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Ames Plow & Farming Implements and Machines. Manufacturers and Dealers, 1889. [Trade Catalogue].
New York & Boston: Ames Plow, 1889. Octavo, 84 pages. Profusely illustrated. Printed throughout in blue ink. A handsome small trade catalogue for this manufacturer and distributor of carts, barrows, presses, mills, sausage stuffing equipment, presses, etc. Some wear to spine of printed wrapper, wrapper started at front hinge, otherwise very good. Scarce. (Item #2125)
Price: $150.00
Ames Plow & Farming Implements and Machines. Manufacturers and Dealers, 1889. [Trade Catalogue]. Ames Plow, Farming Implements and Machines.
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The Science of Nutrition. Treatise Upon the Science of Nutrition; The Aladdin Oven, What It is. What It Does. How It Does It. Dietaries Carefully Computed (under the direction of Mrs. Ellen H. Richards. Tests of the Slow Methods of Cooking in the Aladdin Oven, etc., etc.
Boston: Damrell & Upham / The Old Corner Bookstore, 1894. Octavo, 179, [ii] pages. Illustrated. Later printing, originally issued in 1892. A combination treatise on nutrition, cookbook and technical manual for the Aladdin Oven, invented by our author Edward Atkinson. "Men have no right to scold their wives, or use swear words about the cook, and find fault with their meals in a constant and promiscuous way, if they only... (Item #4960)
Price: $90.00
The Science of Nutrition. Treatise Upon the Science of Nutrition; The Aladdin Oven, What It is. What It Does. How It Does It. Dietaries Carefully Computed (under the direction of Mrs. Ellen H. Richards. Tests of the Slow Methods of Cooking in the Aladdin Oven, etc., etc. Edward Atkinson.
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Lawrence Pottery. Lawrence, Mass. Bought of Geo. Pearson & Co. who manufacture and keep constantly on hand at their factory in Lawrence, all kinds of Earthen-ware, with Rockingham Glaze, of the best quality, at the following prices.
Lawrence, MA: circa 1870. Printed billhead, 38.5 x 26.5 cm. Pre-populated invoice, listing products such as cake pots, cream pots, lard pots, bean pots, milk pans, pudding pans, kneading bowls, stove tubes, seed pans, saucers, hanging vases, flower pots, soap dishes, pitchers, spittoons, toy jugs, and more. Prices listed as well. Some creases and rubbing, minor tear to edge, otherwise very good. (Item #3692)
Price: $300.00
4.
Bought of H. Laughlin & Co., Variegated Rockingham and Yellow Ware, East Liverpool, O.
East Liverpool, OH: 1869. 42.5 x 17.3 cm. Printed billhead with small illustration of wares, printed on blue and red lined paper. Pre-populated with prices for Rockingham and Yellow ware products including: chambers, bowls, pie plates, nappie dishes, pitchers, rice dishes, jelly cans, stove tubs, spittoons, mugs, hanging baskets and more. This document predates the founding of Homer Laughlin China Company in East Liverpool, Ohio by two years. Billhead is... (Item #3680)
Price: $350.00
5.
New York Stone Ware Pottery, Fort Edward, N.Y. Bought of Satterlee & Mory, Dealers in Every Description of Stone and Rockingham Ware.
Fort Edward, NY: 1881. Printed billhead, 35.7 x 22 cm. With small illustrations of wares, including jugs, pancake pitchers, pudding pots, water kegs, stove tubes, flower pots, and more. Made out in black ink to Mr. M.B. Paige, the invoice records a purchase of $109: covered butter pots and Rockingham ware vinegar measures. Some creasing and very minor edgewear, otherwise very good. (Item #3691)
Price: $300.00
New York Stone Ware Pottery, Fort Edward, N.Y. Bought of Satterlee & Mory, Dealers in Every Description of Stone and Rockingham Ware. Billhead - Stoneware, Satterlee, Mory.
6.
The Duplex Cook Book. Containing full instructions for cooking with the Duplex Fireless Stove.
Muncie, Indiana: Published by the Durham Manufacturing Co. [circa 1920]. Duodecimo (17 x 13 cm.), 64 pages. Table of contents. Index. Illustrated. Later printing, with one cross-section diagram of the stove instead of two; some paragraphing re-spaced, but total pagination identical. A manufacturer’s cookbook designed to accompany a fireless stove brought to market shortly after the close of the First World War. With two cross-section diagrams of the stove. Approximately... (Item #4979)
Price: $75.00
The Duplex Cook Book. Containing full instructions for cooking with the Duplex Fireless Stove. Durham Manufacturing Co., Ind Muncie.
