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Anno Regni Georgii III. Regis Magnae Britanniae... An Act to continue two several acts therein mentioned; one for securing the growth of Coffee in his Majesty's Plantations in America, and the other for the better securing and encouraging the Trade of His Majesty's Sugar Colonies in America.
London: Printed by John Baskett, Printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1738. Octavo-sized, title plus one leaf. Removed from larger collection of acts. Near fine. (Item #4782)
Price: $150.00
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Coffee Through The Camera's Lens. A Project on Brazil. Photographs by Margaret Bourke-White. Home Economics Department.
New York: Home Economics Department, American Can Company, 1936. Printed card folio (18 x 12.5 cm.) with pocket holding sixteen loose leaves (each 16.5 x 9.5 cm.). The loose leaves include eleven reproductions of captioned photographs by Margarite Bourke-White, plus additional sheets with map of Brazil and classroom assignments on the history and production of coffee. There is also a mail-order card for ordering additional copies. Published at the height... (Item #6762)
Price: $400.00
Coffee Through The Camera's Lens. A Project on Brazil. Photographs by Margaret Bourke-White. Home Economics Department. Margaret; Home Economics Department Bourke-White, American Can Company.
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Golden Tips. A Description of Ceylon and its Great Tea Industry.
London: Samson Low, Marston & Company, 1900. Octavo, 474 pages. Illustrated with photographs by the author. First edition, of this lovely survey of Ceylon and its tea industry, by a member of the Royal Asiatic Society and author of several other titles on the South Asian island nation, now known as Sri Lanka. Fine in a stunning gilt-stamped white buckram binding. All edges gilt. (Item #1665)
Price: $400.00
Golden Tips. A Description of Ceylon and its Great Tea Industry. Henry W. Cave.
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[Broadside] Excelsior Cooking Utensils, Manufactured by Howdon's Sons, Cincinnati, O.
Cincinnati: Circa 1872. Broadside, 27.3 x 13.5 cm. Illustrated advertisement for Excelsior cooking vessels, which purport to contain no "injurious enamels" and have "only one-half the weight to lift of an ordinary iron vessel". "Rice, hominy and all kinds of food can be cooked and retain their natural color, and receives no impure taste from the vessel, as is the case with copper bottoms, ordinary iron pots and impure enamel... (Item #3288)
Price: $90.00
[Broadside] Excelsior Cooking Utensils, Manufactured by Howdon's Sons, Cincinnati, O. Cincinnati Tin, Japan Co.
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Tractatus Novi de Potu Caphé, et de Chinesium The.
Parisiis: Apud Petrum Muguet, 1685. Duodecimo, 169. [4] pages. Index. A fair copy manuscript of the first two sections of Dufour's Tractatus. The third section,on chocolate, is a translation of a separate work, Antonio Colmenero de Ledesma's Curioso Tratado de la Naturaleza y Calidad del Chocolate, etc., and is omitted here. The third part is also not included in the title, which in every other way is a facsimile of... (Item #4326)
Price: $3,500.00
Tractatus Novi de Potu Caphé, et de Chinesium The. Philippe Sylvestre Dufour, pseud., Jacob; Colmonero de Ledesma Spon, Bartolomeo, Antonio; Marradon.
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It Pays Every Time To have nice bright shiny Fixtures [...]
New York: F.H. Melville, Manufacturers' Agent, circa 1880. Handbill, 14.3 x 8.25 cm. Printed recto only. Illustrated advertisement for Spring Brass Coffee and Spice Scoops. “They make goods show up to a good advantage”. With size options, and price list. Offered by F.H. Melville, a New York manufacturers’ agent. Fine. (Item #3292)
Price: $35.00
It Pays Every Time To have nice bright shiny Fixtures [...]. Handbill - Coffee Scoops, F. H. Melville.
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Kaffee-und Tee-Gesellschaften Rezepte Band 1 + Menus.
Stuttgart: Decker & Hardt, 1906. Quarto, unpaginated. Volume 1 only. First edition. All pages printed in green and brown, Fifty menus, each with a facing illustration. Pages printed on versos only. Bound in green, red and gilt stamped boards, all edges green. Some bumping to head and foot of spine, otherwise very good. (Item #1917)
Price: $100.00
Kaffee-und Tee-Gesellschaften Rezepte Band 1 + Menus. Friedrich Hartmann.
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The Afternoon Tea.
