WINE, PROHIBITION, WOODCUTS WINE MAKING FOR THE AMATEUR, BY R. SELDEN ROSE, LIMITED FIRST PRINTING NO. 136 OF 515 COPIES. A PROHIBITION ERA BOOK ON WINE MAKING PUBLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES IN 1930
Robert Selden Rose wrote this title in 1930, during the height of Prohibition, to aid Bacchus Club Members in producing, "a wine which will be sound and palatable after a purely natural fermentation, with a minimum of expense, labor, and aging." (from Summary). Wine making is explained throughout 12 chapters and a hundred pages, including four beautiful full page woodcut illustrations. First Printing limited to 515 copies, this one numbered 136.Wine Making for the Amateur, By R. Selden Rose, First Printing (136 of 515) New Haven, September, 1930 Printed for Members of The Bacchus Club. Quarto, brown boards, cloth spine with paper title on spine. Boards with wear and bumped corners, title on spine has some chipping along with fraying to spine ends. 100 clean numbered pages, colophon page in rear. Overall in good condition.
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