Canada (168) titles include: British Controlled Oilfields 1931, Dominion Coal Co.1930's, International Nickel Co. 1930-1960, Swanson Bay Forests 1911, together with other land, mining, power and railroadcompanies. Some duplication. Generally GVF. (168).
Russia, (6) Moscow City Bonds (3) 1908 (2) and 1912 for £20, Nikolaef City Bond 1912 for £20, Black Sea Kuban Railway Co. 1911 bond for £20. Bank of Siberia St Petersburg 1911 for 500r. Together with certificates for four European companies. GVF. (10).
Great Brirtain, assorted companies from 1857 (17), titles include European & American Steam Shipping Co. Ltd. 1857, Peninsular Co. Ltd. 1867, Grainger Smith 1898 Metropolitan Water Board 1911 (4), National Provincial Bank 1959. AVF and better. (17).
Great Britain (8) Welsh related companies Brynymoor Steamship Co. 1937, Dolywern Temperence Hotel Co. Ltd. 1944, Duffield Iron Corp. Ltd. 1937, Lindley Duffield & Co. (Metallurgical & Finance) Ltd. 1933, Pantymwyn Mining Co. Ltd. 1923, South Wales Fuel Co. Ltd. 1920, together with two Flintshire Oil and Cannel Co. Ltd. call receipts for 1866, mostly AVF to VF. (8).
India (13) from 1883-1952, mining, manufacturing and textilecompanies including Ahmedabad Jupiter Spinning Weaving and Manuf. Co. Ltd. 1920 (2), Bengal Baragunda Copper Company 1883, India Jute Company 1934 (2), Megna Mills Co. 1946, Suburban Land Devpt. Co. 193-. AVF. (13)
France, 78 certificates from 21 different companies, dated 1890-1930, titles include, 20 x La Soie de Compiegne, 1927, Casino d?Allevard-les-Bains, 1910, Ch. Drecoll Ltd., 1910, La Continentale, 1890, 2 x Comp. Générale de Traction, 1897, Les Manufactures de Liancourt, 1898, 6 x L?Alimentation Economique, 1925, 2 x Les Affreteurs Reunis, 1919, all with coupons, an interesting collection, mostly VF. (78).
Great Britain, Approximately 1,000 certificates, dated 1970-78, from 90 different Britishcompanies, 40 land and investment companies (200 pieces), 40 industrial companies (250 pieces), quantities from Bass Charington, Brooke Bond, Beechams, Great Universal Stores, United Drapery Stores, British Electric Traction, BICC, many household names, mostly VF. (1,000).
Great Britain, 11 certificates of private investment companies, 8 titles, dated 1934-36, all company names either hand written or typed, certificates are numbered 2 to 6, all with embossed seals showing company name, mostly VF. (11).
U.S.A., Susquehanna Bridge Company, Mc Call?s Ferry, certificate No.357 for one share, dated 1814, made out to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the companies object was to erect a permanent bridge over the Susquehanna River at or near Mc Call?s ferry, ornate border, black, embossed seal, very clean condition for age, VF. (1).
Great Britain, 5 Victorian certificates, Liverpool Cold Storage and Ice Co. Ltd. 1897, LeedsYork and Park Place Warehouse Co. Ltd. transfer certificate 1896, Tocopilla Copper Mining & Smelting Co. Ltd. 1887, Benson and Co. Ltd. 1877, and Amalgamated Water-Gas Companies Ltd. 1895, mostly VF. (5).
Great Britain, Sunderland Towage Co. Ltd., archive of the companies share certificates, 135 x certificates for fully paid shares, including certificate No.1, all cancelled, plus book containing 7 x partially issued certificates and 46 x unissued certificates, also 50 x fully paid preference shares, all cancelled, plus book containing 2 x certificates with signatures removed and 45 x unissued certificates, all issued certificates dated 1900-1918, blue and red respectively, issued mostly VF, unissued mostly EF. (285).The Sunderland Towage Company was founded on 1st August 1900 to own and manage the tugs formerly owned by a Sunderland Collier Company Messrs Taylor and Sanderson. The initial capital was £2,400 in £1 shares, this was later increased to £10,000, made up of 5,000 ordinary shares and 5,000 preference shares. By March 1918 William France, Fenwick & Co. Ltd, a much larger tug owning company of Newcastle, had acquired a large proportion of the issued shares. It is believed that the remaining shareholders transferred their holdings into a new company, France, Fenwick Tyne and Wear Ltd.
U.S.A., 7 insurance policies, all issued by Britishcompanies from their American offices, all amounts in dollars, Royal Insurance, 1895, North British and Mercantile, 1894, Scottish Commercial, 1876, ManchesterFire, 1892, Norwich Union, 1897, and Sun Insurance, 2 x policies, 1894 & 1895, all large format, all with vignettes, mostly F-VF. (7).
Stock Exchange Year Books (4), 1921, 1976-77. Stock Exchange Official Intelligence1932 Vol. L, Register of Defunct and other Companies removed from the Stock Exchange Official Year Book 1962. Spine damaged to 1932 book otherwise generally sound condition
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