36 p. Two colour illustrations. Landscape format 12 x 18.5 cm. Printed wrappers, not stapled but sewn. Clean inside and out, an above average, very good copy. No edition statement. An early (first?) issue of this popular promotional cookery guide, without the American recipes found in some issues. It had reached its 5th edition by 1923. The family owned business amalgamated in 1921 with that of Henry Tate to become Tate & Lyle Ltd. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: Some every-day dishes. Being a number of ...
Editorial: London, The Company, [1910s].
Descripción Abraham Lyle & Sons, 1900. Paperback. Condición: Poor. Extremely scruffy copy, cover worn, marked, creased, some splitting to spine fold, name on front cover; page corners a little dog-eared, one page has an ink note; an obviously heavily used copy but still a sound copy. No date given, but as Lyle's merged with Tate in 1921, and this book has a recipe for 'German Rolls', I would suggest prior to 1914. Nº de ref. del artículo: 922870-36
Descripción Lyle's, London, 1111. paperback. Condición: Good. 10th Edition. 48mo Landscape. Wear to edges. Rusty staple. Soiling to covers. 2 colour plates. Some marking to pages. Nº de ref. del artículo: 500007122
Descripción Condición: Fair. B0037XJU6M A readable copy of the book. Fingermarks may be present. Page discolouration present. Slight creasing present. Cover has a large tear to back cover but is still intact. Previous owners name may be present. Nº de ref. del artículo: B0092612