New York bonds (3) (105167)

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New York bonds (3)   (105167)
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Cancelled 3 New York railroad bonds - Trustee certificates. 1) $1,000 5% 1st Mortgage Gold Bond for Peoria and Pekin Terminal Railway. Certificate #532, 46 coupons. Principal due 1930. Interest payable Jan 1 and July 1 at Royal Trust Co. Chicago. Printed: American Bank Note Co. NY & Boston. Signed T. J. Miller, president, L. E. Myers, secretary. Vignette of train station, raised seal, green border. Peoria and Pekin Union Railway is switching and terminal railroad in Illinois. Operations began in 1881 and was leased to the Tazewell and Peoria Railroad in 2004. 2) $500 bond certificate # 314 7%.Payable July 1, 1888 for Town of Volney, County of Oswego, State of New York. Printed: Corlies, Macy & Co Stationers, 33 Nassau St. N.Y. Black border, 3 vignettes of train in middle top, women on left and cattle on right. 3) Terminal 1st Mortgage 50 year 5% Gold Bond certificate #43 for New York, Susquehanna and Western Railroad Co issued to Josephine Stein on Jan. 15, 1902. Raised seal, brown border. Signed by 2nd Vice President and Secretary. Vignette on bottom of train coming out of tunnel and top of women with wheat. Printed: Homer Lee Bank Note Co. N.Y. Assigned May 20, 1915. Operates over 500 miles of track in the northeastern states of New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Formed in 1881 by the merger of smaller railroads. Line purchased by the Delaware Otsego Corp in 1980.