[Amsterdam] : Bank Mees en Hope & [Den Haag : Martinus Nijhoff],1974. Orig. cloth binding. Dustjacket, x,716 pp. Index. Ills. Very good copy. - Standard work on merchant banking, especially in the Baltic and on the Iberian Peninsula, in the last quarter of the 18th century untill the end of the Napoleontic era. Condition : . ISBN 9024716292[KEYWORDS: ECONOMICS, zdoos,*, monetary economics. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Titel: At spes non fracta : Hope & Co. 1770-1815 : ...
Buchbeschreibung s-Gravenhage-Groningen, Martinus Nijhoff-Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 1974. Original publisher's sewn yellow paperback, title spine and frontcover, thick large 8vo: frontispiece, viij, 716pp., illustrations [ & 20 portraits], graphs, appendices, sources, works cited, notes, index. Very fine copy. Artikel-Nr. 131727
Buchbeschreibung The Hague, Martinus Nijhoff, 1974. With plates and facsimilés. Cloth. With dustjacket. Hardbound. VIII, 715 pp. (A good copy). Hope & Co. is the name of a famous Dutch bank that spanned two and a half centuries. Though the founders were Scotsmen, the bank was located in Amsterdam, and at the close of the 18th century it had offices in London as well. The Hope archive (1725 -1940) is an important source for the history of Amsterdam and the Netherlands as the center of world commerce in the 18th century. In 1977 the archive was given to the Amsterdam City Archives, where it is now open to the public (booknr: 50478). Artikel-Nr. 50478