Modern foreign exchange; an elementary treatise for the lay reader, by Franklin Escher.


New York, The Macmillan Company, 1932.

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Subjects Currency question.
Economic history -- 20th century.
Economic history.
Foreign exchange.
Gold.
Description xi pages, 1 leaf, 223 pages 20 cm
Copyright Date 1932.
Notes Special Collections copy (Reprinted 1933) From the library of Eleanor Lansing Dulles.
Special Collections copy Bound in navy blue cloth over boards; spine and cover lettered in gold. Front free endpaper has ink signature of Eleanor Lansing Dulles, August 1933, Philadelphia.
Also available on microform.
Contents Inter-country Debits and Credits -- The Bill of Exchange -- The Rate of Exchange -- Gold, The International Currency -- The Interrelation of Exchange Rates -- New York-The American Foreign Exchange and Discount Market -- Inter-Government Debts and Claims -- Government Control of Exchange Rates -- The Gold Standard -- Principal Monetary Units of The World.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)327284
(OCoLC)ocm00327284
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WorldCat Identities Escher, Franklin, 1881-
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