[Minneapolis]: The Buzza Company, [1920-1929]. Tall, stapled and cord-sewn booklet (26 x 11 cm.), [48] pages, including blanks at the end for handwritten recipes. Illustrated with two color vignettes. Printed throughout in black and green. FIRST EDITION. Author and illustrator information from title page verso, "Compiled by Florence Hofflin, designs by L.V. Mero". An attractive publication from the Craftsman School-influenced novelty publisher, The Buzza Company. Topics include Beverages, Sandwiches, and... (Item #5995)
Price: $60.00
The Afternoon Tea. Florence Hofflin, L. V. Mero, compiler.
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Monographie du The - Description Botanique, Torrefaction, Composition Chimique, Proprietes Hygieniques de cette Feuille.
Paris: L'Auteur, 1843. Octavo, 160 pages, illustrated with eighteen engravings and one additional engraving which is an advertisement. First edition. An important work on the history and introduction of tea into Europe, and of the plant’s various uses, including medicinal applications. The handsome engravings show the elements of tea production, from tea plants to factories, equipment, etc. Small cancels to title page and to advertisement at rear indicate a change... (Item #1660)
Price: $400.00
Monographie du The - Description Botanique, Torrefaction, Composition Chimique, Proprietes Hygieniques de cette Feuille. Houssaye J.-G.
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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... (Item #6049)
Price: $50.00
Aunt Martha's Corner Cupboard, Stories about tea, coffee, sugar, rice etc. With sixty illustrations. Mary Kirby, Elizabeth.
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Coffee Cultural Practices in the Kona District of Haiwaii.
Honolulu: The University of Hawaii, 1935. Stapled booklet, 64 pages. Illustrated with charts and photographs. First edition. Detailed description of the cultivation of coffee plants in an area famous for its quality coffee beans. Includes planting, soil, bringing back neglected plants etc. Small crease to wrappers, a bit of age-toning, otherwise near fine in printed gray wrappers. (Item #2981)
Price: $75.00
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Nouveau manuel complet du Limonadier, Glacier, Cafetier et de l'Amateur de Thés et de Cafés - nouvelle édition entrièrement refondue par N. Chryssochoïdès
Paris: Encyclopédie Roret, 1901. Small duodecimo, vi, 352 pages. Advertisement. Illustrated with seventy-six figures in the text. Later edition. A complete manual for the café or other business selling lemonades, coffee, tea, ices and ice creams, and other refreshing diversions. In original publisher’s illustrated wrappers, with some wear to the spine, otherwise generally very good. In attractive, custom clamshell box. (Item #4771)
Price: $200.00
Nouveau manuel complet du Limonadier, Glacier, Cafetier et de l'Amateur de Thés et de Cafés - nouvelle édition entrièrement refondue par N. Chryssochoïdès. Roret, Paris.
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The Paul Revere Album.
Boston, MA: Howard W. Spurr Coffee Co. 1897. Octavo, 43 pages. First edition. A coffee advertising piece, published by the Spurr Coffee Co., makers of Revere Standard Java Coffee. With a short biography of Revere, as well as a history of coffee, and plenty of illustrated advertisements. Some light spotting throughout, and a bit musty. In publisher's dark blue cloth, with gilt-titling, and portrait of Revere pasted to the front board. (Item #5278)
Price: $25.00
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One page ALS.
1879. One page ALS, 21.1 x 13.65 cm. Clark & Balch, New York-based purveyors of teas, implore Mr. C.C. Palmer to increase "the cost of all the grades of Coffee [...] 2 cents per pound" due to a large advance in the coffee market. Slight fold tear on one side of the letter, otherwise very good. (Item #3277)
Price: $25.00
One page ALS. Tea, Clark, Balch: Importers, Jobbers of Teas.
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All About Coffee.
New York: The Tea & Coffee Trade Journal Company, 1935. Small stout quarto, 832 pages, with more than 800 illustrations, maps and diagrams, some in full color. Second, edition, revised. At the time of the book’s original publication in 1922, The New York Times called it “without a doubt the most comprehensive and authoritative work on the subject that has been published in any language” (New York Times, December 3... (Item #1659)
Price: $1,000.00
All About Coffee. William H. Ukers.
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All About Tea.
New York: Tea & Coffee Journal, 1935. Two volumes, quartos, xvi, 559 pages, & viii, 568 pages, thoroughly illustrated. First edition of the definitive study on tea. The finest copy we have seen of this monumental work on the history, agriculture, and trade of tea. Slight spotting to top edge of text block on both volumes, as is usually seen (tea stains?), otherwise fine and bright in publisher’s green buckram... (Item #1658)
Price: $3,500.00
All About Tea. William H. Ukers.