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126.
Early American Bottles and Flasks.
Stratford, CT: J. Edmund Edwards, 1969. Octavo, 320 pages. Revised edition. Number 768 of 1000 signed copies signed by editor J. Edmund Edwards. Originally published in 1926, this reissue includes introduction by Charles B. Gardner and exclusive revised checklist. "The Bottle Collector's Bible" outlines the history of glass manufacturing in the United States, state-specific glass houses, and histories of bottle types, including ink bottles, snuff bottles and jar, and pickle... (Item #3111)
Price: $50.00
Early American Bottles and Flasks. Stephen Van Rensselaer.
127.
Que'est-de Que le Vin de Porto? Porto 1950.
Porto: Instituto Do Vinho do Porto, 1950. Octavo, 68 pages. Illustrated. Text in French. Second, revised edition. An introduction to Port and to the region for which it is named. Very good in publisher's printed wrappers. With the bookplate of the prolific Danish wine and travel writer, Henning O'Strit. (Item #4576)
Price: $90.00
Que'est-de Que le Vin de Porto? Porto 1950. Carlos Villa-Lobos Machado.
128.
Bonne double bierre.
[París, France: Paulot & Carré, circa 1828]. Wallpaper broadside (45 x 51 cm.), with seven-color woodcut (black, orange, green, blue, white, gray, and brown). Printed on a brown paper coated with a pale blue pigment. The text states, "Bonne double bierre", and the scene depicts four soldiers in uniform being waited on by a woman. She pours a seated soldier a drink while another stands with his hand draped around... (Item #5945)
Price: $2,000.00
Bonne double bierre. Wallpaper advertising broadside - Beer; Paulot & Carré.
129.
Wine in Peace and War. With Decorations by Rex Whistler.
London: Saccone & Speed, [1947]. Octavo, 77 pages. First ordinary edition of this work commissioned by the London vintners Saccone & Speed. An account of the wine merchant's history. Endpapers a bit spotted as usual, otherwise a very good copy in cream pictorial boards. [Gabler 43040]. (Item #1574)
Price: $400.00
Wine in Peace and War. With Decorations by Rex Whistler. Evelyn Waugh.
130.
Diary of a Winetaster. Recent Tastings of French and California Wines.
New York: Quadrangle Books, 1972. Octavo, 228 pages. 1st US edition. The first book of Waugh's books to receive US publication. Include and interesting section on American jug wines. I would have been grateful to have such a thing back when I was in college, but alas price always made the decision. A very good copy in like dust jacket. Inscribed by the author, "To ... ..., best wishes, Harry Waugh." (Item #1856)
Price: $90.00
Diary of a Winetaster. Recent Tastings of French and California Wines. Harry Waugh.
131.
Winetaster's Choice. The Years of Hysteria. Tastings of California, French and German Wines.
New York: Quadrangle Books, 1973. Octavo, 208 pages. First edition. The A followup to 'Diary of Winetaster' which focused on French and California wines.Very good in a like dust jacket. Inscribed by the author, "To .... ...., with best wishes, Harry Waugh." (Item #1855)
Price: $90.00
Winetaster's Choice. The Years of Hysteria. Tastings of California, French and German Wines. Harry Waugh.
132.
Wehman Bros.’ Bartenders’ Guide: How to Mix Drinks; [with] Wehman's Book of Toasts.
New York: Wehman Bros., Park Row, New York, 1912. 24mo, 91, 32 pages. Ads. An early combined edition. Wehman Brothers was a long-running novelty publisher, issuing books for the drugstore rack. They produced an earlier cocktail book in 1891, with slightly different pagination, and with authorship attributed to Henry J. Wehman. This work, slightly shorter, seems largely built on the earlier work, and this printing finds it combined with Wehman... (Item #5265)
Price: $350.00
Wehman Bros.’ Bartenders’ Guide: How to Mix Drinks; [with] Wehman's Book of Toasts. Wehman Bros.
133.
Analizad vosotros mismos Vuestros Vinos, Vuestros Mostos, etc. [...] Metodos Officiales de Analisis con los Instrumentos Enoloficos de Precision de Dujardin, sucr. de Salleron ... [caption title].
[Paris]: Laboratoires Dujardin-Salleron, [circa 1890]. Broadside 37.5 x 28 cm. Contemporary to Louis Pasteur, Jules Salleron established a Parisian company specializing in oenological precision instrumentation, developing an acetimeter followed by his renown ebulliometer (still used today). Joined in the 1880s by Jules Dujardin, the company grew and continues to operate today. This pictorial broadside illustrates their oenological analysis laboratory and promotes their business to a Spanish-speaking clientele. On heavy cream... (Item #3323)
Price: $450.00
Analizad vosotros mismos Vuestros Vinos, Vuestros Mostos, etc. [...] Metodos Officiales de Analisis con los Instrumentos Enoloficos de Precision de Dujardin, sucr. de Salleron ... [caption title]. Wine Analysis Broadside, Laboratoires Dujardin-Salleron.
