Retail Credits and Collections : Modern Principles and Practice
New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1919.
First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Good with no dust jacket. Item #9685
Library REBIND in hardcover, library stamps/marks/labels/slip, UNDERLINING and margin notes, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.; "As long as a credit system is a great convenience to the customer - so much so that it increases the volume of business, and likewise the turnover, in all but cut-rate store, it will result in enough larger profits to the store to more than make up for its cost and any loss entailed. In other words, credit is like advertising or window displays or good store cleanliness and attractiveness. It costs money, but it is a good investment. It pays." First Edition, Harper code "M-S" [December 1918], of this early post-World War One handbook on consumer finance by retailers. ; Harper's Retail Business Series; Ex-Library; xiv, 249 pages.