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    Modern Kung-Fu Karate: Iron Poison Hand Training - Book I, Part "A" & Book I, Part "B" by James Yimm Lee (J.Y. Lee) From the Collection of Bob Baker (1957-1962). Vintage original (2) martial arts instructional books written by Bruce Lee's mentor and martial arts master, James Yimm Lee. Both in soft cover. The inside cover of the green Book I, Part "A" features a promotional black and white photographic image of Bruce Lee' book Chinese Gung Fu: The Philosophical Art of Self-Defense. Exhibiting age, handling, and some water staining. Retaining "R. Baker" handwritten on the title page of Part "B". Originally the property of Bruce Lee's student, friend, and confidante Robert "Bob" Baker. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    July, 2021
    16th-18th Friday-Sunday
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