Good. No dust jacket. Tight binding-pages lightly tanned-a few spots-red cloth covers on both volumes. 2 v.; 24 cm. Vol. 1. Being an exotic cookery book or, Around the world with knife, fork and spoon--v.2. Being an exotic drinking book or, Around the world with jigger, beaker and flask.
Very good. No dust jacket. Only the very lightest bit of rubbing to extremities. This book has seen very little handling. Interesting marbling to text block edges. 220 p. Includes index. full leather binding With titling "Knife, Fork and Spoon " embossed on spine, top board embossed with globe and ribbon with extended title "Around the World with knife, Fork and Spoon" below which are embossed a knife fork and spoon Somewhat revised text of a title originally published in 1939 by Derrydale Press "The Gentleman's Companion'"as a two volume set. sub-titled: 'Being an Exotic Cookery Book or, Around the World With Knife, Fork and Spoon', the companion volume sub-titled "An Exotic Drinking Book, or Around the World With Jigger, Beaker and Flask. The Derrydale set was a limited, numbered edition in a slip case. Both titles were re-issued in 1946 in embossed leather bindings as separate titles.
Fine. No Dust Jacket. COOKING. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" Tall. (22)220pp. Embossed padded mission leather binding by Bigelow & Brown, with small paper of explanation laid in. Pristine condition in the original lidded box, like a candy box.
This book is a perfect time-bubble: A cooking book with recipes from around the world, collected by somebody whoe still new colonial nations from first hand and tasted many a dish that has died out by now.
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