Page 6       DRINKS,  WINE,  tea  &  coffee,  DIVERSIONS

 

 

Joanne Hendricks, Cookbooks

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COCKTAIL BOOKS:

 

Patrick Gavin Duffy. THE OFFICIAL MIXER’S MANUAL FOR HOME AND PROFESSIONAL. 1940. $75.

Ross Wilson. SCOTCH MADE EASY.  $65.

Harry Craddock. THE SAVOY COCKTAIL BOOK. 1976. sold

Dexter Mason. THE ART OF DRINKING. OR WHAT TO MAKE WITH WHAT YOU HAVE. 1930. $100.

Jean Lupoiu. COCKTAILS. 1948. $275.

THE A B C OF COCKTAILS. Peter Pauper Press. 1962. $50.

“KAPPA”. BARTENDER’S GUIDE TO THE BEST MIXED DRINKS. Tokyo, 1953. $165.

Charles Schumann. AMERICAN BAR. NY, 1995. sold

Marcel Pace. NOS MEILLEURES BOISSONS. SELECTED DRINKS. Paris, 1970. $65.

“Jimmy” late of Ciro’s. COCKTAILS. Philadelphia. sold

Dauven. LE LIVRE DES COCKTAILS. 1976.

Duffy. THE OFFICIAL MIXER’S MANUAL. NY, 1956. $50.

Duffy. THE OFFICIAL MIXER’S MANUAL. NY, 1983. $90.

Ted Saucier. BOTTOMS UP. 1962. $95.

DeGouy. THE COCKTAIL HOUR. 1951. $100.

Lucius Beebe. THE STORK CLUB BAR BOOK. 1946. $325.

THE HOLIDAY DRINK BOOK. NY: Peter Pauper Press, 1951.$45.

Rupert Croft-Cooke. PORT. London: Putnam, 1957. 17 Chapters covering A Part of English Life to The Bottle Goes Round. History, types of Port and an extra chapter on port-cooking, charts on vintage years. In a bright jacket, almost new. $60.

 

H. Warner Allen. SHERRY AND PORT. London: Constable, 1952. 215 pages of good histories. In vg/vg. $40.

 

William Todd. PORT HOW TO BUY, SERVE,STORE & DRINK IT. London: Jonathan Cape, 1926. The little bible, in excellent condition, in a dust jacket. illustrated with black and white photographs.SOLD

 

Hector Bolitho. THE WINE OF THE DOURO. London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1956. 4to.23pp + a separate section of 18 black and white plates. A smattering bit of history but a beautiful book presentation of this wine.“The heat of the day still came in from the garden and we wore our coolest clothes, but we stood about the fireplace, in true English fashion, to drink our aperitifs- dry white port, with ice and the thin outer rind of green tangerines; a delicious surprise.”a lovely copy. maroon cloth covered boards, gray dust jacket with maroon color typeface. $95.

J. Marshall Robb, B.Sc. SCOTCH WHISKY A GUIDE. London: W. & R. Chambers, Ltd., n.d.ca. 1950. A brief history, with many illustrations and references. A small take-a-way. Hardcover with d.j. 80 pages. sold

THE BREWER: A FAMILIAR TREATISE ON THE ART OF BREWING, WITH SPECIAL DIRECTIONS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF THE PALE ALE & BITTER BEER, AND THE USE OF SUGAR BY BREWERS. London: William Loftus, 1867. Covering General Principles, Materials Used, Fermentation, Management of Beer in Casks, Small Brewing with Limited Conveniences, Bottling. 173 pages, some illustrations additionally there are 22 pages of advertising with more illustrations of brewing instruments. Restored end pages. $150.

 

Neil Gunn. WHISKY AND SCOTLAND. A PRACTICAL AND SPIRITUAL SURVEY. London: George Routledge, 1935.  The first edition, with a dust jacket.  Part One , UISGEBEATHA; Part Two, The Spirit; Part Three, The Whisky. The tradition, the Highlands and the Lowlands and above all nationalism. Part of The Voice of Scotland series. $225.

