Lot 72 of 373:
Four Attractive Drinks Books  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$450
$300 - $500

Four Volumes on Drink

Various Authors

Various Places


Various Dates


First Editions.

  • Bleth, George & J. Mitchell Fain. Household Guide to Wines and Liquors. 48 pp. Pictorial wrappers. (Fine). [NY: Bellson Syndicate, 1934].
  • Victor Pollack Printing Co. Recipes for Famous Cocktails. Pictorial wrappers. (Good). San Francisco: c.1930's.
  • Davies, Frederick & Seymour. Drinks of All Kinds, Hot and Cold, for All Seasons. Cloth, jacket. (Mild soiling to jacket, else very good & sharp). London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, 1929. 
  • Moore, Helen Watkeys. On Uncle Sam's Water Wagon: 500 Recipes for Delicious Drinks which can be Made at Home. Cloth. (Discoloration to cloth; foxing, else good). NY: G.P. Putman's, 1919.

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