Crédit Foncier de France

14372

Certificate of Nominative Share of 500F - Paris 1912

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Design signed by L. Denis & Sermaisse.

Head office: 19, rue des Capucines in Paris

Limited company with an initial capital of 25 million francs founded in 1852 under the name of Banque Foncière de Paris by Xavier Branicki (1816-1879). The name became Crédit Foncier de France the same year. Louis Wolowski, a Polish naturalized Frenchman, was its general manager until 1854.

From 1858, Crédit Foncier de France granted loans on behalf of the State and, from 1860, allowed local authorities to be financed in the form of municipal bonds. The company thus participates in the constructions of Baron Haussmann. It will then finance schools. He later developed real estate loans and founded the Crédit Logement surety company.

The company is then bought by the Caisse d'Epargne group. From February 2019, the Crédit Foncier no longer distributes loans and the brand disappears.

VF condition: major fold

Size: 29x24 cm coupons and talon excluded.

14372
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Data sheet

Country
France
Theme
Banks-Finance
Design
Yes
Rare bonds
Yes
Condition
VF

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