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Hambro, C. I. & Son

XI/38/128, 3 boxes

A correspondent bank in Copenhagen. The letters deal with personal business as well as routine bill transactions. There are also letters from Wiesbaden addressed in warm personal terms, discussing personal and routine business. Some letters were originally sent to Frankfurt and then forwarded to London.

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1826 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128B
1827 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128B
1828 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128B
1829 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128B
1830 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128B
1831 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128B
1832 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128B
1833 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128C
1834 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128C
1835 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128C
1836 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128C
1837 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128C
1838 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128A
1839 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128A
1840 Letters Received: Hambro, C. I. & Son: Copenhagen XI/38/128A