- Administrative records;
- Shareholding records;
- Accounting records;
- Certificate of incorporation and agreement.
M Rogivue & Co Ltd, tea merchants, Glasgow, Scotland, was formed c1896 . Its principal business was selling tea in Russia, although it also had an agency in Istanbul, Turkey. The company had a long association with James Finlay & Co Ltd, textile manufacturers, tea planters, and merchants, Glasgow. James Finlay & Co Ltd acted as M Rogivue & Co Ltd's secretaries from 1897 , and in 1898 held shares in the company. P R Buchanan & Co Ltd, tea planters, London, England, acted as the company's agents in London. James Finlay & Co Ltd was M Rogivue & Co Ltd's main tea supplier, but the company also dealt with George Payne & Co Ltd, producers of tea, coffee, confectionery, and cocoa, London. In 1917 , M Rogivue & Co Ltd lost all its assets in Russia as revolution brought an end to the company's business. After this date the company accounts list shares in Anglo-American Direct Tea Trading Co Ltd, tea planters, Edinburgh, Scotland, as M Rogivue & Co Ltd's only asset. By 1945 , the company existed as a non-trading concern.
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