London: Tyas, 1840. 6 humorous etched plates by T. Sibson, & woodcuts. Small 8vo, half polished morocco over marbled boards; original pictorial wrappers bound in. . London: Robert Tyas, 1840. First Edition. A review of snuff, snuff boxes, snuff shops, sniff takers and snuff papers; with The Moral and Physical Effects of Snuff.
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London: Greening, 1901. 101pp., 14 full page advertisements. Narrow 8vo, gray pictorial cloth; light wear to the edges. London: Greening & Co., n.d. (1901). First Edition. Scarce book, extolling the virtues of tobacco, including chapters on Poetry of Tobacco, As an Aid to Meditation, The Social Pipe, Medical Opinion, Royal Smokers, Juvenile Smokers, Soldiers & Tobacco, etc.
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1960. Profusely illustrated in black and white. 265 pages, 4to, black and brown cloth, dust wrapper in a mylar cover. New York: McGraw-Hill, (1960). First edition. Near fine. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "Best wishes to C. W. Bushnell, RK Heimann, June 8 1960."
New Rochelle: Mayflower Press, 1922. Etched port. by A.N. Hosking. 18p., cloth backed boards. New Rochelle: Mayflower Press, 1922. An essay on Stevenson's tobacco habit. One of 200 numbered copies. The extra proof of the portrait, intended for framing, has not been preserved. Presentation copy from Hosking.
Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1978. Foreword by Michael D. Coe and Barbara A. Goodnight. Illustrated with many black & white figures and color photographs by the author. xxv + 233pp., 4to, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper lightly chipped at edges, ink inscription on title page. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, (1978). A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.
London: James Flesher, 1650. , 417 pages. Square 8vo, handsomely rebound in full brown morocco with simple blind-stamped panels and gilt lettering on spine with raised bands (scattered foxing, mostly quite clean). London: Printed by James Flesher for Henry Hood, 1650. Third edition, much enlarged. Near fine. One of the most popular books on regimen of the period, with much information on diet and nutrition. Venner (1577-1660) advocated moderation in smoking, but tears down some of the contemporary superstitions on.....