How common are these? I just found one at a car boot, owned by the lady of a biggish (5 servants) house, dated around 1860.
Is this mega rare, and deserves to be in a museum, rare-ish, or dirt common?
I'm trying to decide what to do with it. My options are currently
* donate to museum (if rare)
* from on eBay (if fairly rare)
* keep (if common)
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40/- freeholder wrote:Certainly not dirt common. They crop up fairly regularly in the specialist cookery booksellers catalogues. Give a shout if you put it on Ebay.
I didn't know there was such a thing as specialist cookery booksellers. Thank you!
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