TRADER VIC'S BARTENDER's GUIDE rare vintage collectible

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  • Item Category: Alcohol & Smoking
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 14,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
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You are bidding on a vintage TRADER VIC'S BARTENDER'S GUIDE, written by Trader Vic himself! (Victor Bergeron)

Hardcover with Dust Jacket, revised edition, 1972, 434 pages. Doubleday and Company.

Trader Vic is the inventor of the famous MAI TAI, and in this book, he includes the story of how he created and named it! :)

This book features over 1000 recipes for drinks, including 143 Trader Vic original exotic mixed drinks!

Pictures include Trader Vic's unique drinking glasses, which are highly collectible today! (See pictures)

The book is in good used condition, considering its age! No ripped, torn or missing pages. Dust jacket has some tears along the edges due to shelf wear and age.

This book is a MUST HAVE for every TRADER VIC fan or collector!

A perfect accompaniment for your Trader Vic memorabilia!!

We've recently retired from work, sold our large home 'up north' and relocated to a newer, smaller home in Florida!! Now we're LOADED to the ceiling (literally!!) with boxes and boxes and boxes of good stuff that we simply don't have the room for in our new place!! :) So it's time to DOWNSIZE - big time!! Keep your eyes on our auctions for the next few months!! Even WE don't know what we'll find as we settle into our new home and unpack these boxes!!

Shipping will be $3.75 for Media Mail with Delivery Confirmation, packaged in a rigid book box for safe arrival at your door!

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