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The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain  [ Complete in 3 Volumes ] by Floud Roderick [ Edited By ] - Hardcover - 2004 - from George Jeffery Books and Biblio.com

The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain [ Complete in 3 Volumes ]

by Floud Roderick [ Edited By ]

Condition: Very Good


Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Complete in 3 volumes. Volume 1. Industrialisation, 1700-1860. Volume 2. Economic Maturity, 1860-1939.Volume 3. Structural Change and Growth, 1939-2000. Books measure 10 x 7 inches. Bound in original publishers black cloth, gilt lettering. Bindings lightly rubbed, residue of sellotape or glue on base of spine. Bindings in good clean firm condition. Internally, very occasional library stamp or mark, [ about 10 to each volume ]. Pages clean and bright throughout. A nice clean set. . Very Good. 8vo.
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