A view of the Bank Managers Office in the Victorian Walk Gallery

A view of the Bank Managers Office in the Victorian Walk Gallery
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actual image size: 32cm x 21cm

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A view of the Bank Managers Office in the Victorian Walk Gallery.
Bank managers were highly respected members of the community. Bank accounts were primarily for businesses and the rich. The poor were paid weekly in cash that barely lasted seven days. Small savings for Christmas or weddings could be placed in a Post Office Savings or National Penny bank. They accepted deposits from a penny upwards.

The ‘Victorian Walk’ uses original
shopfronts and objects from the Museum’s collection to capture the atmosphere of London life at the close of the 19th century –
a shopping arcade, a barber’s, a bank manager’s and clerk’s offices, a public bar, a back alley of warehouses and workshops.

Image Details

Date
 
1837 AD - 1901 AD
Image Number
 
008158

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