Person    | Male  Born 1807  Died 19/1/1877

David Viscount de Stern

Categories: Commerce

Countries: Germany, Portugal

David Viscount de Stern

Banker. Born in Frankfurt. Brother to Herman Stern, husband to Sophia and father of Edward and Sydney.  In 1869 the King of Portugal conferred the title of Viscount on him in recognition of the work of his bank in floating Portuguese loans.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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David Viscount de Stern

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Lord Wandsworth - monument

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Lord Wandsworth - Plaque

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John Kemp-Welch

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