Coffee: Its History, Cultivation, and Uses.
Hewitt, Robert Jr.

New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1872. F 102 pages; color map of the coffee-growing areas of the world laid-in "A Chart of the Globe Showing the Several Places Where Coffee is or may be Produced and Where it is Also Used Together with the Telegraph Lines in operation or contemplated for completing the Circuit of the Globe" approx. 16" x 25" ; with a tissue-guarded chromolithographed frontispiece of a coffee plant in bloom, other black and white illustrations in the text; laid-in is receipt with vignetted billhead illustrations of two styles of coffee pots, to Jos. Heinrichs, general manager for the Bi-Metal and French Steam Coffee Pot Co. 1908; bound in the original light brown beveled-edge cloth covered boards, gilt and black decorated; binding with some edge, tips wear and soiling, spine ends chipped; map loosely laid-in, with a couple of closed tears along folds, no loss; contents in very good condition and good coffee and telegraph industry history of the latter third of the 19th century. Good Hardcover (Item ID: 19633)

$650.00

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