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Dividend Book, 1898-1930
 
   
Dividend Book, 1898-1930
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Brief Description: Book showing dividends paid both for ordinary and preference shares to the directors of Huntley & Palmers from 1898-1930. Dividends for Jan 1911 and July 1911
Subject Date: 1898
 
Full Description: Profits gradually declined between 1898 and 1930 as competition grew and the economic climate worsened. In 1898 the company made 15% profits but by 1930 this was only 7.2% of turnover. Despite this decline the Directors still received large dividends from their shares.
 
Collection: Reading University Library
Place: Huntley & Palmers factory, Reading, Berkshire
Dimensions: Height: 35.6cm, Width: 45.4cm, Length: 2.4cm
Subject: trade <food mfr>, money
Content Type: book
Location: Reading University Library
Local Ref: HPOS674
Unique ID: rm-ru-hpos674~u_073-i-01-000.tif
IPR: Reading University Library
 
 
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