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Paris, France: Flammarion, 1928. Second-hand hardcover. Ali-Bab (pseud). Gastronomie Pratique: etudes culinaires suivies du traitment de l'obesite des gouirmands - Septieme Ed. Flammarion: Paris 1928. 4to lg HC Cloth Bds 1281pp VG/- edges marked, front hinge , bds lightly scuffed
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