Offered for sale by: Carrick White Ltd

Frederick W Hackwood Inns, Ales & Drinking Customs of Old England , London: Bracken Books, 1985.

Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall How many doors were there in Valhalla? What is a fuddling cup? Where is the highest inn in England? What is the origin of the drink punch and what are its ingredients? Full of history, anecdote, quotation, folklore, fact & fancy from the earliest tabernae of Roman Britain right through to Victorian times. HB. Black boards with gilt lettering to spine. Some browning to pages edges only visible when book shut. 392 pages incl. index. DJ unclipped. Book tight and clean. . (Book ref. 002566 )  £ 17.00

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Offered for sale by: Carrick White Ltd
Contact: Barry M Carrick-White
Address: Beechcroft
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Phone: 01503 265348
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