International Stock and Bond Certificates
Austria - Red Cross
Loan of 1882: Ornate share certificate featuring the Austrian Red
Cross emblem on top and female warriors on the sides. Also includes intricate
bottom vignettes depicting a horse-drawn ambulance delivering wounded soldiers
and the main room of a Red Cross hospital.
Stamp cancelled. VF
No. 1245 Red & Black (13" x 8") $75.00
Banana du Rio Grande,
France, 1913: Large share certificate with impressive full-page
vignette depicting natives working in the fields and loading banana boats.
Based in Paris, this company operated a banana plantation in
Uncancelled with coupons. VF
No. 0237 Yellow &
Black (12"x 15") $95.00
de Chine, China, 1920: Large share certificate beautifully
decorated with chinese dragons and pagodas on top and vignette depicting the
city of Shanghai at the bottom. This French bank operated in China until it
went bankrupt in the early 1920s. Restablished under Mao in 1949, it became the
first foreign bank allowed to do business in the People's Republic of China.
Uncancelled with coupons. Scarce. VF+
No. 2164 Yellow, Orange
& Red (12" x 15") $120.00
Bolivia Republic -
Gold Bond of 1922: $1000 debenture gold bond with vignette of the
Bolivian coat-of-arms flanked by allegorical characters. This loan was
authorized by the president of the Republic of Bolivia and sponsored by the
Equitable Trust Company of New York. Includes facsimile signature of Juan
Bautista Saavedra as president and coupons.
Uncancelled. Scarce. VF
Green (10" x 15") $125.00
Chemins de Fer
Ethiopiens, France, 1899: Ornate share certificate featuring a
detailed vignette of a camel caravan waiting for an approaching train. Also
includes mosaic borders with lion on the upper right. Design attributed to
French painter Louis Charles Bombled. This company was formed to build a
network of railroad lines in Ethiopia going from the Red Sea at Djibouti to
Entotto, Kaffa and the White Nile.
Uncancelled with coupons. Rare.
No. 1565 Brown & Beige (13" x 17") $500.00
China - Patriotic
Aviation Bonds, 1941: Small $10 debenture bond with central
vignette depicting a fighter plane ready for action. This bond was issued to
raise five million dollars to purchase 100 P-40 aircrafts from the U.S.
Brown (8" x 4") $65.00
Espanola, S.A. Spain, 1965: Beautiful share certificate with
impressive vignette depicting water power being transformed into horsepower
through electrical generation. Chartered in 1907, this hydroelectric company
was based in Madrid, Spain.
Uncancelled with red wax seal and
coupons on three sides. VF+
Yellow (14" x 16") $65.00
Mexico Tramways Company,
Canada, 1920s: Beautiful share certificate with streetcar
medallion and detailed vignette of the Mexico City Cathedral. Features text in
English, French and Spanish. This Canadian company operated the Mexico
Metropolitain tramway system.
Punch and stamp cancelled. VF
Purple (11" x 15") $65.00
Russia - Imperial Gold
Loan of 1916: $1,000 bond displaying the Romanoff coat-of-arms
flanked by allegorical female characters. This loan was sponsored by the
sponsored by the National City Bank of New York.
coupons. Scarce. VF
Green (7" x 12") $150.00
Russia - War Loan of
1915: 5% bond certificate for 100 rubles with impressive vignette
of a Russian matriarch holding a sword and the Romanoff shield surrounded by
implements of war. This loan was authorized by Tsar Nicolas II during World War
I to refurbish the imperial army and strengthen its European strategic
Uncancelled with coupons on the side. VF
Brown (18" x 14") $65.00
S. A. Agricole de
Sebikhotane, Belgium, 1899: Share certificate with detailed
rendition of the main building and animal pen of the company's plantation at
the bottom along with a top banner showing a field being cultivated by steam
tractors. Chartered in 1898 to acquire land north of Dakar in Senegal, this
company planned to grow rubber, indigo, tobacco and groundnuts from a property
made of a forest, marsh and grassland. Rare occurrence of a Belgian company
working in a French colony.
Uncancelled with coupons on the right.
Blue (11" x 18") $200.00
Cinematographique, Belgium, 1920: Bright and vivid share
certificate with intricate border featuring the Belgium coat-of-arms lit by oil
lamps at the bottom, electric lamps on the sides and globes entangled in young
girls' hair in the corners. This early entertainment company operated cinemas
and distributed films throughout Belgium.
Uncancelled with coupons.
Blue & Yellow (9" x 14") $75.00
Browse through the gallery and take a note of the item number
and price of the items you want to purchase. There are four ways to order:
All the certificates we offer are guaranteed to be originals.
Any item proving to be unsatisfactory may be returned within 10 days for a full
refund or exchange.