Karl Marx: Capital, Volume I,II and III.
BookMarx, Karl. Capital, Volume I,II and III. All 3 volumes by Karl Marx, Edited By Frederick Engels. Translated from The First German Edition by Ernest Untermann. Published by Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Company. 1909-1910. Hardcover, blindstamp rule borders to covers, spines ruled and lettered gilt. Capital Vol I: The Process of Capitalist Production. Vol. II: A Critique of Political Economy, 618 pp - Vol. III: The Process of Capitalist Production as a Whole, 1048 pp. with index . Untermann was the first American translator of Marx, and the first translator into English of Volumes II and III. Volume I is dated 1910 (first published by Kerr in 1906), volume II 1909 and volume III 1910. His edition is based on the definitive Engels edition of the complete work, A clean tight copy slight foxing to text pages. Former owner name on one volume. Vol. II frontpiece spine gutter cracked but pages still intact. Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ tall. Structurally sound. Rubbing to edges and some marks to covers. A very good set. First complete English translation of Marx's Das Kapital, Overall Very Good condition. Only Capital, Volume I was published in Marx's lifetime (1867) , but Marx died in 1883 before completing the manuscripts for Capital, Volume II and Capital, Volume III. His friend and collaborator Friedrich Engels edited and published Vol. II and Vol. III as the work of Marx. Ref: Printing and the Mind of Man, 359.
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