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Exploring One of those Lesser Paths” of  History
One Hundred Illustrations”
(A Treasury of Pub Signs).  Larwood, Jacob, & John Camden Hotten. The history of signboards, from the earliest times to the present day... sixth edition. London: John Camden Hotten, 1867. 8vo (18.8 cm, 7.4"). Col. frontis., x, 536 pp.; 19 plts.
$200.00
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Waes Hael” IndeedIn a Nicely “Thematic” Binding by Amy Richards
Chase, Edithe Lea, & W.E.P. French.  Waes Hael, the book of toasts; being, for the most part, bubbles gathered from the wine of others' wit, with here and there, an occasional humbler globule believed to be more or less original. New York: Grafton Press, 1904. 8vo (19.8 cm, 7.75"). 303, [1] pp.
$30.00
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WHO Gets the BEER & Why?
(Dunsinnan vs. Ramsay).  Broadside.  Begins: “Information for William Nairn of Dunsinnan, commissar clerk of Edinburgh, against Mr. David Ramsay writer to the signet....”[Edinburgh, ca. 1710]. Folio (31.2 cm, 12.35"). [2] pp.
$850.00

Legal Aid for theEnglish Beer Industry
Great Britain. Laws, statutes, etc., 1760-1820 (George III). Anno regni Georgii III...undecimo.... [An Act for Granting a Bounty upon the Importation of White Oak Staves, and Heading, from the British Colonies or Plantations in America....] London: Pr. by Charles Eyre and William Strahan, 1771. Folio. [1] f., pp. 1227-1234.
$175.00

Kay's Improved & Enlarged Edition of
theUniversal Receipt Book
  [A Best-Selling How-To Guide]
Mackenzie, Colin.  Mackenzie's five thousand receipts in all the useful and domestic arts: Constituting a complete practical library ... A new American, from the latest London edition. With numerous and important additions generally; and the medical part carefully revised and adapted to the climate of the U. States; and also a new and most copious index. By an American physician. Philadelphia: James Kay, Jr. & Bro., and Pittsburgh: C.H. Kay & Co., (© 1829). 8vo (22 cm, 8.6"). 456 pp.; illus.
$160.00
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Cookery, & aSTAGGERING Array of Other Stuff
A Society of Gentlemen in New-York [Alsop, Richard].   The universal receipt book, or, complete family directory; being a repository of useful knowledge in the several branches of domestic economy; containing scarce, curious, and valuable receipts, and choice secrets. New York: I. Riley (Pr. by Van Winkle & Wiley), 1814. 12mo (17.3 cm, 6.8"). [2], 284 pp.
[SOLD]
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