 

THE HOLIDAY DRINK BOOK. NY: Peter Pauper Press, 1951. Pictures by Vee Guthrie. 3 color design throughout. A book of cocktails and apertifs. Very Clean and bright. A small nick on the front box. $45.

Bernard DeVoto. THE HOUR. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1951. 8vo. 84pp. first serialized in Harper’s Magazine in 1948, consolidated in 1951. A slim book with a wonderfully designed jacket. DeVoto - historian, critic, novelist, Pulitzer Prize winner and former editor of The Saturday Review of Literature. This copy, inscribed by DeVoto. highly collectible. unclipped jacket with small chips, book in excellent condition. $325.

- another copy. Unsigned.  $125.

 

George Sainsbury. NOTES ON A CELLAR-BOOK.  London: Macmillan and Co., 1920. First, with a dust jacket. 13 chapters with a conclusio ad diversos (menus), with  Postscripts, last minute thoughts also chapters covering Origins, Sherry, Port, Hock, Moselles, Beer and Cider,  &c. $400.

 

-another copy. 1933. reissue.preface by Owen Wister. d.j. $95.

-another copy. 1963.reissue. preface by Andrew Graham.  $50.

Trinc !

 

from Havana, Cuba. Unframed advertisement for EUROPA cafe ca. 1927.a restaurant famous for the aromatic coffee and wine, sweet confections and chocolates. mucilage on the verso that bled through, thin paper. unframed. telephones came early to Havana.17 x 10 3/4". $250.

Joseph Goold. RECEIPTS & INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PREPARATION OF ARTIFICIAL AERATED WATERS. London: Barrett, Sons, 1876. fore and aft manufacturer’s advertising—Mineral Water Trade Review, Wilcock’s Soda Water Machines & Codd’s Globe- Stoppered Soda Water Bottles. Vade-mecum for the soda fountain machinery, with recipes for ‘tinctures’ for the fountains. 1 copy in WorldCat. 69 pages. Blind stamped blue cloth boards, with stains, bumped corners, gilt title. Scarce. $700.

S. Weir Mitchell. A MADEIRA PARTY. New York: The Century Company, 1900, c.1895. 165 pages. 7 x 13cm. Tooled calf, front & back covers and the spine, gilt edges.a gift inscription dated 1901. advice on Madeira and Burgundy in narrative prose. Collectible for the collector. $150.

MANUAL DO DISTILLADOR E LICORISTA OU MODO FACIL PARA PREPARAR COM TODA A PERFEIÇÂO DIFFERENTES VINHOES, etc. Lisboa: Joaquim Jose Bordalo, 1891. A vademecum 286 pages, paper wraps with an opaque tissue paper jacket, book seller stamp of Elizabeth Woodburn, Booknoll Farm, Hopewell, New Jersey- antiquarian dealer of books on horticulture and wine. A sound binding but a fragile publication. $165.

 

Emma Tudor. OCTOBER DAWN. Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1926. An as new copy with paper advertising insert, A short and practical treatise on the making of home wines from the native grapes of New England, to benefit The Free Hospital for Women in Brookline. $200.

 

Patrick Forbes. CHAMPAGNE. THE WINE, THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE. London: Gollancz, 1982. 5th impression. 492pp. profiles of the great makers, history of the vine, making the wine, consuming. and a bibliography. illustrated mostly with photographs some line drawings. in a very good dust jacket and a very good clean copy. $45.

 

 

 

5 beautiful tulip shaped

 

Bristol green glass, rough pontil

 

12.4 cm h, 6.4 cm at rim

 

lead glass  early 19th century  

 

$400.

 

LE LIVRE ET LE VIN DANS LE CADRE DE L’ART ANCIEN. Sion (Switzerland), 1954. An exhibition catalog of wine books, incunables, to the 20th century. Brief descriptions and full page illustrations. Bound with other exhibitions of ancient art, tapestries and sculpture. Many advertisements from wine merchants. $50.

 

Hugh Johnson.WINE. London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, ltd. 1966. comprehensive -from aperitifs to after dinner wines. a very good dust jacket, over a fine copy. $40.

