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SODDY, Frederick.

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Item Description: 1931. Hardback. (The New Library of New Ideas. No. 4.) 121pp portrait, Elkin Mathews & Marot, London 1931. Very good copy in slightly snagged dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # HALL508318

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Soddy, Frederick

Published by Elkin Matthews & Marrot, London (1931)

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Item Description: Elkin Matthews & Marrot, London, 1931. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good-. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition. Moderate rubbing to boards. Spine cloth rubbed and darkened. No signatures. Minor pencil marginalia.; 121 pages + portrait frontispiece + [7] pages advertisements. Red cloth boards. Page dimensions: 165 x 103mm. Contents: The New Economics; Money, Wealth and Debt; What is Modern Money?; Virtual Wealth; How a Nation can be made Wealthy; Other Proposals; International Economics; Practical Measures; Democracy; Name Index; Subject Index. Frederick Soddy (1877-1956) won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1921 for his work on radioactivity and isotopes.; 16mo. Bookseller Inventory # 15731

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SODDY, Frederick

Published by Elkin Matthews, London (1931)

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Item Description: Elkin Matthews, London, 1931. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. (The Library of New Ideas No. 4). 121pp. The binding is firm and tight. The covers are very clean and bright. There is a small ownership inscription to the front free end-paper, but no other markings to the interior or exterior. The dust-wrapper, which is complete and NOT price-clipped, is very clean and bright. A superb copy. FINE/FINE-. Bookseller Inventory # 000957

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Frederick Soddy and John Cranston

Published by Elkin, Mathews & Marrot, London (1931)

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Item Description: Elkin, Mathews & Marrot, London, 1931. Hardback. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Small HARDBACK in JACKET 1931. Clean & tight. No inscriptions. Bright jacket is complete with a little wear at spine ends. Jacket is now under clear removable covers. Sent RECORDED NEXT WORKING DAY OR SOONER securely boxed in cardboard. Ref GAT89. Money versus man: A statement of the world problem from the standpoint of the new economics (The library of new ideas No. 4). Bookseller Inventory # 029196

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Soddy, Frederick

Published by New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., (1933). (1933). (1933)

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Item Description: New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., (1933). (1933)., 1933. Book Condition: Good. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., (1933). (1933). Good. - Octavo, brown cloth titled in yellow on the spine, in a printed yellow dust wrapper. The head and tail of the book's spine are slightly bumped and the edges of the bottom corners slightly rubbed. The dust jacket is soiled and its spine is darkened with minor chips to the corners and head of the jacket's spine. 121 pages. There is some offsetting to the endpapers and minor foxing to the top corner of the last few leaves. The top edge is soiled. Very good in a good dust wrapper. First American edition. The English economist and scientist, Frederick Soddy (1877-1956) won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry on 1921."This is a primer of the famous scientist's 'new economics.' For years Professor Soddy has brilliantly attacked the great paradox of modern money: our increasing mastery over nature and wealth production as opposed to our growing demoralization in the face of finance." -- Quoted from the dust wrapper blurb. Bookseller Inventory # 24255

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Il Foro Bonaparte : un'utopia giacobina a: Scotti Tosini, Aurora

Scotti Tosini, Aurora . ; Antolini, Giovanni Antonio, c1753-1841. ; Oechslin, Werner. ; Robert Scott; Franco Maria Ricci, Laura Casalis, Silvia Fois, Fotoincisioni Bassoli, Grafiche Milani, Gruppo Ferruzzi ; [art, Felice Giani Giuseppe Camporesi Domenico Lucchi Hubert Robert Feliz Albites Alessandro Emanuele Marvuglia Domenico Santi Giovanni Lazarini Fernando Bonsignore Jacques-Louis David Giacomo Pinchetti Franz Hogenberg Giovanni Battista Clarici Arcangelo Lavelli Adele Chavassieu d'Houdebert Domenico Aspari Vincenzo Magnani Vincenzo Berenzi Paolo Bargigli Andrea Appiani Luigi Rados Giuseppe Pistocchi Giuseppe Longhi A-G-L Boucher-Desnoyers Luigi Canonica Francisco Rosaspina Luigi Cagnola Gaspare Gallinari Gaetano Berettini Alois Schmid]

Published by Milano : Franco Maria Ricci, 1989 (1989)

