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BANCO DEL POPOLO - FEDE DI CREDITO

1799 - BANCO DEL POPOLO - FEDE DI CREDITO

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1799 - BANCO DEL POPOLO - FEDE DI CREDITO

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ID: 3125

Il Banco di Napoli è una delle più importanti e più antiche banche storiche italiane, in quanto le sue origini risalgono ai cosiddetti banchi pubblici dei luoghi pii, sorti a Napoli tra il XVI e il XVII secolo, in particolare ad un monte di pietà, il Banco della Pietà, fondato nel 1539 per concedere prestiti su pegno senza interessi, il quale nel 1584 aprì una cassa di depositi, riconosciuta da un bando del viceré di Napoli nello stesso anno.

Altri sette istituti simili vennero successivamente fondati in Napoli tra il 1587 ed il 1640:

  • "Banco dei Poveri" (1563);
  • "Banco della Santissima Annunziata" (1587);
  • "Banco del Popolo" (1589);
  • "Banco dello Spirito Santo" (1590);
  • "Banco di Sant'Eligio" (1592);
  • "Banco di San Giacomo e Vittoria" (1597);
  • "Banco del Salvatore" (1640).

BANCO DI SANTA MARIA DEL POPOLO

Place: Piazza San Lorenzo

In 1522, on the hill of Sant'Agnello in Caponapoli, the Church and Hospital of Santa Maria del Popolo degli Incurabili (commonly known as the Hospital of the Incurables) were born by Maria Richenza wife of Giovanni Longo, Minister of the King of Naples Ferdinando il Catholic. In 1589 the Banco di Santa Maria del Popolo was established, the first of which was the hospital.

When the work grew in importance, it was decided, in 1597, to transfer the offices to a building owned by the Hospital in the square of San Lorenzo, and properly in the building on the corner between Via dei Tribunali and Via San Gregorio Armeno, in front of the churches of San Lorenzo and San Paolo of the Theatine fathers. The cost of renovating the building, based on designs by the architect Giovan Battista Cavagni (with whom Giovan Giacomo Conforto worked), and the purchase of other premises, was 10,000 ducats; the move took place in the 1600s. Currently the renovated building is home to civilian homes.

Product Details

Place of issue
Napoli
Nation of issue
Regno di Napoli
Rarity Index
R6
Quotation Index
S5

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