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Molson's Bank banknote, 1855
|Fate||Acquired by the Bank of Montreal|
|Founded||Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1850|
|Headquarters||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
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The Molson Bank (sometimes labeled Molsons Bank) was a Canadian bank founded in Montreal, Quebec, by brothers William (1793–1875) and John Molson, Jr. (1787–1860), the sons of brewery magnate John Molson.
In 1850, it was constituted under the Free Banking Act passed by the parliament of the Province of Canada. To increase its powers and its revenue, the bank was incorporated in 1855. It was granted a charter on May 19, 1855 in Montreal  allowing it to operate its bank in the same way as other banks. With its head office at the corner of St. James & St. Peter streets (today known as Saint-Jacques and Saint-Pierre streets) in Montreal, it continued in operation until 1925 when it merged with the Bank of Montreal.
- John Thomas Molson was President in 1875
- John Henry Robinson Molson, President 1889-1897
- Frederick William Molson(1860-1929) was President of the bank from 1921 to 1924.
- Pound, Richard W. (2005). 'Fitzhenry and Whiteside Book of Canadian Facts and Dates'. Fitzhenry and Whiteside.
- Wark, S. Arnold (1919). City of Calgary year book. Calgary. p. 123.
- http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=14386&pid=0 Bank of Montreal
- Denison, Merrill, 1893–1975. Canada's first bank : a history of the Bank of Montreal. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, c1966. 2 v. : ill., maps, ports., (some folded, some col). ; 25 cm.
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