20 volumes of National Monetary Commission Publications (1911) on Banking: 1. Interviews on Banking in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; 2. Financial Laws of the United States 1778-1909; 3. Digest of State Banking Statutes; 4. Banking in the United States Before Civil War; 5. The National Banking System; 6. Clearing Houses and Credit Instruments; 7. State Banks, Trust Companies and Independent Treasury System; 8. The English Banking System; 9. Banking in Canada; 10. The Reichsbank and Renewal of its Charter; 11. Articles on German Banking and German Banking Laws; 12 & 13. The German Bank Inquiry of 1908, Part I & II; 14. The Great German Banks; 15. Banking in France and the French Bourse; 16. Banking in Belgium and Mexico; 17. Banking in Sweden and Switzerland; 18. Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan; 19. Administrative Features of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems; 20. Miscellaneous Articles: Address by Senator Aldrich, Discount System in Europe, Bank Acceptance, Credit of Nations, Trade Balance of the United States, Bank Loans and Stock Exchange Speculation. Nelson Aldrich, Charles Ferraris, Tito Canoval, A. W. Flux, Charles A. Conant, E. Vidal, Maurice Patron, Andre Liesse, J. Reisser, Joseph French Johnson, R. M. Breckenridge, H. S. Foxwell, Eugen Philippovich, R. H. Inglis Palgrave, Hartley Withers, George B. Barnett, David Kinley, J. G. Cannon, G. M. W. Sprague, A. D. Noyes, Andrew Mac Farland Davis, Robert E. Chaddock, J. T. Holdsworth, David R. Dewey, Samuel A. Welldon.
20 volumes of National Monetary Commission Publications (1911) on Banking: 1. Interviews on Banking in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; 2. Financial Laws of the United States 1778-1909; 3. Digest of State Banking Statutes; 4. Banking in the United States Before Civil War; 5. The National Banking System; 6. Clearing Houses and Credit Instruments; 7. State Banks, Trust Companies and Independent Treasury System; 8. The English Banking System; 9. Banking in Canada; 10. The Reichsbank and Renewal of its Charter; 11. Articles on German Banking and German Banking Laws; 12 & 13. The German Bank Inquiry of 1908, Part I & II; 14. The Great German Banks; 15. Banking in France and the French Bourse; 16. Banking in Belgium and Mexico; 17. Banking in Sweden and Switzerland; 18. Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan; 19. Administrative Features of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems; 20. Miscellaneous Articles: Address by Senator Aldrich, Discount System in Europe, Bank Acceptance, Credit of Nations, Trade Balance of the United States, Bank Loans and Stock Exchange Speculation
20 volumes of National Monetary Commission Publications (1911) on Banking: 1. Interviews on Banking in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; 2. Financial Laws of the United States 1778-1909; 3. Digest of State Banking Statutes; 4. Banking in the United States Before Civil War; 5. The National Banking System; 6. Clearing Houses and Credit Instruments; 7. State Banks, Trust Companies and Independent Treasury System; 8. The English Banking System; 9. Banking in Canada; 10. The Reichsbank and Renewal of its Charter; 11. Articles on German Banking and German Banking Laws; 12 & 13. The German Bank Inquiry of 1908, Part I & II; 14. The Great German Banks; 15. Banking in France and the French Bourse; 16. Banking in Belgium and Mexico; 17. Banking in Sweden and Switzerland; 18. Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan; 19. Administrative Features of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems; 20. Miscellaneous Articles: Address by Senator Aldrich, Discount System in Europe, Bank Acceptance, Credit of Nations, Trade Balance of the United States, Bank Loans and Stock Exchange Speculation
20 volumes of National Monetary Commission Publications (1911) on Banking: 1. Interviews on Banking in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; 2. Financial Laws of the United States 1778-1909; 3. Digest of State Banking Statutes; 4. Banking in the United States Before Civil War; 5. The National Banking System; 6. Clearing Houses and Credit Instruments; 7. State Banks, Trust Companies and Independent Treasury System; 8. The English Banking System; 9. Banking in Canada; 10. The Reichsbank and Renewal of its Charter; 11. Articles on German Banking and German Banking Laws; 12 & 13. The German Bank Inquiry of 1908, Part I & II; 14. The Great German Banks; 15. Banking in France and the French Bourse; 16. Banking in Belgium and Mexico; 17. Banking in Sweden and Switzerland; 18. Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan; 19. Administrative Features of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems; 20. Miscellaneous Articles: Address by Senator Aldrich, Discount System in Europe, Bank Acceptance, Credit of Nations, Trade Balance of the United States, Bank Loans and Stock Exchange Speculation
