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A Little Bit of History, Some Appreciations and a Selection of Stories by the Chairman and His Friends

WAS £100.00 £50.00

Product description

A 1927 collection of notable historical reviews and articles about Simpson's Fish Ordinary restaurant, and a selection of the then-current Chairman's best humorous stories/jokes. Simpson's Fish Ordinary restaurant was established in 1723 and is still extant as Simpson's Tavern, situated on Ball Court in London. This book is very scarce.

Condition: Covers very shelfworn and creased with severe foxing but no notable tears; staples in spine are rusted. Foreedges uncut, pages badly foxed but all clearly readable and binding is tight.

Item details

Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
8vo - 8 - 10
Edition:
1927
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Simpson's Fish Ordinary
Title:
A Little Bit of History, Some Appreciations and a Selection of Stories by the Chairman and His Friends

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About this item

A 1927 collection of notable historical reviews and articles about Simpson's Fish Ordinary restaurant, and a selection of the then-current Chairman's best humorous stories/jokes. Simpson's Fish Ordinary restaurant was established in 1723 and is still extant as Simpson's Tavern, situated on Ball Court in London. This book is very scarce.

Condition: Covers very shelfworn and creased with severe foxing but no notable tears; staples in spine are rusted. Foreedges uncut, pages badly foxed but all clearly readable and binding is tight.

Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
8vo - 8 - 10
Edition:
1927
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Simpson's Fish Ordinary
Title:
A Little Bit of History, Some Appreciations and a Selection of Stories by the Chairman and His Friends

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