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51.
The Merry Mixer from the House of Schenley.
New York: Schenley Products Co. 1938. Small stapled booklet (15 x 9 cm.), [24] pages. Illustrated with vignettes. Stapled illustrated wrappers. Later edition. A post-Repeal promotional cocktail book, charmingly illustrated by John Held Jr. Some light soiling internally, and some light soiling to the illustrated gold, red, and black wrappers, otherwise near very good. [Noling, Beverage Literature page 771]. (Item #7000)
Price: $90.00
52.
The Action, Therapeutic Value and Use of the Carlsbad Sprudel Salt (Powder Form) and Its Relation to the Carlsbad Thermal Water.
Philadelphia: P. Blakiston, Son & Co. 1891. Octavo, Viii, 9-100 pages. Charts and one illustration. First American edition and first of this English translation. Originally published Vienna, 1886 as Ueber die Wirkung des karlsbader Thermalwassers. Carlsbad Sprudel Salt was the evaporated form of water from the Karlovy Vary or Karlsbad Spa, where "taking the waters" had been a cure for centuries, and to which the European elite flocked for cures... (Item #5749)
Price: $300.00
The Action, Therapeutic Value and Use of the Carlsbad Sprudel Salt (Powder Form) and Its Relation to the Carlsbad Thermal Water. Dr. W. Jaworski, A L. A. Toboldt, Walery.
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Modern American Drinks. How to Mix and Serve All Kinds of Cups and Drinks.
Akron, OH: Saalfield Publishing Co. 1906. Octavo, 120, 12 pages. Advertisements. Later, Ohio imprint. Originally published in 1895 by Merriam Company, and first issued by Saalfield in 1902. A significant American cocktail recipe book, from the barman of the Holland House Hotel in New York City. In his preface to the Mud Puddle facsimile of this title, "Dr. Cocktail" Ted Haigh describes the author, "Kappeler was a different animal... His... (Item #6293)
Price: $600.00
Modern American Drinks. How to Mix and Serve All Kinds of Cups and Drinks. George J. Kappeler.
54.
World's Fair Edition. Kentucky's Distilling Interests, by Kentucky Distillers' Bureau Co., of Lexington, Ky. An illustrated history containing sketches and announcements of the most celebrated makers and brands in the state.
[Lexington; Louisville: the Bureau; Courier-Journal Litho.], 1893. Stapled, oblong octavo (20 x 27.5 cm.), 100 pages. Illustrated. Evident FIRST EDITION and stated “World’s Fair Edition” although no other editions located. A sumptuously illustrated history of the distilling industry of Kentucky, prefaced by a portrait of Old Kentucky and its Old Bourbon Whisky as romantic as any modern advertising copywriter could imagine. “No maiden’s kiss is tenderer or more refreshing; no..... (Item #6514)
Price: $1,500.00
55.
The Still and I
New York: Vantage Press, 1981. Octavo, 109 pages. First edition. A personal memoir of a Prohibition-era moonshiner. Kivley makes an appearance in Karl Baarlag's Robbery by Mail: the Story of U.S. Postal Inspectors (New York, 1938), where he is described as a rural justice of the peace turned bootlegger. Bit of bumping to brown cloth; lacking the dust jacket. Near very good. (Item #6151)
Price: $40.00
The Still and I. Melvin Kivley.
56.
All-In-Vue, 84 Drink Recipes.
Long Island City/Syracuse, NY: H. Stiefol Co. N.d. Stapled booklet, 32 pages. First edition. A well-designed novelty cocktail recipe book, intended as a promotional device for various liquor stores. The leaves of booklet step back with an index printed on the edges. It is similar to a thumb-indexed book, but with the entire page edge acting as a navigation aid. The interior of the rear wrapper includes the statement, "recipes..... (Item #3675)
Price: $150.00
All-In-Vue, 84 Drink Recipes. Ben Klein, John Fitzgerald.
57.
De l’Usage des Eaux Minérales naturelles et artificielles de Carlsbad, Embs, Marienbad, Eger, Pyrmont et Spa.
