New York: Jack Kriendler Memorial Foundation, 1950. Illus., some in color. 220pp. 4to, red cloth, corners lightly bumped, spine and edges rubbed. New York: Jack Kriendler Memorial Foundation, 1950. Thru which is presented a vivid portrayal of a unique institution -- by a distinguished group of authors, artists and celebrities.
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Kentucky: Ancient Age Distilling Co. Poster. Original Serigraph. Measures 22" x 13.75". This vintage c.1968 Mardi Gras parade schedule was published by Ancient Age Distilling Co. of Frankfort, Kentucky. Lists schedule from Saturday, February 17 to Tuesday, February 27. The first parade listed for February 17 is the Pandora, Mecca and Helios. The parades listed for the last day, February 27 include the Fast Walking Club, Rex, Comus, and Zulu Parade. The poster promotes the Ancient Age Bourbon whiskey "If...
Norwalk: Easton. Illustrated in color. Very thick 8vo, pictorially gilt stamped brown leather. Norwalk: Easton Press. A fine copy aside for one very small bump to bottom edge of back board. Sealed in original shrink-wrap. "A stunning illustrated reference to the wines of the world...This insightful guide takes you beyond the initial taste to give you history, anecdotes, facts, and tasting notes on a thrilling variety of the world's greatest wines. From the old and rare Bordeaux of France to.....
Leeds: Waddington, 1935. Bright color illustrations. 22pp. pictorial wrappers, re-bound in batik boards. (Leeds: John Waddington), 1935. Parodies and imitations of verses and scenes from "Alice in Wonderland" issued to promote Guinness stout. Lovett & Lovett 1124. Scarce,
London: Sampson Low, Marston & CO. Illustrated in black and white. 230 pages (unopened), large 8vo, orange cloth (soiled and with dampstain to lower edge of back cover). London: Sampson Low, Marston & CO (no date). A good copy.
Boston: David R. Godine, 1987. Photographs by Michel Guillard. Profusely illustrated in color and black & white. 190pp. 4to, cloth, dust wrapper; cloth corners lightly bumped & d.w. has edge-wear and a small tear. Boston: David R. Godine, (1987). First U.S. Edition. Very good.
New York: The Cary Printing Company, 1917. Original poster. Lithograph. 15.5 x 19 inches. Rendered in black and white and in a style imitating an artist's sketch, this poster features a woman sipping a drink from a straw. Facing her, across the ocean, Europe is under a dark cloud labeled 'War'. Ships are diverted from carrying soldiers and supplies to provide sugar for her drink. Good condition, and is a wonderful document for anyone interested in World War I or American heritage.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1984. Profusely illustrated, mostly in black and white. 223 pages, 4to, green boards, dust wrapper. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1984. A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.
New York: Coward McCann, 1930. Woodcut illustrations by John Held, Jr. Slim 8vo, cloth-backed boards (edges rubbed; spine faded; upper boards darkened; paper spine label chipped). New York: Coward McCann, 1930. First Edition. A good copy. Humorous stories, poems & cocktail recipes.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1971. Profusely illustrated, mostly in color. 272 pages. 4to, green cloth, d.w. . New York: Simon and Schuster, 1971. Fine.
London: Samuel Leigh, 1815. Copperplate frontispiece and 10 plates, some folding (edges of frontispiece and half title are rough). Small 8vo, xxiv + 261 pages and 4 pages of advertisements, rebound in 3/4 tan calf, red leather spine label. London: Samuel Leigh, 1815. Seventh edition enlarged and improved. a very good copy.
New York: Doubleday, 1925. Illustrated throughout with color & in black & white by Edward A. Wilson. 4to, handsomely rebound in 3/4 blue morocco, red leather spine label, marbled boards, t.e.g. New York: Doubleday, 1925. First Edition. Fine.
New York: Doubleday, 1925. Illustrated throughout in color & in black & white by Edward A. Wilson. 4to, vellum backed brown boards with pictorial medallion in gilt; corners bumped. New York: Doubleday, 1925. Limited first edition. No 171 of 200 numbered copies in a deluxe binding printed on special rag wove paper and signed by the three authors & the illustrator. Fine, in a worn board slipcase.
New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1888. 87p., square 16mo, pictorial wrappers. N.Y.: Funk & Wagnalls, 1888. Temperance songs, with words & music. Scarce.
New York: Arco Publishing Company, Inc., 1973. Illustrated in black and white. 112 pages, slim 4to, brown cloth, dust wrapper (small damp stain at foot of wrapper spine). New York: Arco Publishing Company, Inc. 1973. A fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
London: Richard Bentley, 1866. 2 volumes. xii + 324 and x +320 pages, 12mo, 3/4 leather over original pebbled cloth; about 1.5 inches of leather missing from head of spine of volume I, covers light worn both volumes; three pages 63/64, 107/108, 203/204 from volume I have large pieces cut out. London: Richard Bentley, 1866. First edition. Notwithstanding significant flaws, a very good(-) copy.
Brussels: Trommer and Staeves. Original lithograph. Poster. Backed on linen. Image measures 63.5 x 43.75". This oversize poster extravagantly advertises the Belgian brewery of Hahnen-Brau. Subtitled "in tasting," the image likens the pleasure of imbibing their beverage to the joy of a sunrise. Horn in hand, a winged maiden announces the triumphant appearance of the sun behind her. Her call is echoed by the puffed-up rooster, the brand's namesake, a rooster, which graces the emblem at the peak of the...
New York: Hermes House, 1999. Illustrated in color. 512 pages, thick 4to, glossy pictorial boards, dust wrapper. New York: Hermes House, (1999). A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Very small remainder mark on bottom page edge.