Ten items representing decisive moments in the history of NatWest Group or of British banking as a whole.
Stocktaking account of Nottingham cloth merchant Thomas Smith, showing his business evolving into a bank.
Customer ledger of London goldsmith and banker Edward Backwell.
Royal charter establishing the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Articles establishing Lancaster Joint Stock Banking Co, England's first big shareholder-owned provincial bank.
Parliamentary bill proposing regulation of the right to issue banknotes.
Enamel plaque from Bordon Army Camp branch of London County & Wesminster Bank.
Letter from Messrs Drummond announcing its acquisition by the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Promotional clock produced for North Central Finance Company.
Poster responding to the Monopolies & Mergers Commission's rejection of two bids to buy the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Document outlining the Royal Bank of Scotland's bid for the acquisition of NatWest.