Bank annuities

Sometimes, bank annuity. consols.
Historical Examples

Subsequently, the law was altered, by which the money might be invested in bank annuities or Exchequer bills.
A History of Banks for Savings in Great Britain and Ireland William Lewins

plural noun
another term for consols


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