The College of Campanology and the author was Albert E C York-Bramble.  On the title page it also states "Compiled from an unpublished original work entitled 'Principles of Method Structure in Campanology' and being  PART 11 of  THE RINGERS' MANUAL OF REFERENCE"

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Rare book
Author(s):
York-Bramble, Albert E C
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8 x 6.5 Ins, 20 x 17 Cms
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
280
Publisher:
The College of Campanology
Title:
Method Structure in Change Ringing

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Blue cloth covered book with gilt titles on the front cover and on the spine.  The lower corners of the front and back are bumped.  Internally the book is bright and tightly bound but there are a few markings in blue ink, some figures altered and a bracket added.  The font used is very similar to that found on manual typewriters.  The text contains tables and diagrams.  This book was published in 1965 by The College of Campanology and the author was Albert E C York-Bramble.  On the title page it also states "Compiled from an unpublished original work entitled 'Principles of Method Structure in Campanology' and being  PART 11 of  THE RINGERS' MANUAL OF REFERENCE"

Added value:
Rare book
Author(s):
York-Bramble, Albert E C
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8 x 6.5 Ins, 20 x 17 Cms
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
280
Publisher:
The College of Campanology
Title:
Method Structure in Change Ringing

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