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Book Description
First edition of this study of the English wool trade, the traditional backbone of the economy, at a time when English wool manufacture was facing strong competition from the Dutch. The alnager, a position formally abolished under English law in 1699, was an officer appointed to examine woollen cloth and certify its quality.
Author S[MITH]., W.
Date 1656
Binding Early diced calf, probably late 18th-century, rebacked to style, marbled endpapers.
Publisher Printed by I. Grismond
Condition Boards bowed, rather closely trimmed, shaving some headlines, outer leaves somewhat toned, still a good copy.

Price: £1950.00

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