134.
Vine Products Ltd. Schedule Showing Specimens of a Number of British Sherry Labels with Details of Origin and Dates of Commencement of Usage in the United Kingdom.
1967. Folder bound with ribbon, 9.5" x 13.5". 4 typed pages with table of contents, plus 33 actual labels attached to sheets of paper with thin pins; seven letters from manufacturers and distributors; and one folding chart from the "Trademark Journal." A printed cover label, with details in ink, states, "High Court of Justice Chancery Division, Mr. Justice Cross, The 14th Day of Feb'y, 1967, Vine Products Ltd. v. Mackenzie... (Item #2249)
Price: $1,200.00
Vine Products Ltd. Schedule Showing Specimens of a Number of British Sherry Labels with Details of Origin and Dates of Commencement of Usage in the United Kingdom. Wine Labels.
135.
Lutèce Carte des Vins.
New York: 1962. Folio, unpaginated [ 22 leaves]. Printed rectos only. Hand lettered. An early wine list from the legendary Manhattan restaurant Lutèce (1961-2004). The list opens with an introductory statement to diners from the restaurant’s founder, André Surmain, who thanks the restaurant’s seven suppliers, a rare credit on modern wine lists, and Alexis Lichine, the author of the “Wines of France”. Displaying a fine selection of Bordeaux, Rouges &..... (Item #4330)
Price: $500.00
Lutèce Carte des Vins. Wine List, André Surmain, André Soltner.
136.
Das Weinbuch. Wesen, Cultur und Wirkung des Weines; Statistik und Charakteristik sämmtlicher Weine der Welt. Behandlung der Weine im Keller. Nach Shaw, Denman, Franck, Jullien und mit Benutzung officieller und directer Mittheilungen sowie eigener Erfahrungen. Mit 13 in den Text gedruckten Abbildungen.
Leipzig: Verlagsbuchhandlung J. J. Weber, 1865. Octavo, 435 pages. Illustrated. First edition of the classic 19th century popular work on wine, by the Austrian agronomist and writer. Some light spotting to pages throughout, otherwise clean and tight, in light brown half morocco with raised bands over green paper covered boards. Some edgewear to the boards but still a handsome, near very good copy. [Bibliotheca Vinaria 42]. (Item #1564)
Price: $400.00
Das Weinbuch. Wesen, Cultur und Wirkung des Weines; Statistik und Charakteristik sämmtlicher Weine der Welt. Behandlung der Weine im Keller. Nach Shaw, Denman, Franck, Jullien und mit Benutzung officieller und directer Mittheilungen sowie eigener Erfahrungen. Mit 13 in den Text gedruckten Abbildungen. Wine, Wilhelm Hamm.
137.
A wine collector's extensive archive, the meticulous records of Douglas H. Thomas (1847-1919; President of Merchants' National Bank, Baltimore, Maryland), including wine catalogues and invoices, Thomas's correspondence with wine importers, restaurant menus, and other material gathered by Thomas, 1897-1906.
Baltimore and other places: 1897-1906. A prominent member of Baltimore society in the late 19th and early 20th century, and a connoisseur of fine wines, Thomas traveled widely, retaining menus from restaurants he visited in London, Paris, Nice, Lucerne, Moscow, etc.; this collection includes more than one hundred fifty items, including thirty-five wine catalogues and lists issued by importers, major vintners, private clubs and hotels, sixteen hotel and restaurant wine... (Item #3900)
Price: $7,500.00
A wine collector's extensive archive, the meticulous records of Douglas H. Thomas (1847-1919; President of Merchants' National Bank, Baltimore, Maryland), including wine catalogues and invoices, Thomas's correspondence with wine importers, restaurant menus, and other material gathered by Thomas, 1897-1906. Wine, Douglas H. Thomas.
138.
The Paris That's Not in the Guide Books.
New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1931. Octavo (21.5 x 15 cm.), [6], 269 pages. Originally issued by Brentano's Inc. in 1926, this is a later, McBride issue. A well-lubricated tour of Paris in the 1920s, which begins with 'A Cocktail at the Ritz to Start', proceeds to Ciro's for lunch (and drinking, 'Just One Bottle of Wine at the N.Y. Bar', to night clubs, and beyond. Our guide... (Item #6476)
Price: $300.00
The Paris That's Not in the Guide Books. Basil Woon.
139.
When It's Cocktail Time in Cuba.
New York: Horace Liveright, 1928. Octavo, x, [4], 284 pages. Illustrated with 16 photo-reproductions of scenes of Cuba. First edition, first printing. Playwright and journalist Basil Woon's fourth book. Woon left his native London at the age of 16 and made his way to Alaska, where he founded a newspaper outside of Nome. His newspaper career took him around the world, including a stint in Mexico covering the revolution. A.... (Item #6050)
Price: $450.00
When It's Cocktail Time in Cuba. Basil Woon, Dillon.

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