A supplement to A Treatise on Money.London, Adam and Charles Black, 1902 Stock Code: 134872
NotesFirst edition, first impression, of Nicholson's supplement to his Treatise on Money, a significant defence of bimetallism. The book was based on his lectures delivered to Scottish societies of accountants and bankers, and Nicholson writes that he hopes the subject matter will be "introductory and suggestive and such as may help to stimulate those engaged in practical business to a wider study of the principles and history of finance" (author's preface).
Octavo. Original blue cloth, spine and front cover lettered in gilt.
Light bumping and rubbing to extremities, minor foxing. A very good copy.
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