Buyers and sellers, Retail circuits and practices in mediaeval and early modern Europe

Bruno Blondé, Peter Stabel, Jon Stobart and Ilja Van Damme (eds.)

Title:Buyers and sellers, Retail circuits and practices in mediaeval and early modern Europe
Place:Turnhout, Belgium
ISBN:2503515800 (pbk.)


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