The Eastern Bank of Scotland

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The Eastern Bank of Scotland

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The Eastern Bank of Scotland was established in Dundee in 1838 with an office in the Trades Hall. The bank had branches in Anstruther, Inverkeithing and Montrose as well as agents throughout Britain. In November 1862, negotiations were entered into with the Clydesdale Bank, resulting in amalgamation in 1863.

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