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Loans Department: loans issued by Nathan Mayer Rothschild from New Court, loan contracts, 1817-1855

000/401A/1 -000/401B/10, 2 boxes

A collection of loan contracts, together with supporting papers, including original and copy loan contracts, agreements, deeds, correspondence, subscription lists, reports and other papers and drafts of papers for loans issued by Nathan Mayer Rothschild from New Court. For circular notices (prospectuses) relating to early loans of the London house see XIII/206. 

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Loans Department: loans issued by N M Rothschild & Sons from New Court, loan contracts, 1851-1963

000/401B/11-000/401P/19, 17 boxes

A collection of loan contracts, together with supporting papers, including original and copy loan contracts, agreements, deeds, correspondence, subscription lists, reports and other papers and drafts of papers for loans issued by the London house after the death of Nathan Mayer Rothschild, primarily loans issued under the Senior Partner, Nathaniel, 1st Lord Rothschild (1840-1915) and loans issued or managed by the London house up to the Second World War, including papers relating to post-war loans business. Papers beyond 1945 are closed to researchers.

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Loan Department, Loan Contracts, XIII/260 series, 1864-1981

XIII/260/1-286 (000/1229), 42 boxes

Files of the Loans Department in the XIII/260 concerning loans and loan contracts, including correspondence, agreements, memoranda and articles of association of sundry companies, including 'Rothschild' companies. It is not clear how the Loans Department of NMR was organised, and material relating to loans was kept by several departments or may have been collated when record were sent to the Archive Department of the bank. At some point in the 1970s-1980s the Loans Department either ceased to be or merged into the Paying Agents Department. Later papers are referenced simply by their '260' number. Papers dated later than 1945 are closed.

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