|101||250 roubles||1856, Dutch certificate||?||–||£?|
|102||1 share||1911, green||?||–||£?|
|103||1 share||1925, replacement for lost certificate, green||?||–||£?|
Compagnie d’Assurances “Salamandra”
Salamander Insurance Company in St. Petersburg
Brandwaarborg-Maatschappij Salamander te St. Petersburg
Other city spellings: Petrograd, Pétrograde, St.-Pétersbourg
Formed in 1846 with Head Office in St. Petersburg.
In 1856 a syndicate of Dutch bankers issued their own certificates in place of original shares in their possession. Capital in 1900 was 2,000,000 roubles in shares of 250 roubles. Capital in 1911 had increased to 2,500,000 roubles. By 1925 the capital had grown to 5,000,000 roubles.