Aunt Martha's Corner Cupboard, Stories about tea, coffee, sugar, rice etc. With sixty illustrations.

Philadelphia: Henry Altemus, [1898].

Duodecimo, 165, [7] pages. Advertisements. Illustrated with engravings throughout. Later edition, originally published London 1875, with a U.S. distribution by Thomas Nelson & Sons. The book proved popular in the US, with three separate issues 1898: with this printing by Altemus in Philadelphia , as well as Chicago and Boston printings, by A. Flanagan and DeWolfe, Fiske & Co. respectively. A set of stories about various foodstuffs, tenuously held together with a story line. Two tiny holes to rear hinge; Some rubbing and soil to publisher's decorated trade binding, printed in red, green, black, and silver. Near very good.

Price: $50.00