Motor Company Stocks (91664)

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Motor Company Stocks  (91664)
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This item SOLD at 2019 May 18 @ 10:37UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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Lot of five. 1) Briscoe Motor Corporation. # D125 for 25 shares to Mrs. Ray Greenberg. Signed by president Briscoe (namesake). Seal vignette. During the early years of the American automobile industry, there was a manufacturing plant in Jackson, Michigan for the New York City-based Briscoe Motor Corporation, which produced cars between 1914 and 1921. The company made its debut near its corporate office at the New York Automobile Show in January 1914. The Briscoe automobiles were powered by a four-cylinder L-head engine that produced 33 horsepower and offered a medium to high price tag. The Briscoe was a very light car, except for the cyclops headlight design that stared out of the radiator grille. For many consumers at the time, the car was new, and most people had never heard of the Briscoe Motor Corporation. The car was named for Benjamin Briscoe, who was born in Detroit and an automotive pioneer and industrialist. In 1904, Briscoe joined with Jonathan Maxwell to manufacture the Maxwell-Briscoe automobile. In 1914 and 1915, the Briscoe automobile offered the consumer a four-cylinder engine and a lightweight body made of a composition paper mache material. [Hiroian Robert Tate.] 2 Canton Car Company. Very early number 9 for 148 shares to the Marjhohn Company. Stamped void, not used. 1931. 3) Bond Automobiles. # 506. Issued with share certificate # 924. 924 for $100. Rare purchase bond. 4) Garson Motor Car Corporation. Very early number 6 for 50 shares to Adolph Stein. Singed by Beteman and president Moore. Dateline and incorporated 1921. 5) Unissued Arrow Motor Company stock datelined Chewelah, Washington. Ken Prag Collection

Date: 1916-1931