We are a locally owned and operated independent community bank. We take great pride in carrying on the rich heritage and traditions of the region by providing real support to the community, through our world class financial services and employees' volunteerism.
1880 Bank has served Dorchester County and the Eastern Shore of Maryland for over 130 years. Originally known as The National Bank of Cambridge, 1880 Bank is stronger than ever as the result of its dedicated team of banking executives who have guided the institution toward a positive financial future. The bank has six conveniently located branch offices on Maryland’s Eastern Shore and now serves Delaware through online banking services.
“Our new name reflects our local Dorchester County roots but also gives us the flexibility to grow and expand elsewhere on the Shore,” said Kim C. Liddell, Chairman, President and CEO of Delmarva Bancshares, Inc. and 1880 Bank. “In the past four years, we have grown deeper relationships with businesses and individuals in Caroline, Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne’s, Talbot and Wicomico counties, and we believe there is an opportunity for further growth throughout the Delmarva Peninsula.”
Our success is driven by the local team of employees who deliver professional, hometown service and who provide a strong, safe and sound bank for you to do business with in person or online. We are committed to helping our community preserve its wonderful history and our top priority will always be to offer the best services available safely and securely to the businesses and citizens of the communities we serve. If you have any questions, comments, or would like to inquire about any of our products and services, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Tradition, Security, Commitment
At 1880 Bank we take pride in a 130-year tradition of serving our neighborhood. We invest in our customers—offering individuals and businesses a full menu of financial products and services that make banking with us convenient, dependable, and one hundred percent satisfying.