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Until Sun 5th May

Bubbles And Bankruptcy: Financial Crises In Britain Since 1700

@ The British Museum, London

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Bubbles And Bankruptcy: Financial Crises In Britain Since 1700

This display looks at the story of bubbles, manias, and crashes in Britain from the 1700s until the present.

The current financial crisis is not the first to have affected Britain, and it is unlikely to be the last. In this display you can find out more about the extraordinary stories of mismanagement, speculative frenzy, fraud and failure which permeate the history of finance.

From the nation’s first major speculative bubble, caused by the South Sea Company in 1720, to the UK banking crisis in 2008–2012, the display uses original share certificates, prospectuses, banknotes and other fascinating objects to explain how, why and when financial crises have happened.

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Venue Facts

Venue: The British Museum


Address:
38 Great Russell Street
London
WC1B 3DG 51.518970, -0.126486

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Website: britishmuseum.org

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