Merchantville, N.J. Joel Horner & Son, Grape Vines, Small Fruits, Etc. [circa 1888]. Broadside. Measuring 13" x 14". Light old folds, a few dark stains, a very good example. Advertisement with a large woodcut of two lush bunches of grapes. A very uncommon, and conceivably unique broadside: we had a....
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(Hammondsport, New York: The Taylor Wine Company, 1935). 16mo. 16, pp., illustrated in color. Stapled illustrated wrappers. Modest age-toning on the wrappers, near fine. Attractively illustrated pamphlet of cocktail recipes with appropriately frigidly named cocktails: Snowshoe Cocktail, Reindeer Punch, Ski Flip, Toboggan Slide, Skaters' Special, etc. OCLC locates a single...
[Wiesbaden?]: Hotel Schwarzer Bock, [circa 1950?]. Single thin card leaf folded to make four pages, with illustration of a goat proffering a cocktail on the front wrap. Rubberstamped addition of two drinks: "Christmas Drink" and "Karl's Special," and two neat ink amendments to the prices (on two of the three...
(Turin: Pedro Domecq , S.A., 1970). First edition. Text in English. Folio. Illustrated with tipped in plates. Fine in fine dustwrapper. One of 30,000 copies.
Pittsburg: Duquesne Brewing Compnay of Pittsburg. Approximately 4" x 6", die-cut into the shape of a beer keg. 40pp. Printed wrappers of thin card. Very faint stains on a few leaves, very good or better. Includes 97 old favorites bith patriotic and drinking songs. OCLC locates no copies,
Chicago: Albert Whitman Co., 1945. First edition. 12mo. 46, pp. Illustrated in color. Illustrated cloth. Small stamp of a Pennsylvania grammar school on front fly, cloth rubbed along the bottom extremities, a very good copy. Book prepared for children in the Easy Sciences Series.
New York: National Distillers Products Corporation, (1940). Fourth edition. 12mo. 56pp. Color illustrations. Near fine in wrappers with light soiling. A reference guide to serving alcohol.
New York: Jack Kriendler Memorial Foundation, Inc., 1950. First edition. Quarto. Very good with lightly stained boards, without dustwrapper as issued. A vivid portrayal of a unique institution by a distinguished group of authors, artists and celebrities. Issued on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of "21," in memory of...
(New York and Paris): M. Lehmann Inc., (1955). First edition. Pictorial cream wrappers. Crease on front wrapper, modestly age-toned wrappers with corners lightly bumped, still a near fine copy.
New York: Schenley Products, (1936). 1936 edition. Tall 16mo. 34, pp. Illustrated with vignettes. Printed wrappers. Top corner bumped, a very good copy.
[No place]: U.S.S. Chester, 1946. Mimeographed programs consisting of one leaf folded to make four pages with illustration of the U.S.S. Chester on the cover. Cheap paper is age-toned, tears at the edge of the spine fold, else very good. Program for both morning and evening religious services of January.....
New York: National Souvenir Co., [circa 1925]. A noisemaker consisting of a 9" wooden paddle, affixed with two wooden balls attached to a strip of flexible metal. When shaken, the balls knock against the paddle, making an annoying "clacking" sound. The metal band is very slightly rusted, else the noisemaker...
(New York: William E. Rudge, 1942). First edition. Oblong folio. Unpaginated. Glazed boards with embossed gold medallions. Illustrated. Bookplate front pastedown, light rubbing to the boards, a near fine copy. Celebratory company history. Scarce.
[No place]: Arkansaw Club Bar, [no date - circa 1910?]. One printed card leaf folded to make four pages. Slightly mis-folded, and a bit of foxing, very good. A list of barrel and case goods offered, with prices. "Money must accompany all orders. Every drop of whiskey is strictly guaranteed...
(New York: Schieffelin & Somerset Co., 1997). Tri-fold pamphlet printed on both sides. Fine. Promotional pamphlet for Scots Fest '97.
New York: Angostura-Wuppermann Corporation, (1945). Second edition. Stapled stiff printed wrappers. 32mo. 95, (1)pp. Some rubbing, and a slight crease on the front wrap, a nice and sound, very good copy. Originally published in 1941 and reprinted many times, this is an early edition.
(New York: Rums of Puerto Rico, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, 1956). First edition. Stapled wrappers. 24pp. Corners creased, else very good. "Compliments of Ronrico, Best Rum-Bar None" stamped inside front wrap. Recipes using rum for drinks and meals.
Pittsburgh: Challinor-Dunker Company, 1920. First edition. 16mo. pp. Illustrated wrappers. Faint bend on front wrap, near fine. Humorous illustrations of drunken people.
New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., (1989). First edition. Folio. Glossy wrappers. Illustrated. Just about fine. Large images of classic posters devoted to wines and spirits.
[No place]: U.S.S. Chester, 1946. Two mimeographed programs. Each consisting of one leaf folded to make four pages; each with illustration of the U.S.S. Chester on the cover. Cheap paper is age-toned else near fine.1. Church on the "Searoad" Aboard the U.S.S. Chester. Program for both morning and evening religious.....
[No place]: California State Printing Office, 1954. First edition. Octavo. 32pp. Stapled orange printed wrappers. Modest age-toning, very good or better.
[No place]: California State Printing Office, 1950. First edition. Octavo. 31, pp., one photographic illustration. Stapled printed white wrappers. Modest age-toning, very good or better.
San Pedro: 1975. Small quarto. Wrappers. Illustrated from black and white photographs. Text in Spanish. Near fine with modest soiling on the front joint.
New York: Atheneum, 1984. First edition. Octavo. 364pp. Orange cloth boards. Near fine with faint stains along the page edges in an about near fine lightly age-toned dustwrapper with some rubbing and edge wear.
New York: David McKay, (1960). First edition. Octavo. 210pp. Foreword by Morris Fishbein, M.D. A little darkening to the gutter, a very good or better copy in price-clipped very good dustwrapper with small nicks and tears, mostly at the spinal extremities. Ex-James Gabler. Gabler G7012.