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Marx, Karl

Verlag: Hamburg, Verlag von Otto Meissner, 1872. (1872)

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Beschreibung: Hamburg, Verlag von Otto Meissner, 1872., 1872. Tit., 830 S., etw. spät. HLn., vord. Rckn.Gel. alt rest., NaV., tls. Anstr., tls. etw. stockfl. Ausgabe letzter Hand. [ Wirtschaftswissenschaft Sozialismus J| 1872 N| Karl Marx ] --. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 74447-4

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Das Kapital, Kritik der politischen Oekonomie. Vol.: MARX, Karl &

MARX, Karl & ENGLES, Friedrich

Verlag: Verlag Otto Meissner, Hamburg (1872)

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Beschreibung: Verlag Otto Meissner, Hamburg, 1872. Hardcover. Zustand: Very Good. 1st Edition. Das Kapital, Kritik der politischen Oekonomie. Vol. I: Der Produktionsprocess des Kapitals. Hamburg: Verlag Otto Meissner, 1872. [2], 830 pp. Vol. II: Der Zirkulationsprocess des Kapitals. Edited by F. Engels. Hamburg: Verlag Otto Meissner, 1885. xxvii [1], 526, [2] pp. 8vo (207 x 137 mm). Both volumes uniformly bound in contemporary half calf, spines with 4 raised bands, gilt decoated and gilt lettered (vol. I with head of spine partially chipped, light rubbing to extremities, rubbing to spine of vol. II), marbled edges. Text of vol. I with light marginal browning, scattered foxing and frequent pencil markings, vol. II little age-toned only and with no visible foxing. Provenance: bookplates of unknown owner to front pastedowns, one with motto "Aut mors aut vita decora". A very good set, rarely found in unform bindings. ---- PMM 359 (first ed. vol. I only); Rubel 633, 635-636 - SECOND EDITION of Vol. I and FIRST EDITION of Vol. II OF ONE OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL BOOKS OF THE MODERN ERA. Only the first edition of vol. I was published in Marx's lifetime; his friend and supporter Friedrich Engels edited and published volume II in 1885 and volume III in 1894. "The history of the twentieth century is Marx's legacy. Stalin, Mao, Che, Castro -- the icons and monsters of the modern age have all presented themselves as his heirs. Whether he would recognize them as such is quite another matter. Within one hundred years of his death half the world's population was ruled by governments that professed Marxism to be their guiding faith. His ideas have transformed the study of economics, history, geography, sociology and literature" (Wheen). Marx's great polemic was the summation of his quarter of a century of economic studies, mostly at the British Museum. - Visit our website for additional images and information. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 002863

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Das Kapital. Kritik der politischen Oekonomie. Erster: Marx, Karl.

Marx, Karl.

Verlag: Hamburg, Otto Meissner, 1867. (1867)

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Beschreibung: Hamburg, Otto Meissner, 1867., 1867. 8vo. XII, 784 pp. Slightly later half cloth with marbled covers. Stored in custom-made cloth case with gilt spine label. First edition: a fine copy of one of the most influential books ever published. The exceedingly rare first volume was the only one to be completed by Marx in his lifetime, while the second and third volumes were completed posthumously by Engels from Marx's papers (1885 and 1894). "The history of the twentieth century is Marx's legacy [.] Within one hundred years of his death half the world's population was ruled by governments that professed Marxism to be their guiding faith. His ideas have transformed the study of economics, history, geography, sociology, and literature" (Wheen). "Marx himself modestly described 'Das Kapital' as a continuation of his 'Zur Kritik der politischen Oekonomie', 1859. It was in fact the summation of a quarter of a century's economic studies, mostly in the Reading Room of the British Museum" (PMM). - Stamp of the Würzburg Volksbildungsverein on title page (slightly trimmed at bottom during rebinding ca. 1900). Occasional slight staining to edges near beginning, not touching text; a few pencil annotations by an economic scholar, ca. 1900. Altogether a tight, well-preserved specimen. PMM 359. Rubel 633. Wheen, Marx, p. 1. Books That Made Europe, p. 238. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 48322

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Marx, Karl.

Verlag: Hamburg, Otto Meissner, 1867. (1867)

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Beschreibung: Hamburg, Otto Meissner, 1867., 1867. 8vo (131 x 219 mm). Inscribed "Seinem Georg Eccarius / Lond. 18 Sept. 1867. Karl Marx" on verso of title, two small pencil corrections and one ink correction to text, presumably in the hand of Eccarius. Contemporary half calf. Stored in custom-made half morocco case. First edition. Inscribed four days after publication to the secretary general of the First International, Johann Georg Eccarius, "one of my oldest friends and adherents": the most important Karl Marx presentation copy ever to have come to the market. "Amongst the most influential pieces of writing in world history" (International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam), "Das Kapital" was the culmination of many years' work in the British Museum. This first volume was the only one published during Marx's lifetime, the later volumes, edited by Engels from the author's manuscript, appearing in 1885 and 1894. Marx's own annotated copy, along with the only surviving handwritten page of the Communist Manifesto, were inscribed on the prestigious UNESCO "Memory of the World Register" in 2013. - Johann Georg Eccarius (1818-89, also known as John George Eccarius) was a German emigré tailor and labour activist who joined the English branch of the League of the Just, a group of German artisans and professionals who had fled from Paris after the failure of the 1839 uprising. In 1846 Marx and Engels, then living in Brussels, were invited to join the League, which was in the process of evolving into the Communist League, and the following year they attended its second congress in London. It seems likely that Eccarius met Marx and Engels on this occasion, since he was in 1848 elected as member of the new three-man Central Committee of the League. A year later Eccarius co-opted Marx onto the same Committee (Marx later became President) and became his staunch supporter over the next 20 years. And it was Marx who gave Eccarius his first publishing opportunity: Eccarius's article on "Tailoring in London or the Struggle Between Large and Small Capital" appeared in the London magazine "NRZ Revue" in 1850. Marx helped him write the article, edited it, and probably formulated some of the passages - and then presented it to the public with a special blare of trumpets: "The author of the article is himself a worker in one of the London tailor shops. We ask the German bourgeoisie how many writers they have who are capable of comprehending the actual development in similar fashion [.] here a purely materialist and free conception, undistorted by emotional grumbling, confronts bourgeois society and its development" (quoted in: Hal Draper, Marx's Theory of Revolution, vol. II, 1978). - Throughout the 1850s Marx continued to encourage Eccarius, and to try and make sure his financial needs were met. Marx "in his personal relationships could exercise great tact and generosity [.] he even pawned Jenny's last coat to help Eccarius when he was ill" (David McLellan, Karl Marx. A Biography, 1973, p. 253). This bout of consumption, suffered by Eccarius in 1859, was described by Marx in a letter as "the most tragic thing I have yet experienced in London". Marx also paid Eccarius's rent at a time when when he had to give up tailoring due to bad health, and when three of Eccarius's children died of scarlet fever in 1862, it was Marx who organised an appeal to cover the funeral expenses. - In 1864 Eccarius attended the first meeting of the International Workingmen's Association, the "First International", and was nominated by Marx to speak on his behalf. Three years later, just before "Das Kapital" was published, Eccarius was elected the organisation's Secretary General. He had just written a series of articles in collaboration with Marx entitled "A Working Man's Refutation of Some Points of Political Economy Endorsed and Advocated by John Stuart Mill" (1866-67), much of which was on the subject of capital, labour and population. At the same time, Eccarius was one of those privileged enough to be shown p. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 46083

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