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1936 Old Mr. Boston Official Bartender's Guide (3rd Printing)

Sale price $112.41 Regular price $169.98

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1936 Old Mr. Boston Official Bartender's Guide. This vintage mixology book was original printed in 1935; this is the 3rd printing (1936). Truly a cool antique book, hard-bonded with gold script, 160 pages filled with vintage cocktail recipes (i.e. sours, toddies, highballs, punches, slings, and more as well as a vintage glassware guide/index in the back).

Condition: Good condition for 80+ years old. The leather is a a deep maroon and the gold embossed lettering is in good condition. There is wear to the exterior edges of the book's hardcover (please see photo #9 as an example/reference). You can see the book's interior binding when you open the hardcover (see photo #6) but the binding is tight overall. All pages are in very good condition. In short, this antique book is in good condition and shows some signs of age. Truly a cool vintage cocktail guide.

Measurements: 7 1/4" tall by just under 5" wide

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