7.
Sun-Dials and Roses of Yesterday. Garden Delights Which are Here Displayed in Very Truth and are Moreover Regarded as Emblems.
New York: Macmillan & Co, 1902. Thick, stout octavo, 461 pages. First edition, trade issue, of this thorough survey of sundials and roses (there was also simultaneously issued limited printing of 100). Thoroughly illustrated with black and white photographs of dials in various garden settings. The author was an amateur historian who wrote frequently on the Puritans and colonial America. Earle was a passenger on a ship headed for Egypt... (Item #2849)
Price: $150.00
8.
Enterprise Electrical Coffee Mills and Meat & Food Choppers.
Philadelphia: Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania, 1921. Octavo in wrappers, 52 pages. Trade catalogue for "Enterprise" electrically driven rapid grinding and pulverizing mills and meat and food choppers. Machines are designed to "meet the requirements of all classes of trade, and to suit conditions as to Current, Voltages, etc., existing in any locality." Machinery prices determined by the kind of current furnished. Some discoloration to title page, some wear to... (Item #3257)
Price: $175.00
Enterprise Electrical Coffee Mills and Meat & Food Choppers. Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania.
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Farlar's late Stratton and Norton, new steam kitchen range, improved oven, and self-oiling smoke jack ; together with an improved warm bath; in action everyday for public inspection.
[London]: J. Barfield, Printer, 91 Wardour-Street, Soho, [circa 1816]. Leaflet, 4 pages, folded at top edge. Illustrated. Handbill, advertising a kitchen range, combining a smoke-jack, with an "improved warm bath". The kitchen range here provides a boiler for hot water, so a warm bath may be had elsewhere in the house. Includes descriptions of the major aspects of the range, along with a handsome woodcut illustration of the range itself... (Item #4822)
Price: $500.00
Farlar's late Stratton and Norton, new steam kitchen range, improved oven, and self-oiling smoke jack ; together with an improved warm bath; in action everyday for public inspection. W. Farlar.
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Chafing Dish Possibilities.
Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1902. Duodecimo, 161 pages. Later printing. Originally issued just two years after the very successful launch of the author's monumental Boston Cooking School Cook Book. Very good, slightly rubbed, gilt-stamped publisher's red cloth. [Bitting, page 153; not in Cagle]. (Item #5044)
Price: $60.00
Chafing Dish Possibilities. Fannie Merritt Farmer.
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The Matchless Sifter, Colander & Strainer Combined...
Philadelphia: circa 1879. Printed handbill, 19.3 x 11 cm. Illustrated advertisement for a combined sifter, colander, and strainer of tin and tinned wire. “Universally approved [...] as the best out”, it is presented here for sale, wholesale, and retail by Craft, Conrow & Co. née Edwin Craft and Company, Philadelphia dealers of hardware, tools, bell-hangers’ supplies, and house-furnishing goods. “Craft, Conrow & Co.” is stamped in blue ink across the... (Item #3683)
Price: $75.00
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The Comfort of Cooking and Heating by Gas. With 325 Excellent Recipes edited by the author.
New York: William M. Crane Co.; American Technical Book Company, 1898. Octavo (18 x 12 cm.), 88 [8], [32] pages. Advertisements. Illustrated. FIRST EDITION. A strong advertisement for the glories of living by gas. The author's recipes tell part of the story, but the illustrated supplement at the rear, "The Comfort of Heating by Gas," depicts a fine and comfortable middle class existence, complete with kitchen, bedrooms, dining area, a.... (Item #6340)
Price: $50.00
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One Hundred Recipes for the Chafing Dish.
New York: Gorham Manufacturing Company, Silversmiths, 1894. Squarish octavo, 182 pages. First edition, limited Edition de Luxe issue. One of 100 numbered copies. A cookbook, a history of the chafing dish, and a trade catalogue in one. Illustrated with various models of Gorham's chafing dishes. Bound in half yellow cloth, with black cloth boards printed in silver. Spine general age-toning and wear to the yellow morocco spine, otherwise very good... (Item #2777)
Price: $200.00
One Hundred Recipes for the Chafing Dish. H. M. Kinsley.
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One Hundred Recipes for the Chafing Dish.
New York: Gorham Manufacturing Company, Silversmiths, 1894. Squarish octavo, 182 pages. First edition, trade issue. There was also a simultaneous deluxe issue. A cookbook, a history of the chafing dish and a trade catalogue in one. Illustrated with various models of Gorham's chafing dishes. Bound in half yellow cloth, with black cloth boards printed in silver; spine chipped at head and foot. All edges silvered. General age-toning and wear to... (Item #5762)
Price: $75.00
One Hundred Recipes for the Chafing Dish. H. M. Kinsley.
