Catalog Record: Gold and debt; an American hand-book of finance, with over eighty tables and diagrams illustrative of the following subjects: the dollar and other units; paper money in the United States and Europe; gold and silver in the United States and Europe; suspensions of specie payments; the era of gold; values of the precious metals; the era of debt; the rise and fall of prices; also, a digest of the monetary laws of the United States | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Gold and debt; an American hand-book of finance, with over eighty tables and diagrams illustrative of the following subjects: the dollar and other units; paper money in the United States and Europe; gold and silver in the United States and Europe; suspensions of specie payments; the era of gold; values of the precious metals; the era of debt; the rise and fall of prices; also, a digest of the monetary laws of the United States. By W. L. Fawcett.

Main Author: Fawcett, W. L.
Language(s): English
Published: Chicago, S.C. Griggs and company, 1877.
Subjects: Finance > United States.
Money > History.
History.
Physical Description: 270 p. incl. tables. 3 fold. diagr. 20 cm.
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