Today it is Lloyd's Bank, but in 1797 it was the home of Spink and Carss Bank.
Spink and Carss Bank of 1796
Bankrupt 1797

The Banknotes of
St Edmundsbury and surrounds

 

18th and 19th centuries

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Ten guinea note 6th Jan 1795
Spink and Carss Bank
Bury St Edmunds

Five guinea note 6th Jan 1795
Spink and Carss Bank
Bury St Edmunds
(Moyse's Hall)

Ten guinea note 10th April 1795
Spink and Carss Bank
Bury St Edmunds
(Moyse's Hall)

Five pound note 1816
Bury and Suffolk Bank
For James Oakes and Orbell Ray Oakes
Bury St Edmunds
(Suffolk Record Office)

Clare Bank
One pound note 14th March (?) 1816 (first design)
James Ray and James Reynolds Ray
Clare in Suffolk

One pound note 1817
Norfolk and Suffolk General Bank
Field Willett & Sons
Thetford
(Moyse's Hall)

Another one pound note of 1817 from the Norfolk and Suffolk General Bank of Field Willett & Sons of Thetford
But see next panel
(Source - E Bay)

Reverse of previous one pound note of 1817, showing that it was proved in bankruptcy by F K Eagle

Clare Bank
One pound note 1819 (second design)
James Ray and James Reynolds Ray
Clare in Suffolk

Cheque dated 1826
Pay to Mr Cook the sum of 5.4.5 from James Wolton
James Oakes O R Oakes & H J Oakes
Bury St Edmunds

Five pound note 1827
Bury and Suffolk Bank
For James Oakes, O R Oakes & H J Oakes
Bury St Edmunds
(Suffolk Record Office)

Five pound note 1st Dec 1836
Stowmarket Bank
Henry James Oakes, Robert Bevan, (Geo Moore & Wm Rbt Bevan)?
Stowmarket in Suffolk
(Moyse's Hall)

Blank cheque form 1865
Oakes Bevan & co
Bury St Edmunds

Five pound note 1895
Bury and Suffolk Bank
Oakes, Bevan, Tollemache & co
Bury St Edmunds

These banknotes were issued in the 18th and 19th centuries only.
Pictures from "Early East Anglian Banks and Bankers", by Harold Preston, 1994,
also from Suffolk Record Office and Moyse's Hall Museum.


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