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Banking] Jackson, Charles C.
Has Gold Appreciated
Reform Club Sound Currency Committee, New York, 1895. A pamphlet discussing the value of gold and its effect on the value of standard money. By 1895, American gold reserves had dwindled as a result of the railroad boom and some subsequent bank failures. "The greatest improvement to be hoped for in our finances is the retirement of the legal tender paper issued by the Government, and the adoption of laws providing for issues of bank notes. The foundation of all [efforts] must be confidence in the stability of the value of standard money." Sml. 8vo, 31pp, orig. brown paper wraps, dusty and chipped, torn at back, internally clean. OCLC: 2720651 at 22 libraries. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA [Garrison, NY, U.S.A.]
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