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Eight Philadelphia stocks (117522)

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Stock & Bond - Transportation Start Price:60.00 USD Estimated At:120.00 - 240.00 USD
Eight Philadelphia stocks  (117522)
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8 certificates. 1. Philadelphia Traction Co. incorp. 1883. The first cable car line in the City of Philadelphia was opened on Columbia Avenue from 23rd Street to Fairmount Park by the Philadelphia Traction Company. Introduced the first electric cars in the city. Two Orange certificates I/C, shares $50 par issued 1884-1900, embossed seal, vignettes: top inder wavy title two woman seated state seal center, bottom brakeman. Revenu stamps on one. American Bank Note Co. VF

2. Philadelphia & Gray's Ferry Passenger Railway Co. incorp. 1858. $319 & 320, I/C, $50 par, issued 1934, Black, embossed seal, vignette top horse drawn trolley IFO building. Wm. F. Murphy & Sons printer. VF

3. Philadelphia City Passenger Railway Co. incorp. 1859. The first streetcars in the region, running on steel rails and pulled by horses. #477, I/C, $50 par, issued 1877, Black, embossed seal , vignettes: top two females seated state seal center, two portraits of men and Independence Hall bottom. American bank Note Co. VF-EF

Provenance: Ken Prag Collection
Country (if not USA):
State: Pennsylvania
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Date: 18-1900's