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The English Cookery Book: Collected by a Committee of Ladies Routledge 1859

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Product description

The English Cookery Book: Uniting A Good Style with Economy, and Adapted to all persons in Every Clime; Containing many Unpublished Receipts in Daily Use by Private Families, Collected by a Committee of Ladies, and Edited by J.H. Walsh

1859 2nd edition hardback
In original green and red morocco binding with gilt frontboard
The spine board is regretfully missing with the frontboard become detached.
The rear remains attached.
Boards are in very good condition with edge wear commensurate to age.
There is a faded owner inscription on the internal frontispiece and an old recipe attached to one of the introductory pages
Pages remain tight and intact with the usual browning and occasional light foxing commensurate to age.
Illustrated
Considerably priced higher on some booksites, the book price is highly attractive taking account of age and condition

Item details

Author(s):
J H Walsh
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
12 x 17 cm
Edition:
1859
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
375
Publisher:
Routledge

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The English Cookery Book: Uniting A Good Style with Economy, and Adapted to all persons in Every Clime; Containing many Unpublished Receipts in Daily Use by Private Families, Collected by a Committee of Ladies, and Edited by J.H. Walsh

1859 2nd edition hardback
In original green and red morocco binding with gilt frontboard
The spine board is regretfully missing with the frontboard become detached.
The rear remains attached.
Boards are in very good condition with edge wear commensurate to age.
There is a faded owner inscription on the internal frontispiece and an old recipe attached to one of the introductory pages
Pages remain tight and intact with the usual browning and occasional light foxing commensurate to age.
Illustrated
Considerably priced higher on some booksites, the book price is highly attractive taking account of age and condition

Author(s):
J H Walsh
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
12 x 17 cm
Edition:
1859
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
375
Publisher:
Routledge

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