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Set of Eight National Monetary Commision Volumes
Washington - National Monetary Commission, 1911 Book. VERY GOOD INDEED. Hardcover. A set of eight scarce volumes printed by the American National Monetary Commission, in uniform binding. Part of a sixty-one volume set. Dealingwith the banking and economies of Europeprior to theFirst World War, the works are particularly interesting given the outbreak of the conflict in the following years, with the mislead and futilerivalries held betweenvarious nations making a huge impact upon their spending and economies. Alsoincluded here is a section onJapan, who werethen reeling still from the Russo-Japanese War. An interesting document from an American perspective, and from a position of neutrality that was dearly held in the country before their first intervention in European matters in theimminent war. The full list of worksincluded here are as follows:Volume V - The National Banking System by Andrew Macfarland Davis, A. D. Noyes and O. M. W. Sprague Volume X - The Reichsbank and Renewel of its CharterVolume XII - The German Bank Inquiry of 1908 Part OneVolume XIII - The German Bank Inquiry of 1908 Part TwoVolume XV - Banking In France and The French Bourse by Andred Liesse, Maurice Patron and E. VidalVolume XVII: Banking in Sweden and Switzerland by A. W. Flux and Julius Landmann Volume XVIII: Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan by Tito Canovai and Carlo F. Ferraris Volume XIX: Administrative Features Of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems by J. O. Manson Condition: In uniform cloth binding with gilt detailing. Externally smart, the … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
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