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CARLTON STRINGER

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"THESE ARE SLICK, RUN FOR THE SHAKER QUICK QUICK QUICK!": FIRST EDITION OF COCKTAIL PARADE, 1933

(STRINGER, Carlton). Cocktail Parade. Scarborough, N.Y. 1933.

First edition, first printing of Carlton Stringer's Prohibition-era work with timely recipes for cocktails such as the "Communist," "Inflated Silver," "Ward Eight" and much more, often highlighted with witty images and quips, along with over 15 full-page illustrations offering humorous advice—such as "Depression, suppression, forget it all now, Inflation, elation, to you, here's how," in bright original wrappers. $800.

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"COGNAC IS TO BRANDIES WHAT CHAMPAGNE IS TO WINES"

STRINGER, Carlton. Wines. Scarborough, N.Y. 1933.

First edition of Stringer's slim elegant work, issued in the last year of Prohibition, dedicated to helping Americans "gain the greatest appreciation of wine," with five full-page illustrations, in original silver-stamped wrappers. $550.

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