London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, January, 1923.
Octavo (18 x 13.5 cm.), [xxi], 227,  pages. Publisher’s advertisements at rear. Later printing. Octavo, 227 pages. Later printing. One of the great testimonials to wine and wine drinking in the literature. Written in his later years, Saintsbury's Notes is a chronicle of a wine drinking life by the great literary scholar and critic. The Saintsbury Club, founded by André Simon and others in Saintsbury's honor, still meets today. Text block a bit bumped, otherwise very good in bright and clean burgundy cloth. With the bookseller’s ticket of Maclehose of Glasgow. With a lengthy and interesting gift inscription (gifter unidentified) on the front fly. [Gabler 37135].