The Antiquity, Honor and Dignity of Trade, Particularly as Connected With the City of London; Written by a Peer of England, and addressed to his Youngest Son, as an Inducement to Follow a Mercantile Concern.


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Place Published: Westminster
Publisher: Machell Stace
Date Published: 1813

Description: Extra illustrated with 34 fine copper engravings, mainly portraits. Several of the plates are waterstained. 65 pages of text including the index. Slim 4to, full burgundy straight grained morocco, gilt and blind stamping on the spine and covers, gilt inner dentelles, extremities darkened, a.e.g. Westminster: Machell Stace, 1813. Very good (+).

Edition: First
Binding: hardcover
Condition: very good(+)
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 226834

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By This Author: CAULFIELD, James
By This Publisher: Machell Stace
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