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Book Description
A TREATISE ON THE ART OF MAKING WINE FROM NATIVE FRUITS Exhibiting the Chemical Principles upon which the Art of Wine Making depends the Fruits best adapted for Home Made Wines and the Method of Preparing them by Fredrick Accum Second Edition 1823 Published in London in 1823 this is the second edition of Accum’s Treatise on the art of Wine Making, bound in the scarce original drab boards with paper spine title label, just under 8 inches tall, half title present, in original state with untrimmed pages, 92 pages plus XXIII page section at rear on poisons in food
Dealer Notes
the covers are rubbed and worn at edges with some loss to the original paper covering on the spine, internally some light foxing, mainly to outer page edges else in good original condition
Author Fredrick Accum
Date 1823
Binding original boards
Publisher Longman Hurst Rees &c
Condition Good

Price: £450.00

Offered by Andrew Cox

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