Primitive Money in Its Ethnological, Historical and Economic Aspects
Eyre & Spottiswoode
Octavo. xii,517pp. Light green cloth in original dust jacket. At the time of publication this was the first considerable monograph on the subject of primitive money. It is the outcome of P. Einzig's conviction that the importance of the early stages in the evolution of a generally accepted monetary system has not been sufficiently considered either by economic historians or by anthropologists and least of all by pure economists. Tail of spine slightly bumped. Dj spine sunned and slightly stained. Tight copy with dust jacket in good+, binding in very good, interior in near fine condition.
Edition: Reprint (Second Impression)
Book ID: 28563