Lot 19: Chicago, Danville and Vincennes Rail Road Company

HWPH Historisches Wertpapierhaus AG

November 10, 2012
Wuerzburg, Germany

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Description: City of Chicago, State of Illinois, 10 March 1869, 7 % First Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bond for US-$ 1,000, #2114, 32.5 x 46.6 cm, black, green, folds, cancelled by holes, rest of coupons, three vignettes: train passes men, farmers load hay wagon top left, eagle top right, imprinted revenues RN-W2, 2-RN-P5 (centre), only four more certificates (#2102, 2116, 2324, 2326) listed in Cox, rarity from the collection of Tankred Menzel.
City of Chicago, State of Illinois, 10.03.1869, 7 % First Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bond über US-$ 1.000, #2114, 32,5 x 46,6 cm, schwarz, grün, Knickfalten, lochentwertet, KR, Vignette mit Zug, Heuwagen und US-Wappentier, imprinted revenues RN-W2, 2-RN-P5 in der Mitte, nur vier weitere Exemplare (#2102, 2116, 2324, 2326) bei Cox gelistet, Rarität aus der Sammlung von Tankred Menzel.
The railway company was founded in 1865. It operated the 108 miles long railway from Danville to Dolton in Illinois and the 24 mile long railway from Bismarck (Illinois) to Coal Creek in Indiana. The company went bankrupt in 1877. The line was served by the Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad.
Die Bahngesellschaft wurde 1865 gegründet. Sie betrieb die 108 Meilen lange Strecke von Danville nach Dolton in Illinois sowie die 24 Meilen lange Strecke von Bismarck (Illinois) nach Coal Creek (Indiana). 1877 meldete die Firma Konkurs an. Die Strecke wurde von der Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad fortgeführt.
Condition Report: VF
Notes: Country: USA, Region: Amerika
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