FREE TRADE IN BOOKS, A STUDY OF THE LONDON BOOK TRADE SINCE 1800.
Barnes, James J.
First edition. Contains information on the first major conflict between the Booksellers Association and some private booksellers and publishers. Two of these outspoken individuals were Dickens and Gladstone. Largely devoted to the book trade organization and resale price maintenance after 1800. With the bookplate and pencil signature of Gavin Bridson. Bookplate removed from front pastedown.
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> BOOK SELLING, NINETEENTH CENTURY
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> PUBLISHING HISTORY, NINETEENTH CENTURY
> PUBLISHING HISTORY, TWENTIETH CENTURY
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> from the collection of Gavin Bridson
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> Unwin, David, FIFTY YEARS WITH FATHER, A RELATIONSHIP
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BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA ET PHILIPPINA
A massive collection of books and manuscripts concerning Americana, being catalogues 429, 432, 442 (missing last leaf), 465, 479, 496, 502 and 549. Lacking Part VIII which was devoted to Brazil. Wrappers worn and detached on some volumes.