The National Bank was founded in 1835 by Daniel O’Connell. The High Street branch was built in the early 1890s and is built in the Baroque revival style.[1]

It features red and white brick façade features pilasters with Corinthian capitals, two bay windows, dormers, and twin turrets topped with a fishscale pattern etched in green copper. It was designed by William Batt and opened in 1897.[2]

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[1] Accessed 28.6.22.

[2] Accessed 28.6.22.