New York, NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1970. Hard Cover. As. Volume 1 is from the Nineteenth Printing, October, 1970. Volume 2 was published in October 1970 and is a 1st printing. Volume 1 has wear and scuffing, some discoloration, fading to spine. Text is crisp and clean with the occasional food stain. Very Good / Good.
Denmark, ME: Denmark Extension, 1985. First Edition. Second Printing. 126 pp. 8vo. Yellow paper covers, two loose rings serve as the binding for this cookbook highlighting the cooks and recipes of Denmark, Maine. Sligh wear to covers, on front ring has pulled loose from the cover. Clean within. Very Good.
Boston - New York: Little, Brown, and Co., 1904. Hard Cover. First Edition. 289 pp. + 12 pp. advertising. Many b/w ills. Front cover is stamped with light green rules, has design of food and cooking utensils surrounding a green banner frame with gilt lettering. Signed in lower left corner. Similar rules, design, and gilt lettering on spine. A little light edgewear at spine ends. Corners lightly bumped. Top edge soiled; a few marks on other edges. Eps have previous ownership in ink on ffep. Contents clean and tight, with an occasional small spot. Title page is chipped along edges, may have been re-glued, since frontis is not present. Penciled recipes on two back flyleaves. A split between the two suggests a missing leaf. A....
Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1955. Hard Cover. First Edition. First Printing. Scuffing to dust jacket, small tears and creasing at edges, small loses at head and foot of spine, dust jacket sunned at spine with water stain as well making barely readable, now in mylar cover. Red cloth covered boards and clean and crisp, light sunning at the very tip of head and foot of spine. Decorated endpapers with Molly's windowsill complete with two potted flowers and a steaming pie. Clean and crisp within. Very Good / Good.
Boston - New York: Munroe & Francis, 1836. Hardcover. Ninth Edition. 106 pp. Tan cloth cover is stained and soiled, with most of spine gone. Binding is holding. Front endpapers have previous owner's name in ink plus a few pencil marks. Newspaper clippings are pasted on both front endpapers. Back flyleaf has notes on recipes in both pencil and ink. Endpapers are foxed, as is most of the book. *ages still readable. Poor.