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CAPITALISM AND MATERIAL LIFE 1400-1800

Harper & Row, 1973. 1st U.S. edition. Full of information about the changing lives of ordinary people in the middle ages to the early period of industrialization. When did they begin to eat at tables? Where did the use of knives and forks commence? How did people keep warm? What did they wear, and how was it obtained? An analysis on the history of our material world with an economic perspective. Hardcover with dust jacket. 462 pages.


8vo. 462pp. hardcover with dust jacket in VG/VG condition. Pictorial dust jacket with a few small closed tears to extremities, back cover rubbed. Red cloth covered boards with shelfwear to bottom edges; corners slightly bumped. Text unmarked, binding sturdy. Close to 10 leaves of text with corners creased. First published 1967, translated from french to english by Miriam Kochan. Overall a very presentable copy. Spine is yellow with red text. Shelve economics.

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CAPITALISM AND MATERIAL LIFE 1400-1800
CAPITALISM AND MATERIAL LIFE 1400-1800
CAPITALISM AND MATERIAL LIFE 1400-1800
CAPITALISM AND MATERIAL LIFE 1400-1800
CAPITALISM AND MATERIAL LIFE 1400-1800
CAPITALISM AND MATERIAL LIFE 1400-1800
CAPITALISM AND MATERIAL LIFE 1400-1800
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