Canceled brown and white 1915 stock certificate from Tonopah North Star Tunnel and Development Company, issued for 500 Shares of Capitol Stock. Tonopah Nevada boomed in the early 1900s for gold and silver mining. Condition: Paper is crisp but overall fair/good condition with fold lines. Left edge area has light yellowing and a light shine to paper. Shipping: $1.83 via 1st class.
1962 brown and white less than 100 shares certificate. The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad was known as the Rock Island Line or The Rock and was operational between 1852 and 1980 when it went bankrupt. Condition: Paper is crisp, there are 3 light fold lines. Shipping: $1.83 via 1st class
Blue and white certificate issued for 100 Common Stock shares. This railroad began operations in the 1850s. It was merged into the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in 1983. Condition: Paper is crisp, no folds or tears. There is a very light crease line that runs from left center to bottom center that is not distracting. Shipping: $1.83 via 1st class.
Canceled brown-background 100 shares certificate issued by American Telephone x 12 . Vignette pictures Alexander Graham Bell. Condition: Paper is crisp, no damage. Some have very-very faint fold lines; excellent for framing. Multiple available, some have scattered broker notations on frontside. Shipping: $1.83 1st class mail.
Cancelled 1968 100-share certificate. Originally named Southern Nevada Power, which served Las Vegas since 1906. Southern dropped from the company name in 1961. In 1961 Nevada Power became the first Nevada-based company to have its common stock listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Certificate measures 8 x 12 . Condition: Paper is crisp, no vertical fold lines. Center portion of bottom 2 shows light wrinkling, and very-very light corner fold line. Shipping: $1.83 via 1st class mail.
Cancelled 100-share certificate. Robert Gardners' company provided the first effective speed controls for steam engines in 1859. The Gardner Governor Company manufactured his flyball governors, which in time led to the production of steam pumps and high speed vertical air compressors. By the turn of the century, this steam pump technology was adapted for use in mud pumps, which became part of the oil and natural gas well drilling process. In 1927, the Gardner Governor Company merged with the Denver Rock Drill Company and became Gardner-Denver. Gardner-Denver was acquired by Cooper Industries in 1979. Today, Gardner-Denver provides compressed air and gas, vacuum and fluid transfer technologies to industries throughout the world. Condition: Crisp and excellent, no fold lines. Certificate measures 8 x 12 . Shipping: $1.83 via 1st class.
1930s General American Investors Co. Stock Certificate
Certificates are 1935-36 vintage. This company is one of the nation's oldest closed-end funds, established in 1927. Size is 8 x 12 . Crisp and excellent condition for framing, no fold lines. 2 available. Shipping: $1.83 via 1st class mail.
Cancelled green-background certifcate issued by American Telephone x 11 . Vignette pictures telephones circling the earth. Condition: Paper is crisp, no damage. Very faint fold lines, excellent for framing. Multiple available, some have pencil notations on front top edge. Shipping: $1.83 1st class mail.
Antique 1898 Mobile Docks Alabama Stock Certificate
An unissued certificate numbered 353. Imprinted seal is dated 1898. Certificate is in near mint condition to frame and display. Size is 10 1/4 x 8 1/4 , vignette is of a bald eagle. Mobile Alabama was the only landlocked harbor on the Gulf of Mexico, with 15 steamship lines making the 30 mile channel journey. Between 1894 and 1904 import/exports increased 500% by dredging the channel from a depth of 17 feet to 23 feet to reach the docks. Shipping: $1.83 1st Class or $4.05 Priority, your choice.