Stokes, Anson Phelps.


A plan by which gold and silver together, at ratios always based on their relative market values, may be made the metallic basis of a sound, honest, self-regulating and permanent currency, with out frequent recoinings, and without danger of one metal driving out the other. G. P. Putnam’s Sons 1896.
5th Ed. xxii + 255pp. Some light browning, black lettered red cloth, spine faded and sl. bumped. Inscribed to front free end paper ‘To Geoffrey Probert Esq. with regards of Anson Phelps Stokes’ Further inscribed ‘To I.R.H.C. P[robert] I have found this book which should be ‘passed to you’ was Godfather Anson’s theory as good as his practice? Gof’ With the armorial bookplate of Probert of the Argeod.
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