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Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Co. Stocks (3) (83450)

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Stock & Bond - Transportation Start Price:15.00 USD Estimated At:30.00 - 45.00 USD
Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Co. Stocks (3)   (83450)
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25.00USDto l******a+ (6.25) buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2019 Jul 14 @ 10:45UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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3 different I/C. Orange #31072 Calhoun & Co. 100 shares 1954. Blue #5200 Edmund Hern 50 shares 1943 signed by VP illegible. Black #2305 Lawrence Buhl 145 shares 1908 signed by President Mhillan? Ship vignettes. "The main route was between Detroit, Michigan, and Cleveland, Ohio. Routes also lead to Buffalo, New York with the purchase of the Detroit and Buffalo Steamship Company in 1909. Charters and day-trips were also offered. Most scheduled sailings were overnight sailings, landing in the morning after departure. Each ship was painted with a black hull and white superstructure and white lettering. By 1949, the ships wore all-white paint with blue lettering. The popular line operated from 1868 to 1951 and is often referred to as the owner of many of the Great Lakes' best 'Floating Palaces' and 'Honeymoon' ships. In its heyday, the D&C Line was among the most well-known shipping companies in business on the Great Lakes, with its vessels being among the largest and most palatial ever seen." from wikipedia. Prag Collection.

Date: 1908-1954
State/Country: Michigan
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