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Messrs Barclay, Bevan, Tritton, Ransom, Bouverie & Co Cheques_1

Barclay & Co Cheques

This private bank traces its origins to John Freame and Thomas Gould, two Quaker goldsmith bankers who started a business in Lombard Street. There were a number of changes in the partnership of the bank, which of course lead to several changes to the partnership name. The first branch was known as Braclay, Bevan, Tritton, Ransom, Bouverie and Company, they were also known in the City as the ‘long firm. In the 19th Century the address of the bank was settled as 54 Lombard Street.
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Picture of Bosanquet, Salt, Whatman, Harman, Salt & Co., 73 Lombard St., 18(80)

Bosanquet, Salt, Whatman, Harman, Salt & Co., 73 Lombard St., 18(80)

Bosanquet, Salt, Whatman, Harman, Salt & Co., 73 Lombard St., 18(80), pay to Order, clear oval duty stamp, printed by Charles Skipper & East, mauve, mauve s/p, used

£8.00
Brown, Janson & Co Cheques

Brown, Janson & Co Cheques

Brown, Janson & Co., London was founded in 1813 and it was amalgamated with Lloyds Bank Limited on 1st July 1900.
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Couts & Co Cheques

Coutts & Co Cheques

Coutts & Co is a London-based private bank and wealth manager. It was founded in 1692, and it is the eighth oldest bank in the world.
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Cox & Co Cheques

Cox & Co Cheques

Cox & Co was formed in 1758 as Army Bankers. The bank was acquired by Lloyds Bank Limited in 1923.
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Glyn, Mills & Co Cheques

Glyn, Mills & Co Cheques

Glyn, Mills & Co was a private bank founded in London in 1753. The Bank existed until 1969 when it became part of the Royal Bank of Scotland.
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Herries, Farquhar & Co Cheque

Herries, Farquhar & Co Cheques

Herries, Farquhar & Co was founded in 1770, and its principal founding partner Robert Herries. The firm was very successful despite being very small. The firm was acquired by Lloyds Bank in 1893.
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Masterman, Peters, Mildred, Masterman & Co Cheques

Masterman, Peters, Mildred, Masterman & Co Cheques

This private bank was founded in 1778. In June 1864 it was taken over by the Agra Bank, which then renamed itself Agra and Masterman's Bank.
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Picture of Messrs Fuller, Banbury, Nix & Co., 77 Lombard Street, 18(93)

Messrs Fuller, Banbury, Nix & Co., 77 Lombard Street, 18(93)

Messrs Fuller, Banbury, Nix & Co., 77 Lombard Street, 18(93), Pay to Bearer, red oval duty stamp, printed by Rowe & Co., blue, blue security panel, used
£5.00
Picture of Messrs Fuller, Banbury, Nix & Mathieson, 77 Lombard Street, 18(68)

Messrs Fuller, Banbury, Nix & Mathieson, 77 Lombard Street, 18(68)

Messrs Fuller, Banbury, Nix & Mathieson, 77 Lombard Street, 18(68), Pay to Order, clear oval duty stamp, printed by Rowe, Kentish & Co., pink, pink security panel, used
£6.00
Picture of Messrs Holt & Co., 3 Whitehall Place, 19(05)

Messrs Holt & Co., 3 Whitehall Place, 19(05)

Messrs Holt & Co., 3 Whitehall Place, 19(05), Pay to Order, red oval duty stamp, printed by Charles Skipper & East, blue, blue security panel, used

£4.00
Picture of Messrs Holt & Co., London, 3 Whitehall Place, 19(05)

Messrs Holt & Co., London, 3 Whitehall Place, 19(05)

Messrs Holt & Co., London, 3 Whitehall Place, 19(05), pay to Order, red oval duty stamp, printed by Charles Skipper & East, mauve, mauve security panel, used
£4.00
Picture of Messrs Langston, Towgood, Cazalet & Co., 29 Clements Lane, (1802)

Messrs Langston, Towgood, Cazalet & Co., 29 Clements Lane, (1802)

Messrs Langston, Towgood, Cazalet & Co., 29 Clements Lane, (1802), Pay to Bearer, no printer, black, signature torn out, used
£15.00
Picture of Messrs Morlands & Co., 50 Pall Mall, 182-

Messrs Morlands & Co., 50 Pall Mall, 182-

Messrs Morlands & Co., 50 Pall Mall, 182-, Pay to Bearer, printed by Simpkins, brown on cream, unused
£20.00
Picture of Messrs Prescott, Grote, Cave & Cave, 62 Threadneedle St., 185(2)

Messrs Prescott, Grote, Cave & Cave, 62 Threadneedle St., 185(2)

Messrs Prescott, Grote, Cave & Cave, 62 Threadneedle St., 185(2), Pay to Bearer, no printer, black on buff, used
£6.00
Picture of Messrs Smith, Payne & Smiths, London, 18(61)

Messrs Smith, Payne & Smiths, London, 18(61)

Messrs Smith, Payne & Smiths, London, 18(61), pay to Ourselves, no printer, inter-bank cheque signed for Masterman, & Mildred, black on blue, punch cancelled, light foxing at edge, vine design panel, used
£6.00
Picture of Messrs Smith, Payne & Smiths, London, 185(3)

Messrs Smith, Payne & Smiths, London, 185(3)

Messrs Smith, Payne & Smiths, London, 185(3), pay to Bearer, printed by E Mottram & Son, inter-bank cheque signed for Masterman & Mildred., black on buff† punch cancelled, diamond design panel, used
£6.00
Messrs. Drummond Cheques

Messrs. Drummond Cheques

Messrs Drummond was a private bank founded in 1717. In 1924 the bank was purchased by The Royal Bank of Scotland. This acquisition was the first of the Royal Bank of Scotland south of the Scottish border.
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Picture of Smith, Payne & Smiths, London, Perkins & Bacon PROOF, 186-

Smith, Payne & Smiths, London, Perkins & Bacon PROOF, 186-

Smith, Payne & Smiths, London, Perkins & Bacon PROOF, 186-, c1860, Special Printing for Alliance Maritime Assurance Office, double cheque, pay to Bearer, brown, brown s/p, printer's annotations, mount marks on reverse, very fragile and suffered some damage to edges.
£20.00
Stephensons, Batson, Remington & Smith Cheques

Stephensons, Batson, Remington & Smith Cheques

Stephensons, Batson, Remington & Smith was a private bank founded in 1729.
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