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The Mushroom Feast. A Celebration of all Edible Fungi - Cultivated, Wild, and Dried Varieties - with more than 250 Recipes in which the Mushroom is the Occasion for the Feast.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1979. Octavo, 305 pages + xx index. First American edition, simultaneous with the UK edition. A classic of modern mushroom literature. A near fine copy in tan and green printed boards. Price on front flap scratched out, otherwise in a near fine dust jacket. (Item #2572)
Price: $40.00
The Mushroom Feast. A Celebration of all Edible Fungi - Cultivated, Wild, and Dried Varieties - with more than 250 Recipes in which the Mushroom is the Occasion for the Feast. Jane Grigson.
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Sturtevant's Notes on Edible Plants. Report of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station for the Year 1919: Twenty-Seventh Annual Report, Vol. 2, Part II.
Albany: New York Department of Agriculture, 1919. Large quarto, 686 pages. First edition. Includes information on nearly 2900 edible foods, by far the largest and most complete study of its kind to the date of its publication. Very good in green cloth. (Item #1640)
Price: $180.00
Sturtevant's Notes on Edible Plants. Report of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station for the Year 1919: Twenty-Seventh Annual Report, Vol. 2, Part II. U. P. Hedrick.
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Myko Libri: die Bibliothek der Pilzbucher. (The Library of Great Mushroom Books).
Hamburg: the author, 2006. Quarto, 528 pages. First edition, one of 750 numbered and signed copies. 450 illustrations, mostly in color, including 90 full-page mushroom plates. The bibliographical catalog of the Christian Volbracht- Collection with 3000 iconographies, books and prints from six centuries (1481-1959). A fine copy in publisher's gilt lettered brown cloth, in a fine dust jacket. (Item #1569)
Price: $400.00
Myko Libri: die Bibliothek der Pilzbucher. (The Library of Great Mushroom Books). Mushrooms, Christian Volbracht.