New York: The Fitch Publishing Company, 1929.
Hard Cover. The Fitch Bond Book for 1929, the year of the Great Crash of October 1929, which commenced the global and devastating Great Depression. With details such as price ranges, denominations, tax exemptions, and organization of each bond-issuing company. Bond books such as these would be instrumental in the months to come, as investors flee the collapsing stock market and put their money into bonds and other dependable forms of investing. From the preface, “the Fitch Bond Book is the only collection of bond descriptions which is subject to an annual revision [...] ready July 15th of each year.” With thumb index for each section, organized by both alphabet and government issue. Flexible black cloth with faint and faded lettering. All edges red and gilt. 1929 edition not found on OCLC, and no copies of any year found in the trade.