DescriptionWilliam Stanley Jevons. The Principles of Economics. London: Macmillan, 1905. First edition. From the James and Deborah Boyd Collection.
A Fragment of a Treatise on the Industrial Mechanism of Society and Other Papers.Octavo. xxviii, 273, 2 pages of publisher's ads. Publisher's full cloth ruled in blind on covers. Gilt titles and ruling on spine. Covers and extremities rubbed and slightly soiled at edges. Corners bumped. Spine slightly soiled with loss of gilt. Top edge has debris, occasionally at top margin. Some pages still unopened. Front endpaper has owner's signatures and small rectangular excision. Pages and endpapers with very light foxing. Otherwise, generally very good.
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