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TITLE
Bank of Scotland Cheque
EXTERNAL ID
Z_PC_WGORDON3_006_007
DATE OF IMAGE
1950
SOURCE
W Gordon
ASSET ID
8553
KEYWORDS
cheques
Bank of Scotland
James Ferries & Co
Caledonian Banking Company
Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank
Bank of Scotland Cheque

This image shows a Bank of Scotland cheque, dated from 1950. The cheque is addressed to the Bank of Scotland, High Street, Inverness, and instructs that they pay eleven pounds and five shillings to Messrs James Ferries & Co. from the account of J.C. Gordon.

The Bank of Scotland has been trading in Inverness since the early twentieth century. In 1907, it absorbed the Caledonian Banking Company, taking over its premises on High Street and establishing its headquarters there. In addition to this building, the bank also had premises on Union Street. The motor company, James Ferries & Co, continue to trade in Inverness today.

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Bank of Scotland Cheque

cheques; Bank of Scotland; James Ferries & Co; Caledonian Banking Company; Clydesdale and North of Scotland Bank

W Gordon

Winnie Gordon (documents)

This image shows a Bank of Scotland cheque, dated from 1950. The cheque is addressed to the Bank of Scotland, High Street, Inverness, and instructs that they pay eleven pounds and five shillings to Messrs James Ferries & Co. from the account of J.C. Gordon. <br /> <br /> The Bank of Scotland has been trading in Inverness since the early twentieth century. In 1907, it absorbed the Caledonian Banking Company, taking over its premises on High Street and establishing its headquarters there. In addition to this building, the bank also had premises on Union Street. The motor company, James Ferries & Co, continue to trade in Inverness today.