Very Good/Very Good. 8vo-7¾"-9¾ Unmarked Light Shelfwear Copyright 1959 Esquire, Inc. Publisher's yellow boards with titles stamped on spine. Boards clean, minor shelfwear only. Binding sound. Minor staining at top edge of text block; interior bright and clean. DJ not clipped (no price) toned with edges gently rubbed, minor chipping and a few small closed tears. DJ spine sunned with minor staining.
Good. No dust jacket. vii, 320 p. 24 cm. THIS IS A SIGNED COPY. Hard Cover. No dust jacket. First Ed. 8vo, over 6" X 9 1/4".320pp. Signed by Author on ffep. Gilt on spine is very faded. Red cloth covers with slight wear. Sewn binding is tight and straight. 320pp, including index to restaurants and recipes. There are 700 great masterpieces of food and liquid together with a connoisseur expert's wise amusing advice and instruction in preparation and service.
1959 FIRST EDITION, SIGNED BY AUTHOR CHARLES H. BAKER, Good condition hardcover, slipcase is solid in nice condition with some general reading wear, interior hardcover is in great shape with unmarked pages/nice interior-a solid copy overall! We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
This book is a perfect time-bubble: A cooking book with recipes from around Europe, collected by an American who went about the thing with American enthusiasm and WASP thouroughness, Many places described & dishes tasted that have vanished by now.
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