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ALLEN, MISS [Mrs. A. Macaire]: Breakfast Dishes for Every Morning of Three Months. Twenty-third edition.

Item No. 17396

London: Crosby Lockwood, 1907. Small 8vo (6 3/4 x 4 1/4 inches), 94-pages. Original cloth-backed printed boards; very good. Stewed Duck's Giblets for anyone?

£21.00

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ANON: The Compleat Cook. Expertly prescribing the most ready ways, whether Italian, Spanish, or French for dressing of Flesh and Fish. ordering Sauces or making of Pastry. IMPERFECT

London: for Nath. Brooke at the Angel in Cornhill, 1659. Lacks 13 leaves. 8vo (6 x 3 1/2 inches). Title (A1) & then pages 3(A2) - 23 (A12) and then 49 (C1) to 123 (F2), then the Table - verso of F2 - F5 (the end of the Table, this lacking approx. 1/3rd; this followed by two incomplete leaves of advertisements. Old full calf, boards detached and badly chipped, lacking backstrip, stitching broken, some leaves a little dog-eared, a couple of leaves with contemporary ink doodles.

£320.00

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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.

£28.00

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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.

£16.00

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BEETON, ISABELLA: Mrs. Beeton's Family Cookery with nearly 3,000 Practical Recipes, with 20 plates in colour and nearly 300 illustrations.

Item No. 17601

Item No. 17601

Item No. 17601

London: Ward, Lock, c. 1936, Stout 8vo (8 x 5 1/2 x 3 inches), 896-pages plus illustrated advertisements. Original 2-tone blue cloth, the spine elaborately blocked and lettered in gilt. Some spotting to edge of text block, the odd patch of foxing, else excellent. Printed quote from Mrs. Beeton's son, Sir Mayson Beeton, dated 1936 on front fly.

£20.00

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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.

£25.00

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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.

£30.00

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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.

£40.00

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FERRE, FELIPE: Il Caffe.

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.

£25.00

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FERRE, FELIPE: Il Caffe.

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.

£25.00

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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.

£20.00

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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.

£25.00

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KITCHINER, WILLIAM: The Cook's Oracle; containing Receipts for Plain Cookery .... Broths, Gravies, Soups, Sauces, Store Sauces. Also a Complete System of Cookery for Catholic Families. A New Edition.

London: for Cadell, 1827. 8vo, (8 x 4 3/4 inches), 491-pages. Later 2-tone cloth, uncut. Prelims. tanned.

£65.00

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W.M: [The Queens closet opened : Incomparable secrets in physick, chyrurgery, preserving and candying, &c. which were presented unto the Queen: ....... ] With The Queens Delight or the Art of Preserving........& The Compleat Cook .....

London: for Obadiah Blagrave at the Sign of the black Bear in St. Pauls Churchyard, 1679. Three parts in one volume with individual pagination and continuous signatures. 12mo (5 3/4 x 3 1/4 inches), pages: 190:(8 The Table); 104:(4 The Table): 113: (7 The Table), old calf, boards detached, lacking backstrip, stitching broken. The frontispiece engraved portrait of Queen Henrietta Maria (usually entirely lacking) is present but with much of the margins lacking, dusty and with some loss to upper right of the engraved image. Small piece torn from fore-margin of E6 & T5 with some slight loss, some browning but overall internally good. Lacking the printed title to the first part but with the printed titles for the other two parts, viz: "A Queens Delight or the Art of Prerserving, Conserving, and Candying. As Also, A right Knowledge of making Perfumes, and Distilling the most excellent Waters" & "The Compleat Cook. Expertly prescribing the most ready ways, whether Italian, Spanish, or French for dressing of Flesh and Fish. ordering Sauces or making of Pastry."

In need of re-binding and priced to allow for such.

£725.00

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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.

£35.00

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SENN, CHARLES HERMAN: Recherche Side Dishes for Breakfast, Luncheon, Dinner, and Supper comprising Hors d'oeuvres, Savouries, Salads, & Oriental Dishes.

Item No. 17057

London: John Haddon, 1894. First edition. 8vo (7 1/2 x 5 inches), 214-pages. Original red cloth gilt pictorially blocked in white & black with an image of a chef holdng aloft a cooked fowl. Spine sunned and spotted else good.

£55.00

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SHELLEY, HENRY C: Inns and Taverns of Old London setting forth the Historical and Literary Associations of those ancient Hostelries ... the most notable Coffee Houses, Clubs, and Pleasure Gardens.

London: Isaac Pitman, 1909. First edition. Coloured frontispiece, plates. 8vo (8 x 5 3/4 inches), pages:366 plus Pitman's catalogue. Original tan cloth blocked in gilt and colours. Light tanning to the text, binding browned. Armorial bookplate.

£30.00

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SMITH, ELIZA: The Complete Housewife: or Accomplished Gentlewoman's Companion. Being a Collection of upwards of Seven Hundred of the most approved Receipts in Cookery, Pastries ... Custards ... Syrups ... Brewing. With copper plates, curiously engraven ......

Item No. 17755

Item No. 17755

London: for J. Buckland [& others], 1773. Frontispiece and 4 engraved plates as called for. 8vo (8 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches), pages: (40):400, contemporary full dark tan calf; rubbed, backstrip very chipped. Blank lower fore-corner of one leaf torn away without loss, another leaf torn also without loss. Crack at one inner gutter but firm. Hinges cracked but holding. Generally internally very good. Early name, Mrs Arthur Hobby, and address on recto of frontispiece.

£300.00

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SOYER, ALEXIS: A Shilling Cookery Book for the People: embracing an entirely new system of Plain Cookery. Two Hundred and Seventy-sixth thousand.

London: Routledge, c. 1860's. Portrait of Soyer. 8vo (6 5/8 x 4 1/4 inches), 198-pages. Recently rebound green cloth retaining the large majority of the original decorative paper wrapper.

£55.00

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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.

£50.00

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