 

T.A. Layton. COGNAC AND OTHER BRANDIES. London: Harper Trade Journals Limited, 1968. first edition 1968.illustrated with black and white photographs and a very good readable book. Ancient Stills, Cognac and the Rise of Spirit Drinking, The Modern Making of Cognac, Serving, Cooking with Cognac, The Making and Maturing of Armagnac, A Trip in the Calvados Country. both jacket and book are in VG condition. $50.

 

Ian Maxwell Campbell. WAYWARD TENDRILS OF THE VINE. London: Chapman & Hall, 1948. memories, remarkable reading and lots of fun. Off to Jerez, Bordeaux Bureaux, Heavy Clarets and Light, Of ’64 Lafite, 1899 and 1900 Clarets, Cheval Blanc and its Corks- A sampling of the first 5 Chapters. 18 Chapters in all, 210pp. a very nice clean copy with a dust jacket. $60.

 

C.W. Shepherd. WINES, SPIRITS AND LIQUEURS. New York: Abelard-Schuman Limited, 1959. 8vo. 160pp. a guide and a history of what to drink, covering Sherry, Port, The Burgundy Family, Wines from Italy, Rum, Gin, Brandy and other liqueurs, with some black and white photographs with titles such as, A 12th century wine press at Clos de Vougeot, Burgundy, New Madeira wine being poured from a goat skin, The Hospice de Beaune, The grape harvest in Eastern Switzerland, Pot-stills in a Cognac distillery, others. Dustjacketed. $35.

 

Ernest Peixotto. A BACCHIC PILGRIMAGE. New York · London: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1932. 12mo. 201pp. discourses on the gentle art of drinking wine to travel in the countryside to the chateaux. a lovely copy with a charming dust jacket illustrated by Peixotto and Staats Cotsworth. lightly darkened spine with 2 small chips to the jacket. illustrated inside covers of wine labels. $75.

 

Bill Manville, David Attie and Alexey Brodovitch. SALOON SOCIETY. NY: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1960. 8o. wine, women, song and experimental photography in Greenwich Village. a diary and reflection of sorts. signed by the photographer Attie. $200.

 

Basil Woon. THE BIG LITTLE WINES OF FRANCE. INCLUDING THE LANGUAGE OF FRENCH WINE. London: Wine and Spirits Publications, 1972.  Rouergue, Roussillon, Midi, Auvergne, Perigord, etc. with a section on how to pronounce the name of the wine. Pas mal. $22.

 

Alec Waugh. IN PRAISE OF WINE. London: Cassell, 1959. A lifetime’s of reflections on the most delightful of pursuits. Dj and book in VG/VG.  $45.

 

T.A. Layton. CHOOSE YOUR WINE. London: Gerald Duckworth & Co., 1949.  Essays by the author, Noah to Now, Cocktails and Aperitifs, Alsace,  White Burgundy, Port, etc. 188 pages.  Jacket and book in VG. $60.

 

Sarah Bradford. THE ENGLISHMAN’S WINE. THE STORY OF PORT.  London: MacMillan and Co., 1969. DJ and book in VG. A history, illustrated and added interesting news clippings. $40.

 

 

Hilaire Belloc. ADVICE. London: The Harville Press, 1960. One of the nicest wedding presents, I think, Miss Bridget Herbert could have received, though the original ADVICE, and I'm sure, came with a thoughtfully chosen selection of wine, dated November 1935. An introduction by Evelyn Waugh, all, sound advice. End pages with some foxing. All the copies I ever had, all had a slight bow- the jacket, in a protective sleeve, has the woodcut design with its own blog page. $95.

 

H. Warner Allen. THE WINES OF PORTUGAL. NY: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1963. 192 pages + 2 of maps. illustrated with color photographs, histories of port, madeira, setubal, colares and bucelas. bibliography. vg/fine. $50.

 

(John Lewis) WINE LIST DECORATIONS. Bristol: John Harvey and Sons Ltd., n.d. mid 1960's. illustrations from the Harvey wine lists 1961-1963. illustrations by David Gentleman, Asgeir Scott, Edward Ardizzone and Shelia Waters. and a lovely design of a book. signatures are different muted colors, magenta end papers, orang-y -red cloth covered boards, yellow jacket with red print. a good, tight copy, some odd shadows in the Asgeir Scott section. $60.

