Reprint; Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; Thin bright red fabric spine with gilded text. Boards have general shelf wear, apart from that, clean, binding strong, corners sharp; Textblock has a personal inscription by previous owner on front paste down, otherwise, clean, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 84. Rockville.
William Barss. Very Good in Near Very Good jacket. Unmarked Clean and Solid. 8vo-7¾"-9¾" A master of the intoxicating phrase; the cultural importance of hard liquor; cocktail hour. Dust jacket clean and bright with a couple small pieces and cuts along edges; price on flap $2.00 and dj now in protective mylar jacket.
84p., sketch illustrations, hardbound first edition in red and gray fabric over boards in damaged dust jacket. Casing mildly rolled, lower edge rather shelfworn, text edges a little foxed, clean within but slightly musty; dj is very edgeworn with a two-inch chip out of the tail. A good reading copy.
Illustr by William Barss, 8 x 5.25, two tone cloth, 84 pp, covers lightly rubbed, spine ends bumped, hinges loose else a nice, clean copy in an extremity-worn dust jacket with snag on rear panel. Joys of drinking by the great historian.
8vo. , 84 pp. Numerous text illustrations. Half-red cloth over gray, gilt decoration & lettering (minor shelfwear at lower fore-edge, slight rubbing), w/ d.j. (minor shelfwear, 1 very small closed tear), VG/VG copy. First edition of the author writing of the importance of hard liquor and the cocktail hour.
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