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New Jersey Stock Yard and Market Company Stock (123329)

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New Jersey Stock Yard and Market Company Stock  (123329)
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Number 95 for 20 shares. Vignette of an old steam locomotive passing over a pasture scene. On left side three more animal scenes. Very light discoloration there. Names are faced, but legibleDateline November 2, 1866. 25c Certificate revenue stamp. Fold at two corners. George F Nesbitt of New York printer. "In April 1866, the New Jersey Stock Yard and Market Company was incorporated with plans to open a livestock terminal and slaughtering facility. The company’s owners included Chicagoans Samuel W. Allerton and Joseph McPherson. Allerton was a leading livestock shipper and McPherson was the livestock agent for the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad. Both men were partners in the nation’s first union stockyards enterprise: the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Central Stock Yards at East Liberty near Pittsburgh." [blog.historian4hire.net]

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Provenance: Ken Prag Collection