John Davies. THE INNKEEPER AND BUTLER'S GUIDE, OR A DIRECTORY IN THE MAKING AND MANAGING OF BRITISH WINES; TOGETHER WITH DIRECTIONS FOR THE MANAGING, COLOURING AND FLAVOURING OF FOREIGN WINES AND SPIRITS, AND FOR MAKING BRITISH COMPOUNDS, PEPPERMINT, ANNISEED, SHRUB, ETC. & ETC. Leeds: George Wilson, 1806. second edition. 200 Pages. Paper boards. Crisp, clean, repaired front hinge, 1/2” upper spine cover missing. Index for English Wines; Foreign Wines; Cyder and Perry; Malt Liquor; Vinegar; Brandy; Rum; Holland Geneva; British Compounds. recommendations and advice, recipes. Previous owners signature and place of ownership. SCROLL DOWN A BIT ON THE PAGE TO FIND VISUAL LINKS TO FOUNTAIN COTTAGES.

Fountain Cottages, Marine Town, in Sheerness, Kent. $425.

H. L. Mencken. CHRISTMAS STORY. NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1946. 1st ed. Unclipped jacket price of $1.00. Mencken spins a yarn about selling your soul for a meal-- at Christmas time. 31 pages of story with expressive drawings by Bill Crawford. Small 12 mo. 6 3/4” x 5 3/4” with a dust jacket. $30.

Pierre Lacour. THE MANUFACTURE OF LIQUORS, WINES, AND CORDIALS, WITHOUT THE AID OF DISTILLATION. ALSO THE MANUFACTURE OF EFFERVESCING BEVERAGES AND SYRUPS, VINEGAR, AND BITTERS. NY: Dick & Fitzgerald, Publ., 1853. a tight copy, relatively clean, blind stamped cloth covers, 312 pages + publisher's advertising. analyzing the ingredients to get to the final product. a very unusual vade medcum. $300.

 

A Practical Manufacturer. THE BORDEAUX WINE AND LIQUOR DEALERS' GUIDE. A TREATISE ON THE MANUFACTURE AND ADULTERATIONS OF LIQUORS. NY: Dick and Fitzgerald, Publ., 1858. c. 1857 Mabie & Co. How to make beer out of peas, Page 106; whiskey out of spirits, page 19, champagne out of cider, page 57. many other interesting formulae and recipes as well as directions for distilling. A very good copy with the gilt titling bright. $150.

Austin de Croze. COMMENT BOIRE NOS BONS VINS DE FRANCE. Paris: Felix Potin, 1934. 8 ¾ x 11”. 24 pages. Some yellowing. With a cellophane cover over stiff wraps. A wine list as well as pairing suggestions. With a separate cream colored outer cover, and an unused postcard. 3 full paged color illustrations and some charming ink line drawings. in French of course. $165.

 

A. Riant. LE CAFE, LE CHOCOLAT, LE THE. Paris: Librairie Hachette et Cie, 1880. troisieme edition. Where it all comes from, illustrated with engravings, paper covers, 160pp. Bitting 395, Vicaire 743. $150.

Maurice des Ombiaux. LE VIN. Paris: La Nouvelle Societe d’Edition. 1928. a small dissertation on wine and vintages and food. in French. 12mo. the popular edition, flexible covers with decorative designs. uncut pages. $25.

Piero Accolti. VIAGGIO ATTRAVERSO I VINI DI FRANCIA. Rome: Edi Europa, 1967. c1960. in Italian, covering the major wines of France, illustrated with original labels tipped in n folding pages. a near fine copy. $150.

Patrick Forbes. CHAMPAGNE. THE WINE, THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE. London: Gollancz, 1982. 5th impression. 492pp. profiles of the great makers, history of the vine, making the wine, consuming. and a bibliography. illustrated mostly with photographs some line drawings. in a very good dust jacket and a very good clean copy. $45.

 

Hilde Deweer and Jack Van Damme. ALL BELGIAN BEERS. LES BIERES BELGES. ALLE BELGISCHE BIEREN. a codex, 1568 pages, illustrated with color photos, and statistics of production. Alphabetically listed and colour coded. $65.

