Boston: Strong & Brodhead, 1849. 424pp. Thick 12mo, original blue blind stamped cloth with ornately gilt covers and spine, a.e.g. (light wear to cloth edges; scattered foxing, otherwise quite clean). Boston: Strong & Brodhead, 1849. Ninth Stereotype Edition. A very good(+) copy of this very scarce book.
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London: Nichols, 1790. Thick 4to, xxii, 476 pages. Original polished calf (well-rubbed and worn at edges; hinges cracked but holding). London: Printed for the Society of Antiquaries by John Nichols, 1790. First Edition. Overall a very good(-) copy, but internally quite clean. Oxford 119; Bitting 532.
New York: Harper, 1848. Illustrated with woodcuts throughout the text. 369pp., + index. Small 8vo, purple blind-stamped cloth (spine faded and with dampstains on both covers and some interior pages; light foxing throughout). New York: Harper & Brothers, 1848. Revised Edition with numerous additions and illustrative engravings. A good copy.
New York: Putnam, 1986. Black-and-white illustrations by Antoine Bouterin. 253 pages, tall 8vo, two-toned boards, dust wrapper (lightly edge-worn). New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, (1986). A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Inscribed to food writer Doris Tobias on the front free endpaper: "For Mrs. Doris Tobias (food writer) Tres amicalement Antoine Bouterin May 12 86."
San Francisco: Chronicle, 2007. 223 pages. 8vo, brown cloth, dust wrapper. San Francisco: Chronicle, (2007). Plain white sticker at base of spine, else a near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. A delightful celebration of food and friends, of the enduring richness of Provence and , most of all, believing in your dreams. Also sprinkled with recipes from the author, an award-winning cookbook author.
Philadelphia: Spotswood, 1792. 557 pages, thick 12mo, handsomely rebound in full blind stamped brown calf with a red leather spine labels. Overall browning to pages and a tear on the title page resulting in a loss of a few lines of the table of contents. Small early and faded signature of previous owner's name on top margin. Philadelphia: Spotswood 1792. A handsome copy of a very scarce book.
Philadelphia: James Carey, 1796. 3 engraved illustrations. 132 pages. Small slim 8vo, period leather-backed marbled boards; corners worn; typical browning to text and staining at top margin, archival repair to 2 horizontal tears; 18th century ownership signature on endpaper. Philadelphia James Carey, 1796. Fourth American edition of the second cookbook printed in America. Included are recipes for making domestic wines, various bills of fare, and a proper arrangement of dinners, two courses, for every month of the year. Evans 30168;.....