6 edition of Medals Concerning John Law And the Mississippi System (Numismatic Notes and Monographs) (Numismatic Notes and Monographs) found in the catalog.
May 30, 2006
by American Numismatic Society
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||300|
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[John W Adams] -- "John Law was a larger than life figure: a dissolute young rake, then in turn a professional gambler, a brilliant economic theorist, and finally a leading political figure. This book presents an up-to-date catalogue of the eighteenth-century medals, mostly satirical, referring to John Law and his financial system between and Many of the illustrated specimens are by the German medalist Christian Wermuth.
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The Medals Concerning John Law and the Mississippi System by John W. Adams avg rating — 0 ratings — published editor and MCA President John Adams presents a succinct but thorough history of John Law and his Mississippi System, and the most complete catalog of related medals published to date.
Many medals were issued during the period immediately before and after the failure of the title system, most of them satirical in nature. Most were created by German.
Medals Concerning John Law and the Mississippi System, published in The newest title has been enriched by the lifetime of dedication to the appreciation, preservation and study of historical materials that Anne Bentley brings to the table.
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John Law and the Mississippi Bubble: By Jon Moen. And, the economist Peter Garber believes that Law's system had more potential than is often believed.
The story of John Law and the Mississippi Company is as intriguing as any modern financial disaster. In the end, many of the new millionaires were financially destroyed. His body of research also includes The Medals Concerning John Law and the Mississippi System, which explores 17th century medals concerning Scottish economic theorist John Law’s failed attempt.
Value of John Law and the Mississippi Company Medal. John Law, a promoter of questionable speculative enterprises in the Americans for the French, is negatively depicted in this medal.
Obverse pictures Law himself, and around the image written, “Who, in this avarice, will allow himself to be carried away by this wind?” Law walks to the. Value of John Law and the Mississippi Company Medal. John Law, a promoter of questionable speculative enterprises in the Americans for the French, is negatively depicted in this medal.
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