Leipzig/Paris: chez Brockhaus/Schubart et Heideloff, 1829. Duodecimo, xvi, 330 pages. First edition in French, translated from the second German edition, revised and corrected. Kreysig was physician to Frédéric Auguste King of the Saxons, from 1803 to 1828. His greatest contribution was to the art of diagnosis. Attractively bound in full calf with gilt decorated spine, red speckled edges. Early previous owner's name, otherwise very good. [OCLC locates thirteen copies, just..... (Item #4769)
Price: $250.00
58.
Petits et Grands Verres. Choix des meilleures recettes de Cocktails.
Paris: Au sans Pareil, 1927. Small quarto, 131, [2] pages. (24x18.5cm). First trade edition. A translation, by the artist, of Toye and Adair's, Drinks: Long & Short, originally issued in London in 1925. Much more than a translation, this beautiful re-imagining of the book, by one of France's most prolific and imaginative printmakers. In a custom binding, unsigned, with an original drawing for the design of the binding used as... (Item #5012)
Price: $750.00
Petits et Grands Verres. Choix des meilleures recettes de Cocktails. J.-E Laboureur, Nina & A. H. Adair Toye.
59.
The Manufacture of Liquors, Wines, and Cordials, Without the Aid of Distillation. Also the Manufacture of Effervescing Beverages and Syrups, Vinegar and Bitters. Prepared and Arranged for the Trade.
New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, Publishers, no. 18, Ann Street, [circa 1885]. Octavo (19 x 13 cm.), 312 [2] pages. Publisher's advertisements. Index, really a table of contents. Later printing; originally published by R. Craighead (New York) in 1853. Perhaps the most broadly used work on making hundreds of wines and spirits from a neutral base alcohol, with extensive descriptions of the materials and techniques used to create these dishonest... (Item #7009)
Price: $900.00
The Manufacture of Liquors, Wines, and Cordials, Without the Aid of Distillation. Also the Manufacture of Effervescing Beverages and Syrups, Vinegar and Bitters. Prepared and Arranged for the Trade. Pierre Lacour.
60.
En Compagnie d'Nout' Vin d'Anjou.
Angers: Editions Jacques Petit, 1945. Octavo, 70 pages. First edition, one of 879 numbered copies on velin blanc pu chiffon, from a total of 990. Illustrated by Maurice Pouzet in pochoir throughout. Some light abrasions to paper covers, otherwise very good, in publisher's paper covered boards, with a wine label style artwork pasted down. (Item #1616)
Price: $300.00
En Compagnie d'Nout' Vin d'Anjou. Felix Landreau, Maurice Pouzet.
61.
La Cuisine Berrichonne, suivi de Chansons a Boire, Ornaments de Emile Popineau.
Paris: Chez Helleu et Sergent, 1925. Small octavo, 108 + 2 pages. First edition of this simple and lovely book devoted to the cuisine of Berry. The recipe list is not long, but includes 'boeuf au cornichons,' 'veau en etuvee,' 'rognons de moutons a la mode de Bourges,' and 'truffiat ou galette aux pommes de terre'. With a section on the wines of the region, and a collection of local... (Item #2301)
Price: $500.00
La Cuisine Berrichonne, suivi de Chansons a Boire, Ornaments de Emile Popineau. Hugues Lapaire.
62.
Cognac and Other Brandies.
London: Harper Trade Journals Limited, 1968. Octavo, 153 pages. Illustrated. First edition. A fine description of the history of cognac, and of the development of the distilling process as it applies to brandies in general. With information on the various vineyards and a collection of recipes for cooking with brandy. Previous owner's signature to end papers and to half-title, otherwise very good in a near very good dust jacket, with... (Item #3068)
Price: $75.00
Cognac and Other Brandies. Layton, homas, rthur.
63.
Scotch. The Whiskey of Scotland in Fact and Story.