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Kitchen Boiler Explosions. Why they occur, and how to prevent their occurrence. A short treatise giving the results of practical experiments with red-hot boilers. By R.D. Munro, M.I.M.E. ; with frontispiece in colours and explanatory diagrams.
London: Charles Griffin and Company, Limited, 1895. Octavo (20 x cm.), vii, 51, 32 pages. Illustrated with one leaf of plates, one folded chart, and a color frontispiece. Publisher’s catalogue at end. FIRST EDITION. The author was chief engineer to the Scottish Boiler Insurance and Engine Inspection Company of Glasgow, and the author of a popular book on Steam Boilers. His attention was specially directed to the explosion of kitchen... (Item #6266)
Price: $300.00
Kitchen Boiler Explosions. Why they occur, and how to prevent their occurrence. A short treatise giving the results of practical experiments with red-hot boilers. By R.D. Munro, M.I.M.E. ; with frontispiece in colours and explanatory diagrams. Robert Douglas Munro, M. I. M. E.
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Fourneaux de Cuisine. 1908. 11, Rue Viete, Paris.
Paris: Nessi Oncle & Neveu, 1908. Quarto, [2]+27 mostly double-paged plates. A handsome trade catalogue from this Parisian stove manufacturer. According to the catalogue, the installed stoves, rotisseries, and hot water service in apartments, chateaux, restaurants, hotel particuliers, and hospitals. The original wrappers are bound into gilt-stamped green cloth-covered boards. One small tear to the spine cloth otherwise fine. [OCLC locates no copies]. (Item #2428)
Price: $750.00
Fourneaux de Cuisine. 1908. 11, Rue Viete, Paris. Nessi Oncle, Constructeurs Neveu.
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Chafing Dish Delicacies. Compiled by Mrs. De Witt C. Owen.
[Dixon, Ill.]: Mrs. D.C. Owen; Printed at the Star Jobs Room, [circa 1900]. Oblong booklet sewn on cords (12 x 16 cm.), 16 pages. Illustrated. Evident FIRST EDITION. Another from the series of charming self-published cookbooks produced under the name "Mrs. De Witt C. Owen". The author, Ella "Nellie" Upton Leighton, was born in Steuben, Maine, and adopted into the Leighton family. Her husband, Dewitt Clinton Owen was a newspaperman... (Item #6435)
Price: $75.00
Chafing Dish Delicacies. Compiled by Mrs. De Witt C. Owen. DeWitt C. Owen, Mrs., Ella; Mrs. De Witt Clinton Owen Leighton.
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Delicious Desserts for Dainty Diners: Fifty-six recipes for making desserts. Compiled by Mrs. De Witt C. Owen.
Dixon, Ill. the author; Star Jobs Press, 1900. Stapled booklet (16 x cm.), 16 pages. FIRST EDITION. Another in the series of charming self-published cookbooks produced under the name "Mrs. De Witt C. Owen". The author, Ella "Nellie" Upton Leighton, was born in Steuben, Maine, and adopted into the Leighton family. Her husband, Dewitt Clinton Owen was a newspaperman, owner of Dixon Illinois' Tri-Weekly Star, whose thrice a week publication... (Item #6434)
Price: $50.00
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Report of a trial for violation of the patent right of the 'American Air-Tight' cooking-stove, in the Circuit Court of the United States within and for the district of Massachusetts : wherein Elias Johnson and David B. Cox, were plaintiffs, and Peter Low and George W. Hicks, were defendants.
Boston: Dickinson Printing Establishment, Damrell & Moore, 1848. Octavo (22.5 x 14 cm.), 60 pages, [1] folded leaf of plates; illustrated. With one folding copper-engraved plate and 12 text figures. Interleaved with blanks throughout. FIRST EDITION. Record of a patent infringement case between two neighboring stove foundries in Troy, New York. The plaintiffs, Elias Johnson and David B. Cox, who owned the Clinton Foundry (later owned by Fuller & Warren)... (Item #6102)
Price: $750.00
Report of a trial for violation of the patent right of the 'American Air-Tight' cooking-stove, in the Circuit Court of the United States within and for the district of Massachusetts : wherein Elias Johnson and David B. Cox, were plaintiffs, and Peter Low and George W. Hicks, were defendants. Patent suit – Cooking stove design, Elias Johnson, Peter Low, George W. Hicks.