TEA COFFEE BEVERAGES

Arthur Gray. THE LITTLE TEA BOOK. NY: Baker & Taylor, 1903. 100 pages. A bright, bright copy with the incredibally scarce woven slipcase-- that is fragile condition. A collection of tea histories. Text in wide margins, frontis and tissue guard, title page in red and black. A little vanity on the subject of tea. $300.

 

Arthur Reade. TEA AND TEA DRINKING. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1884. 154 pages + ix.  8 Chapters covering cultivation; use as a stimulant; how to make it; as a source of revenue. Illustrated. Advertising for purveyors and a very nice full page ad for ladies foundations. Small in size 7 1/8”h, wraps, repaired spine. A rather good intact copy, with all the pages. $ 95.

 

Riant. LE CAFE, LE CHOCOLAT, LE THE. Paris: Librairie Hachette et Cie, 1880. troisieme edition. A small history, engraved illustrations, paper covers, 160pp. Bitting 395, Vicaire 743. $150.

Agnes Repplier. TO THINK OF TEA. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1932. 13 chapters of histories & observations of the culture of tea. 208 cream colored pages, with chapter heading design details, an exceptionally clean copy in a bright dust jacket. $75.

 

Perilla Kinchin. TAKING TEA WITH MACKINTOSH. THE STORY OF MISS CRANSTON’S TEA ROOMS. San Francisco: Pomegranate, 1998. Illustrated with drawings and furniture. Cranston was the business woman and Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the architect.   $30.

 

Peter Wentworth-Shields and Kay Johnson. CLARISSE CLIFF. London: L’Odeon, 1981. A history and illustrations of her designs and pottery marks. $30.

F.W. Fairholt. F.S.A. TOBACCO: ITS HISTORY & ASSOCIATIONS. INCLUDING AN ACCOUNT OF THE PLANT AND IT’S MANUFACTURE; WITH ITS MODES OF USE IN ALL AGES AND COUNTRIES. London: Chatto and Windus, 1876. 12mo. 332+32 pages of advertising. covering the taxonomy, tobacco in America and Europe and its Literary Associations, Pipes, Cigars, Snuff and Snuff Boxes and the Culture, Manufacture and Consumption.hinges cracking holding tightly, hand colored frontis with tissue guard, with illustrations through out. red cloth-7 water spots on cover-with decorative gilt designs. $125.

 

Compton Mackenzie. SUBLIME TOBACCO. London: Chatto and Windus, 1957. 8vo. 352pp. a life in smoke. An autobiography of the author who was a prolific writer and smoker. with a dust jacket. $50.

 

TOBACCO TALK AND SMOKERS’ GOSSIP. London: George Redway, 1897. 16mo. 148 + 16pp advertising. red cloth. an amusing miscellany of fact and anecdote relating to the “great plant” in all its forms and Uses including a selection from Nicotian Literature. deckled edges and green colored print. $85.

 

TABAGO. A PICTURE BOOK OF TOBACCO AND THE PLEASURES OF SMOKING. Munich, 1960. Strikingly interesting book graphics—fold out panoramic pages, black and white photography, use of historical documents, big & bold graphics, tobacco paraphernalia, No credits given for designs and lay out. Published on the anniversary of the Reemtsma Tobacco Company of Hamburg. $95.

 

John Bains jr. TOBACCO LEAVES.    Boston: H.M. Caldwell Co., 1903. 16mo. 192pp. colored 2 page frontis and title page. another anthology of history and literature. deckled edges with a decorative binding. $65. 


LA PHYSIOLOGIE DU FUMEUR. Paris: Ernest Bourdin, n.d. mid 1800’s.   24mo. vignettes of pictures and stories. paper paper wraps bound on stiff  cards- front and back. signed by the editeur. $125.

 

Mattoon M. Curtis. THE BOOK OF SNUFF AND SNUFF BOXES. NY: Bramhall House, 1935. 149 + unnumbered illustrations. These include boxes in varicolored gold, silver, ivory, and precious woods and stone.  60. 

 

 

 

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