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American Flying Club, Inc. Signed By Lawrence Driggs As President

1919, New York. $100 bond bearing 5% interest. Green/Black. Certificate #11. Signed as president by LAURENCE LA TOURETTE DRIGGS (1876 - 1945). Aviation specialist. Driggs founded the American Flying Club which comprised a veritable who’s who of successful aviators that had flown over German lines during the Great War. Active in many aspects of aviation, Driggs also co-authored Fighting the Flying Circus with Eddie Rickenbacker. Working with the War Department, the American Flying Club organized the first transcontinental air race in the United States. A choice aviation related bond signed by this important name in aviation. Coupons attached. Uncancelled and excellent.
Catalog: # SB-5785
State: New York
Topic: Aviation
Price: $450.00

American General Insurance Co.

1968. Texas. Stock certificate for 100 shares. Blue/White. Color vignette of George Washington mounted on a horse at top center. Perferation cancelled. Very fine.
Catalog: # SB-1165
Topic: Insurance
Price: $24.00

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 Merchants Union Express Company Issued To And Signed On Verso By Philadelphia Refiner Charles Lockhart, Signed As President By William G. Fargo

 FARGO, WILLIAM G.
1869, New York. Stock certificate for 25 shares. Black with imprinted orange revenue stamp at center. Large vignette of loading dock at top center; dog's head at top left; clasped hands at bottom left. Litho. Signed as president by WILLIAM G. FARGO (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. The outstanding success of the American Express Company brought with it many competitors, one of which was the very powerful Merchants Union Express Company and, following a fierce competitive struggle, the Merchant's Union Express was consolidated into the American Express Company, the resulting company becoming the American Merchants Union Express with Fargo as president. A nice example of restructuring of a competitive industry in its early stages. Issued to and signed on verso by CHARLES LOCKHART (b. 1818) Pittsburgh area oil buyer, producer, refiner; President of Atlantic Refining; Board of Directors of Standard Oil. Minor glue residue at left margin from stub. Extremely Fine. Diamond cut cancellation at left with paper removed, both signatures are unaffected.
Catalog: # SB-4250
State: New York
Topic: Famous People on Stocks and Bonds
Price: $750.00

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

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