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Auction Description for Booneshares: Auction No.57 of Antique Stocks & Bonds

Auction No.57 of Antique Stocks & Bonds (1490 Lots)

by Boone Shares - The Scripophily Center


1,490 lots | 1488 with images

29 October 2016

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Brussels, Belgium

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INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT

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Description: 1 July 1980 5% Stock of 1875 Pounds. orange, black. No 5988. Part of an issue of 10 million GBP. Printed by Bradbury, Wilkinson. This large international financial institution offers loans to developing countries and is part of the World Bank Group. It was originally established in 1944 to finance the reconstruction of the European nations devastated by WWII.

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OCEANIE, SOC. DE L'

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Description: 18 April 1849 PARIS. Action de F500. black on pink paper. No 226. Company formed to buy, fit out and send ships to Oceania, and all other destinations, to establish advantageous commercial relations, favourable to Catholic influence, and to bring progress in work and civilisation to distant countries. Replacement/duplicata issue for an 1845 share. Between 1845 and 1849, the company sent out 117 missionaries. Very early date for scripophily of that part of the world.

Condition Report: VF

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LONDONDERRY GOLD MINE LTD

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Description: 22 April 1895 WESTERN AUISTRALIA. COOLGARDIE/LONDON. Warrant of 25 shares of £1. green, black. No 150568-592. Central fold. In 1894 a party of unsuccessful prospectors camped on their way to Coolgardie, and one man scraped his heel in the ground. He saw gold. The spot was very rich, and the party dug out all they could. They applied for a lease, and the new deposit became public knowledge, leading to a local gold rush. No one could see any gold, but it was claimed that a lot of gold was in the bank for safe keeping. A London entrepreneur, Lord Fingall, who was in the area, bought the claim for £100.000, and sealed up the hole. This company was floated in London and Paris late in 1894. After the successful stock-exchange launch, earning £700.000 from investors, the hole was unsealed, and- no gold! All had been taken out, and the hole was worthless! Thecompany continued to look for gold, but found none, and was liquidated in 1899. View of a mining-camp in the bush, and two coats-of-arms. One of the coats-of-arms includes a skeleton- perhaps an investor in the company?

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MOUNT MARGARET REWARD CLAIM, LTD

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Description: 189. COOLGARDIE GOLDFIELD. LONDON. Shares of £1, specimen. black on green paper. Folds. Four corner vignettes of mining themes.Est. 1897 and liquidated in 1902. Mount Margaret is located 900 km east of Perth in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia.

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SLUG HILL (PRIDE OF THE HILL) GOLD MINING CO., LTD

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Description: 20 April 1903 Shares of £1. black on green paper. No 609. Several repaired tears and a few pin-holes. Mine located in the Broad Arrow Goldfield, Kalgoorlie-Boulder Shire, Western Australia. The company was active from 1898 until 1908. It employed some 60 men, mostly French and Italians. The mine had produced 13.265 tonnes of ore for 10.539 ounces of gold.

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COMMONWEALTH OIL CORP. LTD.

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Description: 4 February 1909 WESTMINSTER. Debenture of £100. green, black. #1000. No 1847. Founded 1905 with a capital of £800,000. Acquired a lease of properties and refineries of a local company, all together about 40 square miles, in Newnes, New South Wales. By 1910 shale was being produced. The company also constructed a 32 mile railway toconnect the property with the government railway. Coal had been opened up and coke made. Also some brick making. Dissolved in 1930. Large format with folds.

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BROKEN HILL SOUTH SILVER MINING CO.

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Description: 26 February 1912 NEW SOUTH WALES. MELBOURNE. Shares of £1. black on green paper. No 18405. Broken Hill was (and still is) one of the richest mining areas of Australia, producing mostly silver/lead/zinc.

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COMMONWEALTH HEMP CORP. LTD

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Description: 1930s? SYDNEY. Shares of £1. black on yellow paper. No 157. Folds. The company grew hemp, mainly for the production of paper. Hemp and marijuana are both members of the species Cannabis sativa, but they have some distinct features and uses. So does Hemp has less psychoactive effect. The company was part of a fraudulent investigation around 1941.

