Lot 340 of 429:
Joyous Food History from 1911  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$36
Estimate:
$10 - $100

Title:
Good Cheer: The Romance of Food and Feasting
Author:
Hackwood, Frederick W.
Place:
London
Publisher:
T. Fisher Unwin
Date:
1911
Description:

Illustrated with numerous plates, including color frontis. Gilt-lettered & pictorially stamped blue cloth. First Edition. 

Over 400 pages of food history and culture, Roman banquets and food of the ancients to national cuisines and epicurean delights. 

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Minor sunning to spine and rubbing to spine ends, else very good and bright.
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Item number:
297199a
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