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Five London bankers were given Portuguese titles in the 19th Century, for organising international loans

1845

Five London bankers were given Portuguese titles in the 19th Century, for organising international loans: Isaac Goldsmid (Baron de Goldsmid in 1845); Dennis Samuel (Baron Diniz de Samuel in 1855); Herman Stern (Baron Stern in 1864); his brother David Stern (Viscount Stern in 1870); and finally Henry Bishoffsheim (Viscount Bishoffsheim in 1873).

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