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LA CALEDONIE S.A.

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Description: 20 June 1892 PARIS. Obligation Hypothécaire de F500. green. #10000. No 436. Pretty piece with border of cattle, sheep, horses, a Kanak and a French settler, etc., a view of the company's factories, and a large map of the island, showing the company's estates.

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CHARB. DE LA NOUVELLE-CALEDONIE

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Description: 20 October 1904 PARIS. Cert. d'Inscription nom. d'Actions de F100. yellow, brown. No 43. Central fold. Brown stains in left border. Pretty border of leaves, with vignettes of mining-tools. The only coal company we know from this South Pacific island.

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GOUVERNEMENT DE LA NOUVELLE-CALEDONIE ET DEPENDANCES

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Description: 31 August 1931 PARIS. 4% Obligation de F1000. brown, yellow. No 18531. The only government bond from New Caledonia we know of.

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NEW ZEALAND CONSOLIDATED STOCK

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Description: 14 February 1906 Stock £4 per Cent. black on blue paper. For an amount of 1496 pounds.

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CENTRAL JAVA RUBBER PLANTATIONS

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Description: 29 September 1910 Option Certificate of 40 Shares of 2s. black. No 147. Founded 1910 and reconstructed two years later as the Java Hevea Rubber and Tobacco Estates Ld. Acquired an estate of 24,000 acres in the Socrakarta Residency, Sragen district of Java.

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HEVEA, CIE. DE L'

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Description: 30 December 1920 SELANGOR. BRUXELLES. Action de F100. green, black. #150000. No 95330. Folds. Founded in Turnhout in 1908, by M. Adrien Hallet, originally to produce rubber in the Far East, but in practice became a holding company, with investments in various plantation companies. These were primarily in the Netherlands Indies, Malaya andIndochina, and produced mostly rubber and palm-oil.

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DUTCH EAST INDIES

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Description: 1 March 1922 NEW YORK. 6% Gold Bond of $1000, specimen. green, black. Previously unseen USD-bond from the Dutch East Indies, printed by Enschede in the Netherlands. Large vignette of a busy port. Text in English.

Condition Report: EF

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NEDERLANDSCH-INDISCHE LEENING

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Description: 1 October 1932 'S-GRAVENHAGE. 5% Schuldbewijs F1000, specimen. blue, black. Previously unseen NLG bond of the Dutch East Indies. Text in Dutch and printed by Lith. Lankhout, Den Haag. Beautiful vignette of two local ladies in traditional clothing.

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NEDERLANDSCH-INDISCHE LEENING

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Description: 1 December 1934 'S-GRAVENHAGE. 4% Schuldbewijs van 100 Gulden, specimen. brown, black. Another scarce Dutch East India bond. Vignette of a map showing the different islands that formed the Dutch colony. Text in Dutch.

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ANGLO-JAVA ESTATES LTD

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Description: 14 February 1950 SHANGHAI. Shares of 10 Shillings. black. No 269. Many folds. By 1910 the arabica coffee estates in Java had been ravaged by a virulent leaf disease, and the land of the bankrupt Dutch plantation companies could be bought for almost nothing. At that time, hevea rubber seed had been smuggled out of Brazil and cultivated at Kew, London, and was becoming available for planting in south-east Asia. This company was formed by a British financier and a British planter, in Shanghai but under Hongkong law, to plant rubber in Java. It acquired the Limburgand Djarangan plantations, owned by a Dutch company registered in Surabaya, and used seed originating in Kew to replant with hevea brasiliensis. The estates were very productive (except during Japanese occupation 1942-45) until at least the 1960s. Thecompany itself went in voluntary liquidation in 1946.

Condition Report: VF

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PINDJAMAN REPUBLIK INDONESIA

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Description: 1 April 1950 DJAKARTA. 3% Bond of 100 Rupiah. green, red, black. No 466641. A little staining in the lower right border. Arms of the Republic of Indonesia. The only Indonesian Government bond we have ever seen. Text in Indonesian.

