University of Chicago Press, 1952. Soft cover. Cover is worn and tanned on edges, creased on corners, with sticker residue on front, but text and images are clear and legible. Binding is tight. Inside is clean and unmarked.More
Zindermans, 1969. Hard cover. Swedish edition.
Cover is tanned. Spine is lightly worn along edges. Spine is cracked, but all pages remain attached to binding. Inside pages are lightly tanned, but otherwise clean and unmarked.More
Almquist & Wiksells, 1958. Soft cover. Cover is heavily tanned and worn along edges. Spine is cracked. Front pages are soiled on bottom corners along book hinge. Last two pages are torn off book. Inside pages are otherwise unmarked.
Oxford: Oxford, 1936. Hardcover. Spine somewhat sunned, corners slightly bumped. Light underlining throughout in easily erasable blue pencil. Inscribed on front flyleaf by previous owner, Stanford economist Gerald Meier. Scarce copy of this minor classic on the history of the gold standard.More
Blackwell Science, 1995. Hard cover. Spine is lightly shaken, but binding is secure. Previous owner's ink signature on top corner of front end page. Pencil underlining on some pages. Inside pages are otherwise clean.More
Paris: Chez l'auteur, 1905. Hardcover. Cloth, 25 cm, 690 pages. + 9 pages. adverts. Good condition. Previous owner's ink stamp on front free endpaper. Advert pages browned and slightly ragged at fore edge.More
Wiley, 2006. Hard Cover. Cover is lightly soiled. Board corners and top and bottom edges of spine are bumped, but binding is tight. Ex lib book with usual markings. Main text is clean and unmarked.More