|101||bon||1910, relates to the liquidation of the Russo-Chinese Bank.||?||VF||£?|
|102||1 share||1st issue, 1911, multicoloured||186,666||VF||£?|
|103||1 share||2nd issue, 1912, multicoloured||53,333||VF||£?|
|104||1 share||temporary certificate, 1912, green||?||VF||£?|
|105||1 share||3rd issue, 1916||53,333||VF||£?|
Other city spellings: Petrograd, Pétrograde, St.-Pétersbourg
Formed in 1910 with Head Office in St. Petersburg as a result of a merger of the Russo-Chinese Bank with Banque du Nord. English Court Order to wind up in December 1926, the first and final dividend only being paid in 1955.
Capital was 35,000,000 roubles in shares of 187.50 roubles. In 1912, this was increased to 45,000,000 roubles.