London: Putnam, 1959. Octavo, 184 pages. Later printing. An historical overview and personal history from a native of Speyside. From the origins to the era of the book's publication. Fine in a very near fine dust jacket designed by William McLaren. (Item #2853)
Price: $35.00
Scotch. The Whiskey of Scotland in Fact and Story. Sir Robert Bruce Lockhart.
64.
The American Vine-Dresser's Guide. New and Revised Edition.
New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1872. Octavo, 123 pages. Frontispiece portrait of the author. Facing English and French texts. Third edition, an early facsimile of the original G.&C. Carwill edition of 1827. In 1829, Cargill issued a slightly expanded edition with some changes in the translation. Loubat was among the first to recognize the potential of American soil for quality wine grapes. He claims to have planted as many... (Item #2008)
Price: $200.00
The American Vine-Dresser's Guide. New and Revised Edition. Alphonse Loubat.
65.
The American Vine-Dresser's Guide. New and Revised Edition.
New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1872. Octavo (18 x 13 cm.), 123 pages. Frontispiece portrait of the author. Facing English and French texts. Third edition, an early facsimile of the original G.&C. Carwill edition of 1827. In 1829, Cargill issued a slightly expanded edition with some changes to the translation. Loubat was among the first to recognize the potential of American soil for quality wine grapes. He claims to... (Item #6922)
Price: $200.00
The American Vine-Dresser's Guide. New and Revised Edition. Alphonse Loubat.
66.
Set 'Em Up. Illustrated by John Rupe. Published by a Punch-Drunk Author who Still Hasn't Learned his Lesson.
New York: the author/Cornwall Press, 1939. Octavo, 136 pages. FIRST EDITION of this third installment of self-published barroom tales from Joe Madden. All of the the dust jacket blurbs are supplied by Joe Madden. Madden's bartending world is rough and tumble, occasionally crass and frequently politically incorrect. Edges a bit dusty, some light age-toning throughout, otherwise fine in bright orange cloth, in a very good, unclipped dust jacket with a.... (Item #6921)
Price: $250.00
Set 'Em Up. Illustrated by John Rupe. Published by a Punch-Drunk Author who Still Hasn't Learned his Lesson. Joe Madden, the Markee.
67.
New Bartender's Guide. Telling How To Mix All The Standard and Popular Drinks Called For Everyday.[with] The Up-to-date Bartender's Guide, a Valuable Ready Reference Guide to the Art of Mixing Drinks, Containing all the Standard and Popular Drinks, with a Choice Selection of Appropriate Toasts
Baltimore: I. & M. Ottenheimer, Publishers, 800-802 E. Fayette St. 1914; 1913. Two works issued as one volume. Small octavo (15 x 11 cm.), 62, [2], 64 pages. Publisher's advertisements to wrappers. Early edition. Text block age-toned, and somewhat brittle, with some pages dog eared. In publisher's illustrated, blue wrappers, with an image depicting a mustachioed bartender at work. Wrappers heavily chipped, but not affecting text or illustration(just the printed border). Good copy only. [Noling, page 776]. (Item #6794)
Price: $60.00
68.
Inv.ce of Goods left with Baker & Lockett, at Brenham, Nov. 22nd, 1861.
Brenham; Austin, Texas: Nov. 22nd, 1861; January 28th, 1862. Single page manuscript (26 x 20 cm.), handwritten text in brown ink recto only (though some faint pencil notes to verso). The invoice is a list of goods stored in Brenham Texas, in the early part of the Civil War, apparently for the safe keeping of the owner's inventory of spirits and other items related to his tavern or bar. The... (Item #7015)
Price: $250.00
69.
Saloon Society. The Diary of a Year Beyond Aspirin.
New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce. 1960. Small quarto, 124 pages. Illustrated with photos by David Attie and designed by Alexey Brodovitch. First edition. "The members of Saloon Society live in a world where there is no tomorrow, where the jugs of bourbon pour like sunshine, where the cigarette smoke is as thick as dreams, where one rockets through the heightened moments of life" (from the jacket flap). Some light... (Item #2512)
Price: $250.00
Saloon Society. The Diary of a Year Beyond Aspirin. Bill Manville.
