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Royal Exchange, London

Royal Exchange, London

The Royal Exchange, London

Bank of England and Royal Exchange

The Royal Exchange in London was officially opened on the 23 January 1571 by Queen Elizabeth I. The Exchange was founded by the merchant Thomas Gresham to act as a centre of commerce for the City of London.

The Royal Exchange in London was officially opened on the 23 January 1571 by Queen Elizabeth I. The Exchange was founded by the merchant Thomas Gresham to act as a centre of commerce for the City of London.

London's Royal Exchange 16c

London's Royal Exchange 16c

Shares obtained in bailout for 502p each ended 2014 trading at 394p

Taxpayers left with £10bn loss on RBS stake

Lombard Street Signs: How London’s Banks got their Logos | HistoryLondon

Lombard Street Signs: how London’s Banks got their Logos

Lombard Street Signs: How London’s Banks got their Logos | HistoryLondon

The well-travelled Temple Bar, now in its 3rd location in Paternoster Square by St Paul's #london #history #architecture

The well-travelled Temple Bar, now in its location in Paternoster Square by St Paul’s

Interior of the City of London's Guildhall

Interior of London’s Guildhall

Child & Co at No 1 Fleet Street

Child & Co at No 1 Fleet Street

Middle Temple Hall (1562)

Middle Temple Hall (1562)