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TITLE
Inverness Savings Bank Deposit Book
EXTERNAL ID
Z_PC_WGORDON3_006_038
DATE OF IMAGE
1959
SOURCE
W Gordon
ASSET ID
8608
KEYWORDS
savings banks
banks
Trustee Savings Banks
Inverness Savings Bank Deposit Book

This image shows page 9 of an Inverness Savings Bank deposit book. Page 9 continues the rules relating to the book. Instructions state that depositors of the Inverness branch are entitled to transact business at other trustee savings bank. Sums of money equating to £5 or less can be withdrawn on demand and sums between £5 and £30 may be withdrawn at short notice.

The Inverness Trustee Savings Bank, established in 1840, was situated on Lombard Street in Inverness. Trustee Savings Banks were institutions which primarily accepted savings deposits from the working class. Between 1970 and 1985 branches across the United Kingdom amalgamated into the TSB group, later merging with the Lloyds Bank to become Lloyds TSB.

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Inverness Savings Bank Deposit Book

savings banks; banks; Trustee Savings Banks

W Gordon

Winnie Gordon (documents)

This image shows page 9 of an Inverness Savings Bank deposit book. Page 9 continues the rules relating to the book. Instructions state that depositors of the Inverness branch are entitled to transact business at other trustee savings bank. Sums of money equating to £5 or less can be withdrawn on demand and sums between £5 and £30 may be withdrawn at short notice.<br /> <br /> The Inverness Trustee Savings Bank, established in 1840, was situated on Lombard Street in Inverness. Trustee Savings Banks were institutions which primarily accepted savings deposits from the working class. Between 1970 and 1985 branches across the United Kingdom amalgamated into the TSB group, later merging with the Lloyds Bank to become Lloyds TSB.