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M M de Rothschild Frères, secondary sources, 'Le Monde Illustré', 1870

000/1807, 1 item

Copy of Le Monde Illustré, 1 October 1870. Includes illustration of Jules Favre, minister of foreign affairs, arriving at Ferrières to negotiate with Bismarck. The caption says that Ferrières is the headquarters of the King of Prussia. (

M M de Rothschild Frères: secondary sources, 'Banque de Rothschild Frères Extrait d’un chapitre de l’histoire de l’industrie et du commerce en France', 1925

000/2358, 31 items

Copies of a short history of M M de Rothschild Frères: Banque de Rothschild Frères Extrait d’un chapitre de l’histoire de l’industrie et du commerce en France, (Editions d’art et d’histoire, Paris, 1925). This slim volume is a brief history of the French banking house and is an extract from an unknown work on the history of industry and commerce in France. This off-print may have been produced at the request of the Paris house Partners as a belated centenary client gift, or early marketing exercise, or gifted to the Paris house by the publisher.

M M de Rothschild Frères: secondary sources, 'Les Rothschild par un petit porteur de fonds Russes', 1925

000/1957, 1 volume

Copy of Les Rothschild par un petit porteur de fonds Russes, [The Rothschilds by a small holder of Russian funds], anon (Paris: L'Argent, 1925).

M M de Rothschild Frères: secondary sources, 'Business Week', 1967

000/2874, 1 item

Copy of Business Week, 16 December 1967, featuring a colour photograph of Baron Guy de Rothschild (1909-2007) on the cover and containing the article  'A financial empire gets a new facade: A Rothschild sweeps the cobwebs away'. In the article Baron Guy talks about plans to modernise the French business, including plans to rebuild the Rothschild bank in the rue Lafitte, Paris.