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Stock Certificate for the Dixon, Peoria & Hannibal Railroad Co.

By: N/A

Price: $37.50

Seller ID: 015896


Circa 1880s. Dimensions 10 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches. Black ink, vignette of steam locomotive by a river and decorative border. This stock certificate was never issued, it has no number, stamps or signature. Dixon, Peoria & Hannibal Railroad was a small railroad line that ran through central Illinois from 1867 to 1899, when it was succeeded by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. View more info

Stock Certificate for the Chicago, Fort Madison & Des Moines Railroad Company

By: N/A

Price: $37.50

Publisher: New York and Boston, American Bank Note Company:

Seller ID: 015899


Circa 1900. Dimensions 11 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches. Black ink, vignette of steam locomotive rolling through the countryside and decorative border. "Incorporated Under the Laws of Iowa" printed along top border and "Capital Stocks $852,000" along bottom. No. 186, not issued, no value, stamps or signatures. This railway began as the Fort Madison and North Western Railway in 1879, went into receivership in 1885, and was eventually reorganized as the Chicago, Fort ... View more info

Stock Certificate for 100 Shares in the Hestonville, Mantua & Fairmount Passenger Rail Road Company

By: N/A

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, American Bank Note Company: 1886

Seller ID: 015900


Dimensions 11 x 7 inches. Black ink, three vignettes: 1 - two women with a shield - center top, 2 - a bridge over a river - left bottom, 3 - a Grecian looking woman sitting by a river - right bottom, with decorative border. "Shares $50 Each" printed along top border. No. 11221, canceled, originally issued to Gordon Monges & Co. on March 5, 1886. Signed by the President, "Chas. Lafferty", and the Treasurer, whose name is obscured by several cancellation pu... View more info

Stock Certificate for 1 Share in the Chicago and Ohio River Railroad Company

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Publisher: New York, American Bank Note Company: 1887

Seller ID: 015901


Dimensions 11 x 7 inches. Orange and black ink, vignette of steam locomotive at a station at center bottom, two winged female figures border the company name, with decorative border. "Shares $100 Each" printed along bottom border. No. 327, originally issued to Mrs. Mary E. Bell on April 12, 1887. Signed by the President, "Charles Stevens", and the Secretary, "William A. Cayes 2". Top edge darkened, fold lines. On back is signed "Mary E. Bell b... View more info

Stock Certificate for 50 Shares in the New York, West Shore and Buffalo Railway Company

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Franklin Bank Note Company:

Seller ID: 015904


Circa 1880s. Dimensions 12 x 8 inches. Black and brown ink, vignette of a large factory next to a wharf with ships docked and decorative border. "Authorized Capital, $40,000,000" printed along bottom of border. No. B727, not issued, no stamps or signatures. The New York, West Shore and Buffalo Railway Company was created in 1881 to compete with the New York Central Railroad, controlled by the Vanderbilts. The New York, West Shore and Buffalo Railway was quickly f... View more info

Stock Certificate for 2 Shares in the Peoria & Bureau Valley Railroad Company

By: N/A

Price: $100.00

Publisher: New York, Danforth, Wright and Co.: 1855

Seller ID: 015905


Dimensions 10 x 6 1/2 inches. Black ink, vignette of steam locomotive running through the prairie with a group of Native Americans watching, with decorative border. "Shares $100 Each" printed along right border. No. 44, originally issued to A. Lee Merriman on June 26, 1855. Signed by the President, "M. R. Judd". Side edges darkened, fold lines. "Canceled" written in red ink across front, six punch holes. Mr. Merriman transferred the certificate to... View more info

Stock Certificate for the Indiana, Illinois and Iowa Railroad Company

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Franklin Bank Note Company:

Seller ID: 015906


Circa 1880s. Dimensions 11 x 6 1/2 inches. Black and green ink, vignette of steam locomotive in a station next to a mountain and decorative border. No. 896, not issued, no stamps or signatures. Three punch holes. The Indiana, Illinois and Iowa Railroad Company (AKA the 3I line) ran from Streator, Illinois, to North Judson, Indiana, and later into South Bend, Indiana, from 1881 to 1906. It eventually became the Kankakee Belt Route of the New York Central Railroad. View more info

