Third Printing. Sextodecimo, original red cloth, original illustrated dustjacket. Quintessential publication of Prohibition era mixology, known for being the predecessor of the 1930 'Savoy' cocktail book, which copies many recipes verbatim. Includes the "FrankenJack," named after the well known New York speakeasy frequented by author Norman Hume Anthony. Another notable recipes include the "75 Cocktail" (which was renamed in Savoy as the "French 75"), a drink popular in post war Europe and used as a departure point for experimentation. Also contains the first American published mention of Cointreau, which wasn't internationally distributed until 1922. Near Fine in a Very Good dustjacket, with inch closed tear and accompanying creases to lower edge of front panel.