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American Japanese Investment Co., Ltd.

1926, Territory of Hawaii. Stock certificate for 22 shares. Black. Top center vignette of eagle flying with sun burst in background. Crayon cancelled. Fine.
Catalog: # SB-1746
State: Hawaii
Topic: Financial
Price: $45.00

American Mines Development Co., Ltd.

1904, Territory of Arizona. Stock certificate for 500 shares. Black with gold seal. Ornate border and vignette of eagle with spread wings and American flags at top center. Small split at fold repaired on verso with archival tape. Uncancelled and fine.
Catalog: # SB-1857
State: Arizona
Topic: Mining
Price: $45.00

American Oil & Securities Company

1919, Arizona. Stock certificate for 100 shares. Orange/Black. Vignette of panoramic view of oil fields across top of certificate. Uncancelled and Very fine.
Catalog: # SB-1860
State: Arizona
Topic: Oil and Gas
Price: $35.00

American Palace Car Company

1898, New Jersey. $100 Bond bearing 5% interest. Brown/Black. Vignette at top center of an eagle perched on a mountain top. Coupons attached at right. Uncancelled and fine.
Catalog: # SB-1006
State: New Jersey
Topic: Railroad
Price: $75.00

American Real Estate Company, Inc.

1911, New York. Green/Black/White. $200 bond bearing 6% interest. Vignette of eagle with spread wings at top center. Row of coupons on right side. Very fine.
Catalog: # SB-1147
Topic: Real Estate/Land
Price: $75.00

American Visual Telegraph Company

1892, New Jersey. Stock certificate for 200 shares. Black with light blue background and attached embossed gold company seal at lower left. Vignette of an eagle perched on a mountain top at center. Uncancelled and very fine.
Catalog: # SB-5649
State: New Jersey
Topic: Telephone & Telegraph
Price: $225.00

American-Foreign Oil Corporation

1920, Virginia. Certificate for 20 shares in English and French. Orange border on white paper with black type. Top center vignette of a steam engine pulling a number of petroleum cars away; in the foreground is an oil field. Complete coupons attached to the right. Litho. Uncancelled and in very fine condition.
Catalog: # SB-3587
State: Virginia
Topic: Oil and Gas
Price: $45.00

An Attractive Greek Bank Stock With A Large Coin Vignette

1925, Athens, Greece. Bond. Multi-colored. Large center vignette of a an egyptian coin. Bottom border vignettes of various greek figures figures. Attached coupons. Stamp cancelled and very fine.
Catalog: # SB-3252
Cancellation: Stamp Cancelled
Condition: Very Fine
Country: Greece
Topic: Banking
Price: $75.00

An Early American Express Company Stock Signed By Fargo, Butterfield And Holland

1856, New York. Stock certificate for 4 shares. Black. Vignette of a rail yard and a ship yard with the “Saftey & Dispatch” seal at top center. . Signed as vice president by JOHN BUTTERFIELD, as Secretary by WILLIAM G. FARGO and as Treasurer by ALEX HOLLAND. FARGO, WILLIAM G. (1818 - 1881). Expressman. Fargo got his start in the express business at age 13 through a 30 mile mail route. Sometime later, William Fargo served as a messenger with Wells & Company, the first express company to venture west of Buffalo. Fargo became a partner in Wells & Company and, in 1850, they joined with two other express companies to form the American Express Company which covered the eastern sector of the United States; Wells, Fargo & Company, formed in 1852, covered the western sector. Wells went on to start his own firm, Wells & Company, which ran a route from Buffalo to Detroit, the first express company to venture west of Buffalo. As a young man, William Fargo served as a messenger with Wells & Company, and eventually became Wells' partner. In 1850, Wells & Company joined with two other express companies to form the American Express Company which covered the eastern sector of the United States, with the western sector being covered by Wells, Fargo and Company. BUTTERFIELD, JOHN (1801 - 1869). Expressman; Financier. Beginning his career in the express business as a stage driver, Butterfield soon held a share in the proprietorship he was working for. Shortly, most of the stage lines west of New York were under his control. In 1849, he formed the express company of Butterfield, Wasson & Co. and in 1850, upon his suggestion, a merger of his company, (Henry) Wells & Co. and Livingston, (William G.) Fargo & Co. formed the American Express Company. In 1857, they received the government contract for the first transcontinental stage line at $600,000 per year and resulted in the Overland Mail Company of which Butterfield was president. His activities stretched to steamboating, plank roads and railroads. Some light toning. Revenue stamp affixed. Uncancelled and fine. This item has been authenticated, graded and encapsulated by PASS-CO.
Catalog: # SB-4507
State: New York
Topic: Famous People on Stocks and Bonds
Price: $950.00

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