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Choose from 190 pictures in our Finance and Commerce collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


ENGLAND: TRADE CHARTER. Act of Parliament, 13 October 1698, establishing the English Featured Finance and Commerce Print

ENGLAND: TRADE CHARTER. Act of Parliament, 13 October 1698, establishing the English

ENGLAND: TRADE CHARTER.
Act of Parliament, 13 October 1698, establishing the English Company Trading to the East Indies, a rival trade organization to the East India Company; the new company was soon taken over by shareholders of the East India Company

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1698, Act, Charter, Commerce, East India Company, England, English, Monopoly, October, Parliament

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD. Members of the Federal Reserve Board shortly after its creation Featured Finance and Commerce Print

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD. Members of the Federal Reserve Board shortly after its creation

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD.
Members of the Federal Reserve Board shortly after its creation under the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. Center is Charles Hamlin, the first Chairman. Second from the left is William Harding, the second Chairman. Photograph, c1916

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1916, Adolph, America, American, Banking, Board, Chairman, Charles, Crissinger, Desk, Early, Edmund, Federal Reserve System, Finance, Group, Hamlin, Harding, Interior, Mellon, Men, Miller, Mitchell, Office, Photograph, Platt, Politician, Standing, Sumner, William

FEDERAL RESERVE, 1914. District Governors of the Federal Reserve Featured Finance and Commerce Print

FEDERAL RESERVE, 1914. District Governors of the Federal Reserve

FEDERAL RESERVE, 1914.
District Governors of the Federal Reserve. Front: E.R. Francher of Cleveland; George Seay of Richmond; Joseph McCord of Atlanta; Theodore Wold of Minneapolis; Charles Sawyer of Topeka. Back: Charles Rhoads of Philadephia; Oscar Wells of Houston; Alfred Aiken of Boston; Benjamin Strong of New York, Archibald Kains of San Francisco

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