Condition Report: VF

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BANK NEGARA INDONESIA

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Description: 1 December 1962 DJAKARTA. Bond of Rp.500. blue, green, red. No 206848. Fold and one faint stain near the top. This is the Indonesian state bank, created in 1946 to issue Indonesian currency.

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CHOUKPAZAT GOLD MINING CO.

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Description: 17 March 1900 Shares of £1. pink, black. No 75. Folds and a few pin-holes. The goldmine was located in the Katha District, the northeastern-most district in the Sagaing Region of Burma (Myanmar).

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ANGLO-BURMA OIL CO., LTD.

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Description: 26 July 1922 Ordinary Shares of 2 Shillings. brown. No 2193. Folds and repaired edge-tears. Formed 1910, liquidated 1924. There was important British capital in the development of the oil deposits in Burma, administered as part of British India.

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CEYLON CO. LTD

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Description: 3 July 1866 1 Share of £20. black. #50000. No 12476. The Ceylon Co. Ltd advanced money to owners of coffee estates for the consigned produce and on coffee crops growing and gathered. It also undertook the Agency and general management of estates and the handling in London/Ceylon of coffee and other produce.Very pretty and detailed vignette. Early date for scripophily of that part of the world.

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CEYLON CO. OF PEARL FISHERS, LTD

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Description: 31 January 1907 Deferred Shares of 1 Shilling. red. No 531. Folds. Formed London 1906, liquidated 1912. They were successful in the fisheries 1906 and 1907 so that very good dividends was paid. In fact, about £50,000 was paid out to shareholders during the first two years on an issued capital of £90,000 ! After that, there were no more fisheries and the company paid rent to the Government until lack of any prospects of a fishery resulted in a re-arrangement of terms and the termination of the lease in April 1912. Ceylon (today Sri Lanka), was a British colony between 1796 and 1948.

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BEAU SEJOUR TEA & RUBBER CO. LTD

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Description: 4 February 1920 Shares of 2 Shillings. brown. No 357. Folds and pin-holes. This rubber plantation Beau Sejour is located in southern Sri Lanka. It was first managed by this British company, later nationalised and now controlled by the Tata Group.

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GOUVERNEMENT IMPERIAL DE CHINE

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Description: 1895 ST.-PETERSBURG. 4% Obligation Or de F500=Rmk.404=Rbls.125. Cat. KUL-55. brown, red, black. #500000. No 228056. Central fold and small edge-split. Also a few pin-holes. No coupons. Franco-Russian Gold Loan. Very attractive early bond, one of the first types available to collectors. Fine underprint of a dragon in clouds of fire. Text in French, Russian, English. To be repaid from customs duties. Few of these pieces are offered, and generally cancelled by 5 large holes. This piece however, doesn't have any cancellation holes. Sold in St. Petersburg and with an additional Russian guarantee by Ukase of Czar Alexander III. Rarity 9.

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CHINESE IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT

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Description: 1 March 1898 BERLIN. 4,5% Gold Bond for £50. Cat. KUL 83. orange, purple, black. No 27305. Issued by Deutsch-Asiatische Bank.

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CHINESE IMPERIAL RAILWAY LOAN

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Description: 1 July 1899 LONDON. 5% Bond of £100, unsold stock. brown, blue, black. #23000. No 22998. The bonds of this issue (KUL 90 - Imperial Railways of North China) were numbered up to 23000, but numbers 22998, 22999 and 23000 were found late 2006, ready for sale but never sold, in the archives of a British bank, and sold as one lot in a London auction. In effect they acted as reserve stock. This is one of those 3 pieces. With full coupon sheet. A rare opportunity for the advanced collector of Chinese bonds. Rarity 10.

Condition Report: VF-EF

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GOUV. IMPERIAL DE CHINE - C.D.F. ENTRE CHENG-TING-FOU ET TAI-YUAN-FOU

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Description: 27 January 1903 TCHELI/CHAN-SI. PARIS. 5% Obligation de F500. brown, black, red. #80000. No 53444. Folds. Cheng-Tail or Shansi railway bond. Issued to finance a railway construction between Chengting and Taiyuan (167 miles), and to be linked to the Peking-Hankow Line. Pretty design by Leclerc.

