Currency

Currency (Total Items 17, Showing: 1 -> 8)

A letter addressed to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, &c. &c. late chairman of the Committee of Secrecy,
TURNER, Samuel, A letter addressed to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, &c. &c. late chairman of the Committee of Secrecy, London: printed for the author, and sold by J. Asperne and J.M. Richardson; and J. Hatchard. 1819, An unaltered reprint of the 1st ed. of the same year.
ID No: 25772
195.00
A letter to the Editor of the Edinburgh Weekly Journal, from Malachi Malagrowther, Esq. on the proposed change of currency,
SCOTT, Sir Walter,, A letter to the Editor of the Edinburgh Weekly Journal, from Malachi Malagrowther, Esq. on the proposed change of currency, Edinburgh: William Blackwood. 1826
ID No: 25269
525.00
A report containing an essay for the amendment of the silver coins.
LOWNDES, William,, A report containing an essay for the amendment of the silver coins. London, printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd; printers to the Kings most excellent Majesty. 1695, First, and only early, edition.
ID No: 28415
295.00
A report containing an essay for the amendment of the silver coins.
LOWNDES, William,, A report containing an essay for the amendment of the silver coins. London, printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd; printers to the Kings most excellent Majesty. 1695, First, and only early, edition.
ID No: 28524
295.00
A second letter to the Rt. Hon. Frederick J. Robinson, President of the Board of Trade;
CURRENCY,, A second letter to the Rt. Hon. Frederick J. Robinson, President of the Board of Trade; London: 1821
ID No: 29147
75.00
Although in the year 1801 it was judged necessary, under the then existing circumstances,
MALTA,, Although in the year 1801 it was judged necessary, under the then existing circumstances, [Valetta] By Command of His Excellency the Civil Commissioner, dated 21st October, 1806
ID No: 26873
250.00
An attempt to explain from facts the effect of the issues of the Bank of England upon its own interests, public credit, and country banks.
MUSHET, Robert, An attempt to explain from facts the effect of the issues of the Bank of England upon its own interests, public credit, and country banks. London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1826
ID No: 28839
725.00
Considerations on the state of the currency.
TOOKE, Thomas, Considerations on the state of the currency. London: John Murray, 1826
ID No: 25581
350.00