NORRKÖPING/AMSTERDAM. Obligatie Fl.1000. black. # 216. No 212. In 1772 Jean Le Febure, owner of a copper-mine and smelter in the central Swedish city of Norrköping, negotiated a loan for 86.900 rijksdaalders with the Amsterdam banking-house of Horneca, Fizeaux& Cie. Le Febure has now sold the property to Elias Pasch, who has taken a new loan, for the same amount, to replace the one given to Le Febure. This is a bond of that new loan between Pasch and the same bankers, now named Fizeaux, Grand & Cie. The sum of 86.900 rijksdaaldersequalled 216.000 guldens, and the loan was made in 216 bonds of FL.1000 each. Four-page bond, uncancelled, with interest-coupons from 1793 to 1801. Norrköping has been a mining and industrial city for several centuries.
Themes: BANKING, BEFORE 1800, MINES (no gold, coal)
Date: 14 March 1781
Startprice: € 200