Published by J. & J. Colman, Norwich, 1926
Soft cover. Condition: Fair. Gilroy, J. (illustrator). Undated, date given is an estimate only. Soft covers, now detached from text block and separated into front and back pieces, creased and marked with small pieces missing to corners. Pages a little foxed and creased with one closed tear to spine, some illustrations coloured, staples rusty.
Published by Published for the Mustard Club by J. & J. Colman [c1925], Norwich, 1925
Softcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Illustrated by Gilroy, J. (illustrator). First Edition. Foxing to wrappers. Creasing to corner of last two leaves and rear wrapper. Some staining to rear wrapper. Spine rubbed. Staples rusted. ; 32 pages. Yellow, red, purple and black illustrated wrappers. Page dimensions: 203 x 150mm. The text was prepared by Dorothy Sayers while she was working for Benson's. Contents: Fish Stories by Miss Di Gester; In Praise of Pig by Lord Bacon; Mutton and Beef by the Baron de Beef; Fair Game and Fowl by Augustus Gusto; Good Cheese and Good Cheer by Signor Spaghetti; Sandwiches by the Mustard Club's Travelling Correspondent; Sauces of Domestic Happiness by Lady Hearty; Pickles by One of Them: Master Mustard. ; 8vo.
Published by London, 1926
First Edition. (Norwich J & J Colman [undated] circa 1926. First Edition. A softcover. Illustrations by J Gilroy. 16 leaves stapled at fold, enclosed in bright, coloured, illustrated papers covers depicting officers of the Mustard Club. On the back cover are the Rules of the Mustard Club. According to Colman's, Sayers prepared this book whilst she was a copywriter at S H Benson's in London. Many of the recipes were concocted by her husband (Mac Fleming) who wrote under the pseudonym "Gourmet" for the Evening News and Sunday Chronicle in London. This a good only copy (with staples rusted in the middle resulting in the middle section of pages becoming slightly loose). The corners and edges are bumped. Photographs/scans available upon request.