THE NET BOOK AGREEMENT 1899 AND THE BOOK WAR 1906-1908; TWO CHAPTERS IN THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK TRADE, INCLUDING A NARRATIVE OF THE DISPUTE BETWEEN THE TIMES BOOK CLUB AND THE PUBLISHERS' ASSOCAITION BY EDWARD BELL. Sir Frederick Macmillan.

THE NET BOOK AGREEMENT 1899 AND THE BOOK WAR 1906-1908; TWO CHAPTERS IN THE HISTORY OF THE BOOK TRADE, INCLUDING A NARRATIVE OF THE DISPUTE BETWEEN THE TIMES BOOK CLUB AND THE PUBLISHERS' ASSOCAITION BY EDWARD BELL.

  • Glasgow: The University Press, 1924.
  • 8vo.
  • boards, paper spine label.
  • (viii), 81+(1) pages.

Price: $35.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 55644

First edition. "This is a full, if biased, account of the affair ..." - (Myers British Book Trade, p. 223). One of the key monographs on this volatile and embittered period of British publishing. Interesting copy as it has the following inscription "H. Holt, June '24." With a printed presentation card from author pasted to the free endpaper. Spine label chipped and covers rubbed around edges.