RM2BC398P–Queen Insurance Building at night, Victorian insurance company, Liverpool city centre, Queen Avenue, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, UK, L2 4TZ
RM2BAF9KT–A 19th century fireman in uniform working for the Royal Exchange Assurance Company .The fire company house mark (attached to buildings covered by the insurance) is alongside him. The Royal Exchange Assurance, (founded 1720), was a British insurance company. It took its name from the location of its offices at the Royal Exchange, London. After 200 years the company merged with the Guardian Assurance Company in 1968 - Governors were Pascoe Grenfell (1829–1838) Thomas Tooke (1840–1852) Octavius Wigram (1852–1878)Vivian Smith, 1st Baron Bicester (1914–1956)Hugh Kindersley, 2nd Baron Kindersley .
RMHHW7F6–The United States Life Insurance Company. [front] - Leisure, Reading, and Travel Trade Cards
RMRY8408–Office of the Midland Counties Insurance Company Lincoln
RM2CERCK3–An old engraving of a Thames fire-fighting barge or boat, LFE 20, in Victorian times, London, England, UK. In London individual insurance companies established fire-fighting units to tackle fires in buildings that each company insured. They co-operated to form the London Fire (Engine) Establishment (LFEE or LFE) in 1833 under the leadership of James Braidwood. One mode of tackling fires along the River Thames was by fire-boat. The fire insurance companies informed the government it was not commercially viable to fight fires and in 1866 the Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) came into being.
RFD22NMA–Advertisement for the Railway Passengers Assurance Company
RMK4XWF2–No. 1 Dale Street, Liverpool, former headquarters of the Liverpool and London Insurance Company, built 1856-8, architect C R Cockerell.
RM2BG7KEJ–Castle Street, red brick, British Foreign Marine Insurance Co building,city centre, Liverpool,Merseyside,England,UK, L2
RMW11FDB–Holborn Bars, the former Prudential Assurance Building designed by Alfred Waterhouse, Holborn, London, UK
RMAR7A9P–Victorian building of Barbados Mutual Insurance Company in downtown Bridgetown
RM2D8J867–Mosaic on the former British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company in Liverpool. Mosaic by Frank Murray, 1889.
RMEF481Y–Hume Highway road trip, Australia: Insurance company buildings in Albury, New South Wales
RMEGN72R–Chromolithographed blotter cover for the Sun Insurance Company.
RMJP35K3–Victorian Firemen (firefighters) attending a major blaze in England
RM2AX4Y3R–Old red brick Georgian townhouse in Letterkenny, County Donegal, used as insurance office by Irish insurance broker F Monaghan & Company
RMFFBN5Y–LLOYD'S OF LONDON, 1890. /nMembers and employees at the English insurance company. Line engravings, English, 1890.
RF2J8RNME–Thames & Mersey Marine Insurance Company Advertising that appeared in the 1895 edition of ' Pacific line guide to South America; containing information to travellers & shippers to ports on the east & west coasts of South America '
RMEK2GNK–1900s Victorian advertisement magazine advert November 1900 page of ads typical of the era
RMM6C2J5–British Extracting Company linseed oil silo, foster street, hull
RMC1BCW1–Royal Insurance Company building designed by Thomson and Sandilands, Buchanan Street and Royal Bank Place, Glasgow City Centre, Scotland, UK
RMW7C8HP–London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, 1900s. Artist: Unknown
RMB7YFAF–Camden Town North London UK. Victorian stucco trade sign Agent for the Sun Fire Office image of sun with face and sunrays
RMRY878R–Sculpture for the Offices of the Lancashire Life and Fire Insurance Company at Manchester UK 1867
RM2E2JAMB–Lloyd's Subscription Room - as it appeared at the entrance of Her Majesty, 1844. Queen Victoria visits Lloyd's insurance company in the Royal Exchange building, City of London. The room '...occupies the entire of the eastern side of the merchants' area, and is lighted from three principal windows from that side, as well as six raised skylights. The paneling of the walls is in accordance with the Italian style of the whole building, and the united shield of the arms of the City of London and Trinity Corporation are among the conspicuous ornaments seen in the room, Its dimensions are 98 feet lon
RM2GCFYJ3–Ocean Chambers on West George Street in Glasgow
RMBP0M7E–Barbados, Bridgetown, victorian house
RMM9GTWP–Greetings card sent from Royal Insurance Company circa 1882
RMW11FB0–Holborn Bars, the former Prudential Assurance Building designed by Alfred Waterhouse, Holborn, London, UK
RMRYDC27–Holborn Bars the former Prudential Assurance Building designed by Alfred Waterhouse on Holborn, London, UK
RMEF4828–Hume Highway road trip, Australia: Insurance company buildings in Albury, New South Wales
RMRG98NH–Window at Refuge assurance Company Head Office Building, Oxford Road, Manchester, North West England, UK,
RMBBW4MB–Early sun on the guilded Cornhill Insurance crest sign in City of London
RMAAC8P0–Holborn Bars former headquarters of the Prudential Assurance company in High Holborn London UK
RMFFBN5R–LLOYD'S OF LONDON, 1890. /nThe Reading Room of Lloyd's of London, the English insurance company, in the Royal Exchange. Line engraving, English, 1890.
