Collector book and first edition of this great author from the kitchens of the Rothschilds where he was a pupil of Louis Haas and who made an incredible career with the Emperor of Germany, King William and Queen Augusta of Prussia.
This book is the counterpart of "la cuisine artistique" when it comes to pastry and confectionery.
He was appointed cook of the Embassy of Austria-Hungary, located at the Hotel Matignon in Paris at the time of the First World War. Magnificent -
Urbain-Dubois - Grand Livre des Pâtissiers et des Confiseurs - 1883 - Volume 1 alone -
347 pages + table.
Binding in good condition, volume is its half green cardboard binding, covers and spine in good condition, restored binding with part of the original spine bearing the gilded title and volume numbers -
Interior in decent condition despite some old moisture traces visible on almost the entire volume (see photos), more or less important at the beginning, middle or end of the book, marbled endpapers, volume adorned with 38 superb engraved plates and a frontispiece double plate depicting the large buffet -
- Aantal boeken
- Geïllustreerd, Koken, eten en drinken
- Auteur/ Illustrator
- Grand Livre des Patissiers et des Confiseurs
- Publicatiejaar oudste item.
- Eerste druk
- Oorspronkelijke taal
- Harde kaft
- 31×25 cm