Balance transfer letter

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Object

Letter

Title

Balance transfer letter

Production date

February 1920

Material

Paper

Dimensions

Height: 257mm
Width: 203mm

Description

Balance transfer letter for the War Loan Fund, Metropolitan Borough of Stoke Newington
Between 1914 and 1919, the British public were asked to fund the country's war efforts with their savings. They bought up bonds by the millions, called War Loans, as the government went cap in hand to the people to fund the hugely expensive cost of battle.

Production place

Stoke Newington

Inscription

February 1920.
Register No. 18
The trustees are now in a position to apportion the balance of this Fund among the Subscribers to the Fund and it is found that your share is £0.1.6
By arrangement with Mr. E. T. Stevens you can either take this sum out in (a) additional stock or (b) in War Savings Certificate or (c) in Cash as you wish.
A Postal Order, Stamps for this amount is enclosed herewith.
Yours truly,
H. J. Ormond,
E. C. Price,
Sidney White.

Object number

2015.67

On display?

No

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