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Economic Development in the Nineteenth Century: France, Germany, Russia, and the United States

by L. C. A. Knowles

Condition: Good Plus/Fair

London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1964 Binding is black cloth with gilt lettering on the spine; 368 pages including the index. Some mild shelfwear; stains on the opening and closing pages where a previous owner taped a polythene cover to protect the dj. There is also a mark where an inscription or name has been rubbed off the opening page. The dj has some light edgewear and a vertical one inch closed tear down the right hand side of the top of the spine, but has no missing pieces apart from being price-clipped.


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