• New

1899 - UNITED STATES FLOUR MILLING COMPANY Gold Bond $ 1.000 - Scripopass (COA) included

9506
In Stock
€249.00
Tax included Shipping excluded

1899 - UNITED STATES FLOUR MILLING COMPANY Gold Bond $ 1.000

UNCANCELLED WITH 2 PAGES COMPLETE COUPONS

INCLUDED OFFICIAL INTERNATIONAL 
SCRIPOPASS (COA) CERTIFICATION OF AUTHENTICATION

Description

In 1898 a New York promoter, Thomas McIntyre, began to acquire flour mills around the nation, and in February 1899 he formed the United States Flour Milling Company and sought control over the major companies in the industry, including Pillsbury-Washburn, Washburn-Crosby, and Northwestern Consolidated. It seemed likely that the dissatisfied English shareholders would acquiesce in U.S. Flour Milling Company's adsorbing Pillsbury-Washburn, but this did not occur, because a member of the Pillsbury family made sufficient purchases of the securities of the parent British company to thwart McIntyre's plans.

Product Details

Place of issue
Year of issue
1899
Nation of issue
USA

Reviews

No reviews
Product added to wishlist
Product added to compare.

This site or third-party tools used by this make use of cookies necessary for the operation and useful for the purposes described in the cookie policy.
If you want to learn more or opt out of all or some cookies, see the cookie policy.
By closing this banner, clicking on a link or continuing navigation in any other way, you consent to the use of cookies.