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Auction archive: Lot number 51

Cookery & other recipes.- Bragge family (of Sadborow Hall, Dorset) [Collection of recipes], manuscript, [c. 1750].

Estimate
£1,000 - £1,500
ca. US$1,281 - US$1,922
Price realised:
n. a.
Auction archive: Lot number 51

Cookery & other recipes.- Bragge family (of Sadborow Hall, Dorset) [Collection of recipes], manuscript, [c. 1750].

Estimate
£1,000 - £1,500
ca. US$1,281 - US$1,922
Price realised:
n. a.
Beschreibung:

Cookery & other recipes.- Bragge family (of Sadborow Hall, near Thorncombe, Dorset) [Collection of recipes], manuscript, 109pp., and 4pp. index at front, index and first 18pp. first 11ff. slightly water-stained not affecting legibility, slightly browned, three large foxing spots on last 2ff., original marbled wrappers, slight water-stain on upper cover, rubbed, faded and creased, lettered direct "Cookery Book" on upper cover, folio, [c. 1750]. ⁂ Recipes include: "A Carraway Cake - My Mama"; "To make a Cake Lady Plymouth's Way"; "To make Primrose Wine"; "Turkey a la Dobbe"; "Rasberry Brandy"; "The Nagoue... Take 4 spoonfuls of french Claret and thicken it with flour..."; "A Lark Pye - Withers"; "Dr Meads Bitters"; "Orange Marmalet"; "To make Pastasha Cream"; "To thicken the hair"; "Bitters Sr Edward Hulse [Sir Edward Hulse, first baronet (1682-1759), physician]"; "For a Dropsy Mrs Smith"; "To brew small Beer - Mrs Bere"; "To make the Best Raisin Wine - Mrs Smith"; "To make a fanchurch Pudding"; "To make Shrub" etc. Provenance: Matthew Bragge, a local clothier bought Sadborow in 1576. The present house was built between 1773 and 1775 by John Johnson, for John Bragge and cost £2,589 2s 4½ d. The estate was sold in 1923 when the last member of the family, Captain John Bragge died in 1922.

Auction archive: Lot number 51
Auction:
Datum:
27 Mar 2020
Auction house:
Forum Auctions
4 Ingate Place
London, SW8 3NS
United Kingdom
[email protected]
+44 (0) 20 7871 2640
Beschreibung:

Cookery & other recipes.- Bragge family (of Sadborow Hall, near Thorncombe, Dorset) [Collection of recipes], manuscript, 109pp., and 4pp. index at front, index and first 18pp. first 11ff. slightly water-stained not affecting legibility, slightly browned, three large foxing spots on last 2ff., original marbled wrappers, slight water-stain on upper cover, rubbed, faded and creased, lettered direct "Cookery Book" on upper cover, folio, [c. 1750]. ⁂ Recipes include: "A Carraway Cake - My Mama"; "To make a Cake Lady Plymouth's Way"; "To make Primrose Wine"; "Turkey a la Dobbe"; "Rasberry Brandy"; "The Nagoue... Take 4 spoonfuls of french Claret and thicken it with flour..."; "A Lark Pye - Withers"; "Dr Meads Bitters"; "Orange Marmalet"; "To make Pastasha Cream"; "To thicken the hair"; "Bitters Sr Edward Hulse [Sir Edward Hulse, first baronet (1682-1759), physician]"; "For a Dropsy Mrs Smith"; "To brew small Beer - Mrs Bere"; "To make the Best Raisin Wine - Mrs Smith"; "To make a fanchurch Pudding"; "To make Shrub" etc. Provenance: Matthew Bragge, a local clothier bought Sadborow in 1576. The present house was built between 1773 and 1775 by John Johnson, for John Bragge and cost £2,589 2s 4½ d. The estate was sold in 1923 when the last member of the family, Captain John Bragge died in 1922.

Auction archive: Lot number 51
Auction:
Datum:
27 Mar 2020
Auction house:
Forum Auctions
4 Ingate Place
London, SW8 3NS
United Kingdom
[email protected]
+44 (0) 20 7871 2640
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