Stock Certificate for the Michigan Central Railroad Company

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Chicago, Western Bank Note Co.:

Seller ID: 015908


Circa 1800s. Dimensions 13 x 9 inches. Black and green ink, vignette of steam locomotive rolling next to a lake with a city in the background, and decorative border. 3 hole punches. No. 136, not issued, no stamps or signatures. The Michigan Central Railroad Company was originally incorporated in 1846 to provide freight service from Detroit to St. Joseph, Michigan, where freight could be transferred to a ship for transport to Chicago. The company later decided to extend t... View more info

Stock Certificate for 100 Shares in the United States Shipbuilding Company

By: N/A

Price: $100.00

Publisher: New York, Franklin Lee Bank Note Company: 1902

Seller ID: 015909


Dimensions 12 1/2 x 8 inches. Black and orange ink, vignette of battleship on the ocean, with decorative border. "United States Shipbuilding Company 1902" embossed stamp with anchor in center. No. 1538, originally issued to E. R. Chapman & Co. (a New York brokerage firm) on December 23, 1902. Signed by the President, "B. B. Lewis" and the Assistant Treasurer "Cyrus Wells". Signed by "E. R. Chapman" on back on December 29, 1902. The United ... View more info

Stock Certificate for 25 Shares in the Boston and Providence Railroad Corporation

By: N/A

Price: $50.00

Publisher: New York, Rawdon, Wright & Hatch: 1841

Seller ID: 015910


Dimensions 9 x 7 inches. Black ink, one vignette, middle top, showing a river port, and another, left side, with a scene of a bridge over a river. No. 921, originally issued to John Farrar on September 10, 1841. Signed by the Treasurer "Henry Dalton". Fold lines. Mr. Farrar signed the back on October 10, 1854, included address" No. 921 Camellia (?)". The Boston and Providence Railroad was an early railroad line intended to connect Boston, Massachusetts, t... View more info

Stock Certificate for 50 Shares in the New-York, Providence & Boston Railroad Company

By: N/A

Price: $125.00

Publisher: 1836

Seller ID: 015912


Dimensions 9 x 6 inches. Black and brown ink, vignette of a woman sitting next to a shield with a steamboat on one side and a locomotive on the other, small vignette on left side of woman sitting next to a cog, decorative border. Foxing, fold lines, left upper corner missing, two peach colored spots, possibly adhesive residue? No. 144, originally issued to William H. Cary on May 6th, 1836. The New York, Providence and Boston Railroad, AKA "The Stonington Line" wa... View more info

Bond Certificate for the Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, American Bank Note Company: 1902

Seller ID: 015913


Dimensions 10 x 14 inches. $1000 Consolidated Mortgage Five Per Cent Gold Bond. Black ink, vignette of two Native Americans sitting on a hill, one looking at a group of settlers with a covered wagon on the left, and one looking at a train on the right. Decorative border. Fold line at top, minor discoloration lower right corner. Includes all 99 coupons. No. 5852, not issued, no stamps or signatures. The Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company (AKA "Choctaw Route&#... View more info

Stock Certificate for the Keokuk and Western Railroad Company

By: N/A

Price: $37.50

Publisher: New York, American Bank Note Company:

Seller ID: 015914


Circa 1880s. Dimensions 11 x 7 inches. Black and brown ink, vignette of steam locomotive in a station with two griffins bordering the vignette, and decorative border. No. 2960, not issued, no stamps or signatures. The Keokuk and Western Railroad Company came into existence when the Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska was sold at foreclosure in 1886. The line ran from Alexandria, Missouri, to Van Wert, Iowa. In 1901, it was bought by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. View more info

Stock Certificate for 25 Shares in the Pullman's Palace Car Company

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Publisher: New York, American Bank Note Company: 1898