20 volumes of National Monetary Commission Publications (1911) on Banking: 1. Interviews on Banking in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; 2. Financial Laws of the United States 1778-1909; 3. Digest of State Banking Statutes; 4. Banking in the United States Before Civil War; 5. The National Banking System; 6. Clearing Houses and Credit Instruments; 7. State Banks, Trust Companies and Independent Treasury System; 8. The English Banking System; 9. Banking in Canada; 10. The Reichsbank and Renewal of its Charter; 11. Articles on German Banking and German Banking Laws; 12 & 13. The German Bank Inquiry of 1908, Part I & II; 14. The Great German Banks; 15. Banking in France and the French Bourse; 16. Banking in Belgium and Mexico; 17. Banking in Sweden and Switzerland; 18. Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan; 19. Administrative Features of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems; 20. Miscellaneous Articles: Address by Senator Aldrich, Discount System in Europe, Bank Acceptance, Credit of Nations, Trade Balance of the United States, Bank Loans and Stock Exchange Speculation
20 volumes of National Monetary Commission Publications (1911) on Banking: 1. Interviews on Banking in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; 2. Financial Laws of the United States 1778-1909; 3. Digest of State Banking Statutes; 4. Banking in the United States Before Civil War; 5. The National Banking System; 6. Clearing Houses and Credit Instruments; 7. State Banks, Trust Companies and Independent Treasury System; 8. The English Banking System; 9. Banking in Canada; 10. The Reichsbank and Renewal of its Charter; 11. Articles on German Banking and German Banking Laws; 12 & 13. The German Bank Inquiry of 1908, Part I & II; 14. The Great German Banks; 15. Banking in France and the French Bourse; 16. Banking in Belgium and Mexico; 17. Banking in Sweden and Switzerland; 18. Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan; 19. Administrative Features of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems; 20. Miscellaneous Articles: Address by Senator Aldrich, Discount System in Europe, Bank Acceptance, Credit of Nations, Trade Balance of the United States, Bank Loans and Stock Exchange Speculation
20 volumes of National Monetary Commission Publications (1911) on Banking: 1. Interviews on Banking in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; 2. Financial Laws of the United States 1778-1909; 3. Digest of State Banking Statutes; 4. Banking in the United States Before Civil War; 5. The National Banking System; 6. Clearing Houses and Credit Instruments; 7. State Banks, Trust Companies and Independent Treasury System; 8. The English Banking System; 9. Banking in Canada; 10. The Reichsbank and Renewal of its Charter; 11. Articles on German Banking and German Banking Laws; 12 & 13. The German Bank Inquiry of 1908, Part I & II; 14. The Great German Banks; 15. Banking in France and the French Bourse; 16. Banking in Belgium and Mexico; 17. Banking in Sweden and Switzerland; 18. Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan; 19. Administrative Features of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems; 20. Miscellaneous Articles: Address by Senator Aldrich, Discount System in Europe, Bank Acceptance, Credit of Nations, Trade Balance of the United States, Bank Loans and Stock Exchange Speculation
20 volumes of National Monetary Commission Publications (1911) on Banking: 1. Interviews on Banking in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; 2. Financial Laws of the United States 1778-1909; 3. Digest of State Banking Statutes; 4. Banking in the United States Before Civil War; 5. The National Banking System; 6. Clearing Houses and Credit Instruments; 7. State Banks, Trust Companies and Independent Treasury System; 8. The English Banking System; 9. Banking in Canada; 10. The Reichsbank and Renewal of its Charter; 11. Articles on German Banking and German Banking Laws; 12 & 13. The German Bank Inquiry of 1908, Part I & II; 14. The Great German Banks; 15. Banking in France and the French Bourse; 16. Banking in Belgium and Mexico; 17. Banking in Sweden and Switzerland; 18. Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan; 19. Administrative Features of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems; 20. Miscellaneous Articles: Address by Senator Aldrich, Discount System in Europe, Bank Acceptance, Credit of Nations, Trade Balance of the United States, Bank Loans and Stock Exchange Speculation
