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The trading house was originally established in 1820 by David G. Sandeman (1757–1835), brother of George M. Sandeman (1765-1841) of the famous port shipping company Sandeman’s Port which they jointly founded in 1790.
David G. Sandeman was an was a Scottish merchant who also was one of the founders of the Commercial Bank of Scotland (1798). He was born on June 28th, 1757 in Perth, Scotland the son of George Sandeman of Springland and Jean Duncan of Seaside. In 1835, shortly before his death, he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
The birthplace of this noted trading house was Glasgow but soon after its founding, the head office of the company was relocated at Miller Street 53 in London. D. Sandeman and Son are closely allied to, both in business and ties by relationship, Sandeman, and Co., of Oporto; Sandeman, Buck & Co., of Jerez; and Sandeman Brothers, of Lisbon.
It is because of such trading companies that Glasgow beside London has such a prominent position in the wine trade of the United Kingdom.
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