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Valuation. Its Nature and Laws. Being an Introduction to the General Theory of Value

by Urban, Wilbur Marshall

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London, Swan Sonnenschein, 1909, first ed. cloth, gold lettering on spine. 8vo. consciousness of value; theory of valuation; laws of valuation; simple appreciation; personal worths; synthetic preference; evaluation; fine copy of this classic work (no fading, no foxing, minor staines on spine)

  • Bookseller: Pallas Books Antiquarian Booksellers NL (NL)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 5090
  • Title: Valuation. Its Nature and Laws. Being an Introduction to the General Theory of Value
  • Author: Urban, Wilbur Marshall
  • Format/binding:Cloth, gold lettering on spine
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: London, Swan Sonnenschein, 1909, first ed
  • Pages: xviii+433 pp.
  • Size: 8vo



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