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Glass Company Stock Certificates (5) [129750]

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Glass Company Stock Certificates (5)  [129750]
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Stock certificates issued by glass manufacturers.
Included are fifty (50) shares issued by Corning Glass Works to Henry Sprague, dated Oct, 20, 1922 and signed by secretary John Thomas and Eugene Sullivan, president. It is hand canceled, with one $1 green revenue stamp and four brown 20 cent revenue stamps on reverse. Obverse has woman and factory vignette.
2. Issued by Beacon Plate & Window Glass Company for 100 shares at $1 per to Allan F. Bruen, dated Dec. 15, 1937, signed by president and secretary (illegible) and no cancelation. 3. The Akron Glass and Machinery Co. issued five shares at $100 per to M.W. Kapp, signed by secretary Baldwin and president Baird, it's dated Sept. 9, 1902, has Lincoln vignette and no cancelation. 4. Bullet Proof and Non-Shatterable Glass Corporationissued for five shares to A.B. Murray Jr, dated Aug. 7, 1922 and signed by secretary and president (illegible). There is a woman & factory vignette and no apparent cancelation. 5. Erie Glass Company, issues four (4) shares at $100 per to Samuel Cushing. Dated Feb. 12, 1929 and signed by secretary, Ling and president Tracey.
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Date: 1900's
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Provenance: Ken Prag Collection