Lot 72 of 302:
A Collection of Statutes Relating to the Excise Upon Liquor 1737  

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Title:
A Collection of All the Statutes Now in Force, Relating to the Excise Upon Beer, Ale, and Other Liquors: With an Abridgment of the Said Statutes, and a Table of the Rates Upon Several Liquors, &c. Shewing by What Acts They Are Imposed: to Which is Added, a Table of Allowances for Common Brewers, &c

Author:
Great Britain

Place:
London

Publisher:
Printed by J. Baskett, for J. and R. Tonson

Date:
1737

Description:

[16], 735, [91] pp. With printed marginalia, tables. 20x12 cm (8x5") period calf, raised spine bands, morocco spine label lettered in gilt.

Scarce volume of detailed and annotated documents concerning excise tax on liquor sales in Britain. This edition not found at OCLC.


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Condition:
Some wear and scuffing to leather, rubbing to extremities; front free endpaper excised, early ownership signature, toning to endpaper edges; very good.


 
Item number:
301322a
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