Stock Certificate for 1 Share in the Boston and Providence Railroad Corporation

Price: $37.50

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Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good


Dimensions 9 x 7 inches. Black ink, one vignette, middle top, showing a river port, and another, left side, with a scene of a bridge over a river. Fold lines, several punch holes. No. 15860, originally issued to Charles W. Stone on December 7, 1877. Signed by the Treasurer "P. P. Torrey" and the President, "Henry Whitney". Mr. Stone signed the back on October 1, 1878, to transfer the share to "Royal Rich" of Warren, Massachusetts. The Boston and Providence Railroad was an early railroad line intended to connect Boston, Massachusetts, to Providence, Rhode Island. It was incorporated in 1831 and completed in 1835. Today the line is split between the MBTA (Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority) and Amtrak. Charles Warren Stone (1843-1912) was a prominent Pennsylvania politician, having served the state as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and as Lieutenant Governor.

Title: Stock Certificate for 1 Share in the Boston and Providence Railroad Corporation

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Categories: Transportation, Inc. Automobiles, Trains & Ships, Business and Finance,

Publisher: New York and Boston, American Bank Note Company: 1877

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 015930

Keywords: STOCK CERTIFICATES BOSTON PROVIDENCE RAILROAD CORPORATION MASSACHUSETTS RHODE ISLAND TRAINS LOCOMOTIVES CHARLES WARREN STONE CC-30,