Seller ID: 015916


Dimensions 11 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches. Black ink, vignettes of St. Pancras Station, London, and the Pullman Car Works in Detroit. The center vignette is covered by a green $1 and a brown 25 cent U.S. Internal Revenue Documentary stamp. At top of decorative border is printed "Boston Certificate". Multiple punch holes, including some arranged to say "Canceled 5-14-17", purple cancellation stamp. This certificate was originally issued to Benjamin C. Creelman on N... View more info

Stock Certificate for the New York and Northern Railway Company

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Franklin Bank Note Company:

Seller ID: 015917


Circa 1880s. Dimensions 11 x 7 inches. Black and brown ink, vignette of steam locomotive running by a lake, and decorative border. No. 1394, not issued, no stamps or signatures. The New York and Northern Railway Company emerged in 1887 after the New York, Westchester and Putnam Company went into receivership and was reorganized. In 1894, J. P. Morgan reorganized it again. It eventually became the Putman Division of the New York Central Railroad. View more info

Bond Certificate for the Wilmington and Northern Railroad Company

By: N/A

Price: $37.50

Publisher: American Bank Note Company: 1887

Seller ID: 015919


Dimensions 13 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches. $500 Five Per Cent Bond. Black and green ink, vignette of a train rolling past a herd of cows lounging by some trees, another circular vignette of steam locomotive in station at bottom. Decorative border. Fold line, three punch holes. No. 1398, unissued, no stamps, signatures or coupons. Originally the Berks and Chester Railroad (inc. 1864), the company was reorganized as the Wilmington and Northern Railroad in 1876. It ran from Wilmingt... View more info

Stock Certificate for the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad Company

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Lith. of Robertson, Seibert & Shearman:

Seller ID: 015920


Circa 1800s. Dimensions 10 x 5 1/2 inches. Black ink, vignette of steam locomotive top center, vignette of Native American girl crossing a stream bottom left, and decorative border. Not issued, no number, stamps or signatures. Three hole punches. Originally organized as the Cleveland, Warren and Pittsburgh Railroad in 1836, it was reorganized as the Cleveland and Pacific in 1845. Financial troubles caused the company to ask the city of Cleveland for municipal funds, whic... View more info

Stock Certificate for 14 Shares in the Germantown Passenger Rail Way Company

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, American Bank Note Company: 1929

Seller ID: 015921


Dimensions 10 x 6 inches. Black ink, vignette of bald eagle with wings spread standing on a stars and stripes shield top center, vignette of two horses being fed at a trough bottom center, and a bust portrait of a young lady on the right. 12 punch holes. This certificate was originally issued to Harold D. Cunningham on October 8, 1929. Embossed stamp, canceled stamp with illegible date, signature obscured by ink and punch holes. Incorporated in 1858, the Germantown Passe... View more info

Stock Certificate for 54 Shares in the Boston, Clinton, Fitchburg and New Bedford Railroad Company

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Boston, American Bank Note Company: 1876

Seller ID: 015922


Dimensions 11 x 7 1/2 inches. Black ink, vignette of Massachusetts state seal, with a Native American in a frame, with an arm with a sword above and a banner with the state motto, center bottom, decorative border. Embossed stamp dated 1876. Fold lines. No. 616, originally issued to Charles Burleigh on August 16, 1876. Signed by the Treasurer "Laurence G_____" and the President "Solomon H. Howe". Mr. Burleigh transferred the stock to the Worcester North Sa... View more info

Stock Certificate for 10 Shares in the Second & Third Street Passenger Railway Company of Philadelphia

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, Breuker & Kessler Co.: 1907

Seller ID: 015923


Dimensions 14 x 9 1/2 inches. Black ink, vignette of horse drawn streetcar passing a federal style building, decorative border. Several punch holes obscuring the signatures of the company officials, and also spelling out "Canceled 7-30-08" This certificate was originally issued to Francis Olcott Allen, Jr., M.D. on August 14, 1907. Dr. Allen transferred 5 shares to Emeline Fries and 5 to Edgar Fries on July 28, 1908. Dr. Allen (1874-1953) was a graduate of the Un... View more info