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The Lake Shore and the International Elevating Company (123433)

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The Lake Shore and the International Elevating Company  (123433)
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Lot of two very similar Stocks. Each has a vignette of an industrial plant. If you put the two together and imagine looking at them from different angles, it is the SAME BUILDING. 1) Lake Shore Elevating. Number 16 for 3 shares to Charles Gould. 2) International Elevating 3 shares to Charles Gould. Both certificates are signed by FA Ball president and John Bedford secretary. Both are datelined January 7, 1890 in Buffalo, New York. These two companies would merge with the Buffalo Elevating Company prior to 1892.

Date: 1890
Country (if not USA):
State: New York
City: Buffalo
Provenance: Ken Prag Collection