Bank of England liabilities and assets 1696 onwards

Quarterly Bulletin 1967 Q2
Published on 01 June 1967

Many series of banking statistics do not extend very far back in time, because over the years most of the older records of banking houses have been destroyed. The main ledgers of the Bank of England, however, are virtually complete from the Bank's foundation in 1694: it is thus possible to produce, for the use of monetary historians, a consistent series of the Bank's liabilities and assets extending back over 270 years. Figures for the earliest years have not been published before.

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