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Bank of Scotland 1695-1995: A Very Singular Institution

by Alan Cameron

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Keeping in mind this is a history of a bank, it is a rather well written book, interesting to those looking for a financial history. It's a bit too dry for the casual reader, especially the second half which delves deeply into mergers and reserves and regulations. It is lavishly illustrated with many color (should that be colour?) photographs. In spite of having the quality of production of a coffee table book, it is a in-depth history, not a picture book. ( )
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