20 volumes of National Monetary Commission Publications (1911) on Banking: 1. Interviews on Banking in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; 2. Financial Laws of the United States 1778-1909; 3. Digest of State Banking Statutes; 4. Banking in the United States Before Civil War; 5. The National Banking System; 6. Clearing Houses and Credit Instruments; 7. State Banks, Trust Companies and Independent Treasury System; 8. The English Banking System; 9. Banking in Canada; 10. The Reichsbank and Renewal of its Charter; 11. Articles on German Banking and German Banking Laws; 12 & 13. The German Bank Inquiry of 1908, Part I & II; 14. The Great German Banks; 15. Banking in France and the French Bourse; 16. Banking in Belgium and Mexico; 17. Banking in Sweden and Switzerland; 18. Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan; 19. Administrative Features of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems; 20. Miscellaneous Articles: Address by Senator Aldrich, Discount System in Europe, Bank Acceptance, Credit of Nations, Trade Balance of the United States, Bank Loans and Stock Exchange Speculation

20 volumes of National Monetary Commission Publications (1911) on Banking: 1. Interviews on Banking in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; 2. Financial Laws of the United States 1778-1909; 3. Digest of State Banking Statutes; 4. Banking in the United States Before Civil War; 5. The National Banking System; 6. Clearing Houses and Credit Instruments; 7. State Banks, Trust Companies and Independent Treasury System; 8. The English Banking System; 9. Banking in Canada; 10. The Reichsbank and Renewal of its Charter; 11. Articles on German Banking and German Banking Laws; 12 & 13. The German Bank Inquiry of 1908, Part I & II; 14. The Great German Banks; 15. Banking in France and the French Bourse; 16. Banking in Belgium and Mexico; 17. Banking in Sweden and Switzerland; 18. Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan; 19. Administrative Features of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems; 20. Miscellaneous Articles: Address by Senator Aldrich, Discount System in Europe, Bank Acceptance, Credit of Nations, Trade Balance of the United States, Bank Loans and Stock Exchange Speculation

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1911. Hardcover. 20 volumes of publications, with title pages vols. 1-20, of the National Monetary Commission, all bound in black half leather gilt, each hundreds of pages in length, some with folding charts and tables, mainly good to very good, leather a little dry and some rubbing and crazing to spine, corners, joints, but generally a nice clean set, with previous owner's name in gilt at bottom of each spine: Paul M. Robinson, a prominent banker from Clarksburg WV. Created in 1908, the National Monetary Commission, led by Senator Nelson Aldrich, surveyed banking practices in Europe and learned how efficient and progressive such banks were in relation to US banks. The commission led to modernization of the American banking system and was directly responsible for the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. There were additional publications produced by the NMC including specific recommendations for legislation and banking reform. To repeat the titles: 1. Interviews on Banking in England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; 2. Financial Laws of the United States 1778-1909; 3. Digest of State Banking Statutes; 4. Banking in the United States Before Civil War; 5. The National Banking System; 6. Clearing Houses and Credit Instruments; 7. State Banks, Trust Companies and Independent Treasury System; 8. The English Banking System; 9. Banking in Canada; 10. The Reichsbank and Renewal of its Charter; 11. Articles on German Banking and German Banking Laws; 12 & 13. The German Bank Inquiry of 1908, Part I & II; 14. The Great German Banks; 15. Banking in France and the French Bourse; 16. Banking in Belgium and Mexico; 17. Banking in Sweden and Switzerland; 18. Banking in Italy, Russia, Austro-Hungary, and Japan; 19. Administrative Features of National Banking Laws and European Fiscal and Postal Savings Systems; 20. Miscellaneous Articles: Address by Senator Aldrich, Discount System in Europe, Bank Acceptance, Credit of Nations, Trade Balance of the United States, Bank Loans and Stock Exchange Speculation. Good. Item #B36635

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