RMRCPJ07–Prudential Assurance Building in Sheffield
RM2AG6MNY–. The chemist and druggist [electronic resource]. —^ UPGRADE I 5) Mutton dressed as lamb. I heard on the news that insurance fraud is on theincrease. I suppose that as work dries up, people turn towhatever they can think of to bring in money, andnecessity is not always the mother of a good invention.But a big company cant burn its factories and make aclaim, so whats a multinational to do when times arehard? Let me tell you a story. There was an old Victorian pharmacy called Ye OldePenny Dreadful that produced its own Cold Cure andCod Liver Oil. These were marketed so well that by thelate 19t
RMM6C224–British Extracting Company linseed oil silo, foster street, hull
RF2BFRKXP–Moscow's Lubyanka Square, Russia, c.1889. This ancient market square is 980 yards from the Kremlin. Note a dozen wagons with large water casks waiting to fill up at the big central fountain. And carriages with passengers. To see my other Places-related vintage images, Search: Prestor vintage places vehicle
RMW7C8HG–The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, 19th century. Artist: Unknown
RMHAGPX0–British Extracting Company linseed oil silo
RMRY878N–Sculpture for the Offices of the Lancashire Life and Fire Insurance Company at Manchester UK 1867
RMW7DDTF–Scene at Lloyd's, London, 1877.Artist: William Bazett Murray
RMCF552Y–The decorative facade of Holborn Bars in High Holborn.
RMD7DYF3–Aviva Insurance Building Norwich
RMD1MHM2–Scottish Provident Institution Building Donegall Square Belfast County Antrim Northern Ireland United Kingdom UK
RMRYDC28–Holborn Bars the former Prudential Assurance Building designed by Alfred Waterhouse on Holborn, London, UK
RMEF4826–Hume Highway road trip, Australia: Insurance company buildings in Albury, New South Wales
RMRG98NB–Window at Refuge assurance Company Head Office Building, Oxford Road, Manchester, North West England, UK,
RMAAC8R9–Holborn Bars former headquarters of the Prudential Assurance company in High Holborn London UK
RMFFBN5P–LLOYD'S OF LONDON, 1890. /nThe Great Room of the English insurance company, at the Royal Exchange in London, England. Line engraving, English, 1890.
RMRCPHYA–Prudential Assurance Building in Sheffield
RMW7C8J9–Law Union & Crown Insurance Company, 19th century. Artist: Unknown
RM2E2JAKR–Lloyd's Commercial Room - admission of the public, 1844. Visitors in the newly opened Royal Exchange building in the City of London. '"Lloyd's rooms", as they are called, may be pronounced the finest apartments ever devoted to commercial purposes. In designing them, the architect [William Tite] has given a just and noble expression of the purposes to which they are to be devoted. Simple, massive, spacious, and brilliantly lighted, they strike the spectator at once with an idea of fitness - of adaptation to the exact wants of a great trading community. The style used is Venetian, modi
RMRYDC2D–Holborn Bars the former Prudential Assurance Building designed by Alfred Waterhouse on Holborn, London, UK
RMRG98RH–Refuge assurance Company Head Office Building, Oxford Road, Manchester, North West England, UK,
RMAAC8R6–Holborn Bars (former headquarters of the Prudential Assurance company) in High Holborn London UK
RMDDNXXK–View of the Ocean Insurance Company's Offices, Old Broad Street, City of London, 1864. Artist: Robert Dudley
RMRG98NT–Courtyard with lights, Refuge assurance Company Head Office Building, Oxford Road, Manchester, North West England, UK,
RMRG98Y8–Clock Tower Entrance gate,Refuge assurance Company Head Office Building, Oxford Road, Manchester, North West England, UK,
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