BRIAN A. RUSHGROVE – TEDDY BOY

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BRIAN A. RUSHGROVE – TEDDY BOY

235.00

First edition, published by B&B Publications, 1994.

An Edwardian suit, a flick knife, a ducks arse and a pair of creepers were the instantly recognizable uniform of the infamous Teddy Boy subculture, remembered mostly for their hell raising antics during much of the 1950s, and the profound influence they had on the style of Rockers and later on, Punks. In this low-fi publication, Brian A Rushgrove gives a detailed insight in to the era of the Teddy Boy, with numerous news clippings, anecdotes and the historical context of the movement.

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Condition: Near fine. Slight wear to the cover