Indian Currency and Banking Problems.Ramchandra Govind & Son, Bombay , 1917 Stock Code: 82678
NotesFirst edition, first impression, presentation copy, inscribed by Tannan on the front free endpaper, "With the compliments of the author, M L Tannan". This is one of the earliest comprehensive works on Indian currency and banking, written for the educated layman and including sections on general monetary and banking principles, historical and modern currency, the effects of the war on Indian financial institutions, proposals for a gold currency, the organisation of Indian banks, and proposals for a state bank. It is rare: only ten copies are recorded in Worldcat.
Octavo. original red cloth, titles to spine and upper board gilt.
A little rubbed at extremities, spine faded, upper joint starting. A very good copy.
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