Food & Drink

ANON: The New Domestic Cookery. By a Lady.

Item No. 13946

London: for Joseph Smith, 1828. 12mo (6 x 3 1/4 inches), pages 143:(1, contents), original printed boards. Title-page stitched in back to front. Lacking one leaf, page 97/98. Lacking backstrip, crudely re-stitched, boards very darkened and rubbed, browning or foxing within, stitching slack, piece of blank margin torn away. Poor but very rare; no copy on Copac.


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BALL, DANIELA U. [Editor]: Coffee in the Context of European Drinking Habits.

Item No. 10121

Zurich: Johann Jacobs Museum, 1991. English and German text. Black & white plates. Large 8vo, pp.247, original cloth in dustwrapper; generally an excellent copy.


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BELLAMY, W.H. (By Permission of J. Williams): Simon the Cellarer.

London: Castell Brothers, n.d. ca. 1890. Three coloured plates and three coloured illustrations. 6-leaves within the original coloured pictorial card wrappers, silk tie bound. Verse. Rare.


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CRAIG, ELIZABETH [Editor]: The Stage Favourites' Cook Book. Four Hundred British, American, and Continental Actresses have contributed to this volume, and every recipe has been edited and tested by Elizabeth Craig.

Item No. 13665

London: Hutchinson, 1923. 4to (10 x 7 1/2 inches), later linen backed marbled boards with burgundy morocco gilt lettering piece. Some foxing and browning to the text; good.


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DALLAS, ENAEAS S: Kettner's Book of the Table. A Manual of Cookery, Practical, Theoretical, Historical.

London: Dulau: 1877. First edition. 8vo (8 x 5 1/2 inches), 500-pages. Original green cloth. Some rubbing and spotting to the binding, headband bruised and snagged, inner joints and some inner gutters cracked but firm. Anon.


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Item No. 10131

Silvana Editoriale, 1988. Italian text. Illustrated in colour and black & white. Folio, pp.256, original cloth in dustwrapper; slight shelf-rubbing to back of dustwrapper and with a very narrow strip of fading to front of dustwrapper along edge of spine (barely noticeable), else in all other respects, an excellent copy.


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Item No. 10130

Silvana Editoriale, 1988. Italian text. Illustrated in colour and black & white. Folio, pp.256, original cloth in dustwrapper; dustwrapper corners rubbed and slight shelf-rubbing to back of dustwrapper, else in all other respects, an excellent copy.


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JOSEPH TETLEY & CO. (publishers): Tetley's Centenary History, 1837 - 1937.

London: Joseph Tetley & Co. 1937. Illustrations. Large 8vo, pp.(24), original green wrappers gilt, with silk ties. Title foxed else good. A history of this tea importer.


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KEEN, ROBINSON & CO. (Publishers): Gossip about London City 1742-1892. Presented in Commemoration of their Third Jubilee by Keen, Robinson & Co.

Item No. 14940

London: Keen, Robinson & Co. 1892. Plates (including reproductions of their advertisements for Keen's Mustard over the years). Small 8vo (7 x 5 1/4 inches), 63-pages. Original green cloth gilt; a very good copy.


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ROBERTS BUTTERMAN & CHEESEMONGER: Engraved billhead for Roberts, Butterman & Cheesemonger to His Majesty. 7 Great Marylebone Street and 6 Vere Street Cavendish Square.

Item No 16518

London: circa 1830. Engraved bill-head, 5 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches, filled out by hand, made out to the Marchioness of [indistinct] & dated October 1832? Indistinct. Marginal browning, central light horizontal fold. Contemporary calculations to the reverse.


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TAKNET, D.K: The Heritage of Indian Tea. The Past, the Present, and the Road Ahead.

Item No. 10111

Jaipur: IIME ( Indian Institute of Marwari Entrepreneurship ), 2002. First edition. Profusely illustrated in colour throughout. 4to, pp.264, original black cloth; headbands slightly bumped but generally a very good copy indeed in like dustwrapper. With a prospectus for the work and a letter from the publisher loosely inserted.


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WARD, EDWARD: A Vade Mecum for Malt=Worms: or, a Guide to Good Fellows. Being a Description of the Manners and Customs of the most Eminent Publick Houses, in and about the Cities of London and Westminster. With a Hint to the Props (or Principal Customers) of each House. In a Method so plain that any Thirsty Person (of the meanest Capacity) may easily find the nearest Way from one House to another. Illustrated with proper Cuts. Dedicated to the Brewers.

Item No. 16267

London: T. Bickersteth circa 1866. Woodcuts throughout. 8vo (9 x 5 3/4 inches), 48-pages, original brown cloth; small ink mark on backstrip, headbands rubbed, overall good. (Anon.).


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