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1871, Illustrated Catalogue of Hutchinson's Patent Cider and Wine Mills, Presses, Screws, Grinders, &c., Manufactured and Sold By Peekskill Plow Works, Cleveland, O.
Cleveland, Ohio: Peekskill Plow Works, 1871. Stapled, octavo-sized brochure, 8 pages. Illustrated throughout with steel engravings, of each press, mill or screw. Includes a page dedicated to recipes for "Good, Pure Cider". Quarter-sized abrasion to rear wrapper, and fold marks,otherwise near fine in printed pale blue wrappers. [OCLC shows only one copy for this year, and four copies for all years]. (Item #2198)
Price: $250.00
1871, Illustrated Catalogue of Hutchinson's Patent Cider and Wine Mills, Presses, Screws, Grinders, &c., Manufactured and Sold By Peekskill Plow Works, Cleveland, O. Peekskill Plow Works.
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The Cooking Box: How to Make and Use It; Together with Eighty Economical Recipes Adapted for Fireless Cookery.
London; Colchester: National Society's Depository; Printed by Spottiswoode, Ballantyne and Co. Ltd. 1917. Small octavo (18.5 x 12.5 cm.), viii, [ii], 82 pages. Illustrated. Table of contents. First and only edition. Soused Mackerel, Irish Stew, Sea-Pie, Tripe and Onions, Swede Turnips, Treacle Pudding, Apple Charlotte: the eighty recipes are intended to reassure readers that standard English fare can readily be prepared economically in the cooking box. The phrase "fireless cooker"... (Item #5516)
Price: $150.00
The Cooking Box: How to Make and Use It; Together with Eighty Economical Recipes Adapted for Fireless Cookery. Constance Radcliffe-Cooke.
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The Experienced English House-keeper. For the Use and Ease of Ladies, The House-keepers, Cooks, &c., Wrote Purely from Practice. Dedicated to the Hon. Lady Elizabeth Warburton, Whom the Author lately served as Housekeeper... The Seventh Edition.
London: Printed for the author, and sold by R. Baldwin, No. 47, in Pater-noster Row. 1780. Octavo, iii, [1], 412, xiv pages. Two engraved folding plates of table settings, and one folding plate of stove fires. Stated seventh edition. One of the most celebrated and popular of 18th century cookery books, placing the author in the same sphere as Hannah Glasse. In addition to her position as housekeeper to Lady... (Item #5170)
Price: $1,200.00
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The Richmond Receipts with Hints and Helps for Mother, Daughter and Wife.
Norwich, Conn. [Richmond Stove Company, circa 1885]. Duodecimo (16.5 x 13 cm.), 64 pages. Illustrated. Date of issue surmised from patent information. Representative's stamp on cover: J. H. Wells, sole agent for Richmond Ranges, Stoves, and Furnaces, Portsmouth, N.H. True to its word, Richmond Receipts provides "hints and helps" beyond what is needed for baking and roasting – including a few entries for ice cream – in about one hundred... (Item #5387)
Price: $350.00
The Richmond Receipts with Hints and Helps for Mother, Daughter and Wife. Richmond Stove Company, Conn Norwich.
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Is the Cooking Stove an Apostate?
New York: The Church and Home Publishing Co. 1888. Small octavo, 7 pages. First edition. In this pamphlet, Reverend W. Scott writes a defense of the modern cooking stove after, "a speaker at the Prophetic Convention, held some time ago in Chicago, shivered a lance against the cooking-stove." Scott argues that the cooking stove (domestic and ecclesiastical) does not undermine the principles of Christianity. Fine condition, in cream publisher's wrappers... (Item #3243)
Price: $150.00
Is the Cooking Stove an Apostate? W. Scott.
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Espargne-Bois C'Est a Dire, Nouvelle Et Parci-Devant Non Commune, ni mise en lumiere, invention de certains et divers fourneaux artificiels. par François Keslar ... Maintenant publiee en françois pour le bien ... de tous ceux qui usent de ceste langue.
Oppenheim: Par Iean Theodore dé Bry marchant libraire & bourgeois d'Oppenheim qui est sur le Rhin, 1619. Small quarto (19.5 x 14 cm.), [7], 8-72 pages, five plates engraved on copper, one folding. ~ FIRST FRENCH LANGUAGE EDITION. The first book on individual heating using stoves. A rare book on improvements in fireplaces and stoves featuring five plates of ornate examples. It was published by the copper engraver and publisher... (Item #6217)
Price: $5,000.00


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