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1 Gray, Arthur The Little Tea Book
New York The Baker & Taylor Company 1903 Near Fine No Jacket Hood, George W. 
New York: The Baker & Taylor Company, 1903 99 pp with one B&W plate and B&W line drawings in text. Short quotes and essays on tea-drinking. Text is clean, tight and unmarked. Top pag edges gilt, front and lower edges untrimmed. Decorative cloth boards with a gold, black and maroon illustration of a cat watching a boiling kettle on the hearth are bright and clean, with a very light moisture ring just isable on front board. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket. Illus. by Hood, George W. 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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2 Owen, T.C. The Tea Planter's Manual.: with Coloured Lithographed Plans of an Iron, and a Wood-And-stone Tea Factory Drawn to Scale
Colombo, Sri Lanka A.M. & J. Ferguson 1886 Very Good No Jacket 
Colombo, Sri Lanka: A.M. & J. Ferguson, 1886 xxiii, 162 pp plus 16 pp of advertisements. Two large color folding plans for tea factories bound in to text. Plans have some splits along folds but are complete. Stamp of The Ceylon Association in London on front endpapers. Bound in a rust-colored textured hide with a calf quarter-binding, possibly later. Much-rubbed sticker on front board with title and a previous owner's name, Extremities are rubbed with loss of material. 16 pp of ads after text are for tea publications and tea-producing equipment. Worldcat lists an additional folding diagram but neither the prospectus nor index indicates that it was present and it is not present in this offering. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Ex-Library. 
Price: 345.00 USD
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3 Walsh, Joseph M. Tea-Blending as an Art
Philadelphia Henry T. Coates 1896 Good No Jacket 
Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates, 1896 151 pp with B&W illustrations in text. A discussion of thehistory of various types of teas as grown and their blending into the recognized teas with accomodation for the hardness of the local water, plus the 'art of keeping, selling and preparing tea.' and the economics of running a tea shop.Text is clean, tight and unmarked, slightly yellowed. Dark green cloth boards with silver-stamped titles have a few darker spots and spine is darkened. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. 6" x 8" 
Price: 195.00 USD
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