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Damme, Ilja

Modernity and the Second-Hand Trade

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Jon Stobart, Ilja Damme

Part I. The Nature of Second-Hand

2. What’s New? Legal Discourse on Second-Hand Goods in Early Nineteenth-century Stockholm
Martin Wottle

3. ‘All but the Kitchen Sink’: Household Sales and the Circulation of Second-Hand Goods in Early Modern England
Sara Pennell

4. A Stolen Garment or a Reasonable Purchase? The Male Consumer and the Illicit Second-Hand Clothing Market in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century
Alison Toplis

5. Second-Hand Dealing in Bruges and the Rise of an ‘Antiquarian Culture’, c. 1750–1870
Ilja Damme

6. The Polarization of the Second-Hand Market for Furniture in the Nineteenth Century
Clive Edwards, Margaret Ponsonby

7. ‘Souvenirs of People who have Come and Gone’: Second-Hand Furnishings and the Anglo-Indian Domestic Interior, 1840–1920
Robin D. Jones

Part II. Buying and Selling Second-Hand Goods

8. ‘Old books — New Bound’? Selling Second-Hand Books in England, c. 1680–1850
Ian Mitchell

9. Power to the Broker: Shifting Authorities over Public Sales in Eighteenth-century Antwerp
Dries Lyna

10. Going for a Song? Country House Sales in Georgian England
Rosie MacArthur, Jon Stobart

11. Tables and Chairs Under the Hammer: Second-Hand Consumption of Furniture in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries in Sweden
Sofia Murhem, Göran Ulväng, Kristina Lilja

12. ‘Consuming Identities’: Patterns of Consumption at Three Eighteenth-century Cape Auctions
Tracey Randle

13. The English Church Jumble Sale: Parochial Charity in the Modern Age
Vivienne Richmond

Keywords: History, European History, Modern History, Social History, Cultural History, Economic History

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
293 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230290549
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-31086-9

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