Person    | Male  Born 1838  Died 17/4/1909

Caesar Czarnikow

Categories: Commerce

Countries: Germany

Sugar broker. Born Carl Julius Caesar Czarnikow in Sondershausen, Germany. He came to Britain in 1854, and established his sugar brokerage firm, C. Czarnikow, in 1862, which by the time of his death, had become the biggest in the world.

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