ISBN 10: 8821601269 ISBN 13: 9788821601262

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Item Description: Milano : Franco Maria Ricci, 1989, 1989. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Limited Edition. [1st edition, 1st printing] ; Limited edition No. 4832 of 5000 (as stated on colophon) ; 301 p. (some folded) : chiefly color illustrations, maps, plans ; 30 cm. ; ISBN: 8821601269; 9788821601262 ; LC: NA9072.M55; Dewey: 711.5 ; OCLC: 23695425 ; text in Italian and English. ; Issued in Montedison-designed slipcase. ; black silk, with hand-laid paper ; photographic plate paste-down on front cover ; decorative black endpapers ; signed card of Montedison Director General Carlo Maria Columbo, laid in ; publisher Franco Maria Ricci initialled quality control card, laid in ; Design, Franco Maria Ricci, Laura Casalis; Grafica, Silvia Fois; Fotolito : Fotoincisioni Bassoli, Fotolito Storti, Milano; Stampa, Grafiche Milani ; Gruppo Ferruzzi ; "Edison was established in 1884 in Milan as a power utility. In 1966, Edison merged with Montecatini, to create Montedison"-wikipedia ; 'In 1801, Antolini was hired during the short-lived Repubblica Cisalpina to complete a massive plan for the center of Milan, a project later taken over by Napoleon and called the Foro Bonaparte. The city was designated the capital of Napoleonic Italy in 1805, and the Foro Bonaparte was part of a larger redevelopment project that consisted of cutting wide roads through the medieval center and constructing monumental government buildings and shopping areas that linked together the major neighborhoods of the city. The Foro was to be located in the area around the Castello Sforzesco.and Napoleon ordered the outer walls of the Castello to be updated with an ordered classical arrangement and a temple facade plan. Encircling this area Antolini designed 12.buildings to include a theater, museum, bathhouse and stock exchange.the plan was scaled down due to its high cost by Luigi Canonica in 1802."--Allison Lee Palmer ; Contents (English) : The publisher to the reader -- The Foro Bonaparte, a Jacobin utopia in Milan -- The first plans for the Foro Bonaparte (1801) -- La Bastiglia di Milano, un audace impresario, L'amico Sommariva -- The drawings of the Foro Bonaparte -- Designing the city : The 1801 Economic and Political Plan -- An architect for the Republic amid Doric and Freemasonry -- A man from the Romagna at the court of Pope Pius VI, The Doric comes to Faenza, The advantages of Freemasonry -- The Marengo column, A discussion with the First Consul, The schemings of the Commission -- Contrasting Pistocchi, Rectangle versus circle, A project in progress -- Enter the military, The astute Canonica, A question of money -- From project to model, The Description of the Foro Bonaparte -- Opposition to Antolini, the Letter from Citizen X to a friend -- Barabino, Canonical, Rossi : plans for the modification of the Foro Bonaparte -- Milan, Archivo Storico Civico Fin-de-siecle projects -- From utopia to bourgeoisie, Fin-de-siecle in Foro Bonaparte ; color tipped-in plates, 18 fold-out plates, several in full color ; artwork by Felice Giani, Giuseppe Camporesi, Domenico Lucchi, Hubert Robert, Feliz Albites, Alessandro Emanuele Marvuglia, Domenico Santi, Giovanni Lazarini, Fernando Bonsignore, Jacques-Louis David, Giacomo Pinchetti, Franz Hogenberg, Giovanni Battista Clarici, Arcangelo Lavelli, Adele Chavassieu d'Houdebert, Domenico Aspari, Vincenzo Magnani, Vincenzo Berenzi, Paolo Bargigli, Andrea Appiani, Luigi Rados, Giuseppe Pistocchi, Giuseppe Longhi, A.-G.-L. Boucher-Desnoyers, Luigi Canonica, Francisco Rosaspina, Luigi Cagnola, Gaspare Gallinari, Gaetano Berettini, Alois Schmid, Cesare Beruto, Pietro Gadda, Giuseppe Pirovano, Enrico Combi, Giovanni Giachi, A, Bellani, Romeo Botelli, and Luigi Montini ; a beautifully produced publication ; " (This volume is part of a special edition reserved for Montedison, and was printed in an edition of 5000 numbered copies under the direction of Franco Maria Ricci, Milan, in October 1989. The typeface used is Bodoni. The handmade paper was laid by Cartiere Miliani di Fabriano) ; fading spots to slipcase spine, else AS NEW/FINE. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 006521

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