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Reports and Bills Relating to the Sale of Spiritous Liquors.
[Place of publication not identified]: 1839. Stab-sewn booklet (25 x 15.5 cm.), 46 pages. Bastard title page. FIRST EDITION. A landmark legal action, containing the Report, Minority Report, and finally the Act to regulate the sale of alcohol in the state of Massachusetts This was the first attempt to regulate temperance by law, limiting the sale of alcohol in quantities smaller than fifteen gallons. The Act passed April 19th of... (Item #5996)
Price: $150.00
Reports and Bills Relating to the Sale of Spiritous Liquors. Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives.
71.
Nouvelle Instruction pour les Confitures, les Liqueurs, et les Fruits : Ou l'on apprend a confire toutes sortes de Fruits, tant secs que liquides; & divers Ouvrages de Sucre qui sont du fait des Officiers & Confiseurs; avec la maniere de bien ordonner un Fruit. Suite du Nouveau Cuisinier Royal et Bourgeois, egalement utile aux Maitres d'Hotels & dans les Familles, pour savoir ce qu'on sert de plus a la mode dans les Repas. Tomme Troisieme. Nouvelle edition, Revue, corrigee, & beaucoup augmentee, Avec de nouveaux Desseins de Tables.
Amsterdam: Aux Depens de la Compagnie, 1734. Duodecimo, 4 leaves, [4], 362, [20] pages. Three folding plates. Index. A rare early edition of Massialot's famous book on preserves, first published in 1692. The author (ca. 1660-1733) was chef de cuisine to various French nobles, including the brother of Louis XIV and the dukes of Chartres, Orleans and Aumont. His works were published anonymously and not widely circulated among the general... (Item #5055)
Price: $900.00
72.
Hints on Various Subjects Connected With Our Business.
Buffalo: Steam Press of Thomas & Lathrops, 1856. Octavo, 151 pages. FIRST EDITION. A collection of commercial recipes for household and medicinal products, wines, perfumes, cosmetics and toiletries, soda water, spices, and more, with a special section at the rear explaining why they do not sell patent medicines, "the pill taking propensity, which a few years since was so general as to be called by foreigners an American nationalism...." A.... (Item #2766)
Price: $350.00
Hints on Various Subjects Connected With Our Business. Mathews, A. I. Co.
73.
Drinking with Pepys.
London/New York: Macmillan & Co Ltd./St. Martin's Press, 1963. Octavo, 125 pages. 1st edition, US issue, with the St. Martin's sticker, added to the foot of the dust jacket. The author has "collated all Pepy's allusions to alcohol, to Possets and Syllabubs, Cellerage and Cooperage". Very good in publisher's red cloth, in a near very good, lightly spine faded dust jacket with a few older tape repairs to the corners... (Item #2029)
Price: $35.00
Drinking with Pepys. Oscar A. Mendelsohn.
74.
Menu: Champagne Moët et Chandon.
Paris: [printed by] F. Champenois, [circa 1890]. Original chromolithograph menu template (14 x 9 cm.). Unused menu card (one of ten), advertising champagne Moët et Chandon. Designed by Czech Art Nouveau painter and designer Alphonse Mucha. Fine. (Item #3834)
Price: $650.00
Menu: Champagne Moët et Chandon. Menu template - Art Nouveau, Champagne Moët et Chandon, Alphonse Mucha.
75.
American Bar. Utmutato az amerikai husito es hevito italok keszitesehez. [Guide for making American hot and cold beverages].
Budapest: Kapheto Aczél Miksa, 1899. Octavo, 96, iv, [ads], pages. Illustrated. First edition of this rare Hungarian cocktail manual, written and published by the famous eponymous cafe/bar. The recipes and other text is in Hungarian, but the cocktail names are in English, and one can get a good sense of not only the cocktails which had appeared in Budapest, but the available ingredients. The author urges those who would embrace..... (Item #4933)
Price: $2,500.00
American Bar. Utmutato az amerikai husito es hevito italok keszitesehez. [Guide for making American hot and cold beverages]. Aczél Miksa.

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