Here's a fun, old wheel, chock full of old-style cocktails and little drunken quips for each one. Published in London in the 1930s, this wheel is ten inches in diameter and in fair shape. It's too bad the top of the bottle has been torn off.
I've never tried making any of these drinks. There are a number of them that include raw eggs. I can't imagine. For example, take the Egg Sherry, sure to appeal to the old Baroness in the corner with her lace shawl and gouty foot: 1 wine glass of sherry (!), ice and a raw egg. "Oh, Grandma! What big EYES you have!" Colonel Stoke-Pilkington might prefer a Golden Fizz: gin, powdered sugar, ice, soda water, and a raw egg. "Sweeten plenty -- this make Cane able."
There are even some slots to include your own recipes, provided you can write that small.
For me, I think I might try a Diamond Fizz: gin, lemon juice, sugar and champagne -- otherwise known as a French 75. "Watch your legs with this diamond!"