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Seneca Mining Company

1911, Michigan. Stock certificate for 11 shares. Top center vignette of the state seal. Vignettes of working miners. Punch cancelled and fine.
Catalog: # SB-5680
State: Michigan
Topic: Mining
Price: $75.00

Society For The Propagating Of The Gospel

Printed 18th century document. Boston. 7 ¾ x 9”. Unused. “The Society for the Propagating the Gospel among the Indians and Others in North America, acknowledging the receipt of — from your hands; and have directed me to return their thanks for your benevolent intention to promote the object of their institution ; assuring you, that they will faithfully apply your donation to the purpose for which it was generously given…” In 1787 the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel Among the Indians and Others in North America was organized and incorporated in order to give inspiration and leadership to regional societies. While some worried about carrying the gospel to the Indians, others thought it an important endeavor to teach the “Heathens” about the Lord. Luminaries such as Revolutionary War General Benjamin Lincoln and John Lowell were members who contributed. During last part of the 18th century and early 19th, Missionary activity to Christianize the Indian was furthered by associations formed to provide bibles, pamphlets and people for the expanding frontier, without such work, they feared, the frontier would be paganized. Rare and in Extremely Fine condition.
Catalog: # AA-0216
State: Massachusetts
Topic: American Indian
Price: $395.00

State Of New York Banking Department

1923, New York, New York. A partly printed document signed “George V. McLaughlin” as superintendent. The document states: “...Whereas I have heretofore approved the organization certificate of Irving Bank, New York...complied with the provisions of Chapter 2, of the consolidated Laws, and with all other requirements of Law...I...authorized the said Irving Bank New York to transact business of a bank...and do hereby certify that such business can be safely intrusted to it...” The document has an intact gold seal and the State seal in the upper left. It is in extremely fine condition overall
Catalog: # AA-0225
State: New York
Price: $90.00

State Of New York Banking Department

1923, New York, New York. A partly printed document signed “George V. McLaughlin” as superintendent. The document states: “...Whereas, the Irving Bank, New York, a Bank, located in the City of New York...has heretofore made application to me for permission to exercise certain fiduciary powers set forth in application...I... specially authorize the said Irving Bank, New York to act as Trustee, Executor, Administrator, Transfer Agent or Registrar of Stocks and Bonds, Guardian of Estates, Assignee, Receiver, Committee of Estates Lunatics, or in any other fiduciary capacity in which Trust Companies are permitted to act.” The metallic seal has some wear: the document is in very fine condition overall
Catalog: # AA-0226
State: New York
Price: $90.00

State Of New York Banking Department

1926, New York. A partly printed document signed “Frank H. Warder” as superintendent. The partly printed document states “...Whereas I have heretofore approved the organization certificate of The American Exchange-Pacific Bank of New York...complied with the provisions of Chapter 2, of the consolidated Laws, and with all other requirements of Law...I...authorize the said The American Exchange-Pacific Bank to transact business of a bank and do hereby certify that such business can be safely intrusted to it...” The document has an intact gold seal and the states seal in the upper left. It is in extremely fine condition overall
Catalog: # AA-0227
State: New York
Price: $90.00

State Of New York Banking Department

1926, New York. A partly printed document signed “Frank H. Warder” as superintendent. The partly printed document states “...Whereas The American Exchange-Pacific Bank of New York...in the City of New York...has heretofore made application to me for permission to exercise certain fiduciary powers set forth in such application...I...specially authorize the said The American Exchange-Pacific Bank to act as Trustee, Executor, Administrator, Transfer Agent or Registrar of Stocks and Bonds, Guardian of Estates Assignee, Receive, Committee of Estates of Lunatics, or in any other fiduciary capacity in which Trust Companies are permitted to act.” The document has a gold seal and the New York logo in upper corner. It is in very fine condition overall
Catalog: # AA-0228
State: New York
Price: $90.00

State Of New York Banking Department

1926, Albany. Document for the American Exchange Pacific Bank. A partly printed “State of New York” document signed “Frank H. Warder as Superintendent of Banks.” The piece states: Whereas, Application has been made to the Superintendent of Banks in the State of New York by THE AMERICAN EXCHANGE-PACIFIC BANK...in the borough of Manhattan...for permission to open and occupy a branch office at each of the following locations...It appears from an investigation made in accordance with provisions of Section 51 of the Banking Law that he public convenience and advantage will be promoted by the opening of such branch office...I DO HEREBY AUHORIZE The American Exchange Pacific Bank...to open and occupy a branch office...”The document is in very fine condition overall.
Catalog: # AA-0229
State: New York
Price: $90.00

State Of New York Banking Department

1923,New York. A partly printed “State of New York” document signed “George V. McLaughlin” as Superintendent of Banks” It states in part “WHEREAS, Application has been made to the Superintendent of Banks...by the Irving Bank, New York, located in the borough of Manhattan...for permission to open and occupy a branch office...the public convenience and advantage will be promoted by the opening of such branch offices...I...DO HEREBY AUTHORIZE the IRVING BANK NEW YORK, to open and occupy a branch office. The two page document is in excellent condition overall.
Catalog: # AA-0230
State: New York
Price: $90.00

Superb Ottawa Chief Print

Superb 13" x 20" KA.NA.PI.MA an Ottawa Chief print. This colorful print was published by Daniel Rice & James G. Clark of Philadelphia. Ideal for framing.
Catalog: # AA-0010
Topic: American Indian
Price: $475.00

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