Condition Report: VF

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SHANGHAI-NANKING RAILWAY (5 types)

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Description: December 1904 LONDON. Net Profit Sub-Certificate. black. It is rare to see the whole set of 5 of these pieces offered together.1-5. KUL 119 A-E. Issued by the British & Chinese Corp., ceding their rights to 20% of the net profit of the Shanghai-Nanking Railway to the subscribers for the bonds.

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GOUV. IMPERIAL DE CHINE - C.D.F. ENTRE KAIFONG-FOU ET HONAN-FOU

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Description: 12 April 1905 BRUXELLES. 5% Obligation Or de F500, duplicata. Cat. KUL 140 DP. ochre, red, black. #50000. No 26053. Large edge-tear at the top and 2 small ones at the right border All repaired with old-style yellow tape. Fold. Part of a loan raised in Brussels for the construction of a railway between Kai fong-fu and Honan-fu in Honan province. Border of a pagoda, and two large purple 'chop' seals. Note that this is a duplicata issue (printed as such twice on the bond next to the bond number in the center). As such, of the utmost rarity. Exactly this bond (No. 26,053) is shown by Kuhlmann in his famous book (page42). We have never seen another example. Rarity 12.

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PEKING-HANKOW RAILWAY LOAN

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Description: 1 March 1909 LONDON. 5% Bond for £20. Cat. KUL 180. green, black, red. #5000. No 25614. Cut borders, no coupons. This loan, for £5 million, was raised by the Hongkong & Shanghai Bank, London, and the Banque de l'Indochine, Paris, partly to redeem bonds of 1899, issued to build the railway, and partly to establish industries. The line, 755miles long, opened in 1905. Very fine vignette of the old gate of Peking, and one of the most attractive of all Chinese bonds. Text in English & French, printed by Waterlow. This is by far the rarest type of these bonds with only 250 left outstanding. Rarity 9.

Condition Report: VF

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PEKING-HANKOW RAILWAY LOAN

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Description: 1 March 1909 LONDON. 5% Bond for £100. Cat. KUL 181. lilac, red, black. #24000. No 19706. Trimmed borders and small piece of bottom border missing. Issued by the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp. See previous lot. Top denomination.

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TIENTSIN-PUKOW RAILWAY

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Description: 1 June 1911 LONDON. 5% Bond for £100. Cat. KUL 200 OC. green, red, black. #11100. No 28880. Central fold. This piece still has 4 original coupons attached, unlike the majority of this issue.

Condition Report: VF

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HUKUANG RAILWAYS

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Description: 1911 Receipt of full payment for 1 Bond £100,specimen. green, black. To be distributed by the four US Banks who were selling the Hukuang Railways bonds to local investors upon their payment of £100 as provisional bond in attendance of the delivery of the actual bond. Printed by American Bank Note Co. and never before seen by us. Also not in the reference books. An interesting novelty to the collector of Chinese foreign bonds. Rarity 12.

Condition Report: UNC

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PEKING-HANKOW RAILWAY

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Description: 1911 5% Loan Bond of 100 Yen. Cat. KUL 210. blue, buff, black. No 2166. Folds. The loan was issued by the Yokohama Specie Bank, in Japan and London, in Japanese currency, to build this railway. Decorative design with two large black dragons.

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CHINESE GOVERNEMENT

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Description: 1912 LONDON. 5% Gold Bond for £20. Serie A. Cat. KUL 270. blue, ochre, pink. No 21914. Loan raised to pay 'floating debt and for public works'.

Condition Report: VF-EF

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CHINESE GOVERNMENT

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Description: 1912 5% Gold Bond for £100. Serie B. Cat. KUL 271. green, black, red. #26000. No 5540. See previous lot.

Condition Report: VF-EF

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CHINESE GOVERNMENT

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Description: 1912 5% Gold Bond for £500. Cat. KUL 272. brown, blue, red, black. #2000. No 1674. High denomination. Coupons 53-80 attached. Rarity 7.

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CHINESE GOVERNMENT

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Description: 1912 LONDON. 5% Gold Bond for £1000. Serie D. Cat. KUL 273. red, buff, black. #750. No 309. This top value of this loan is very difficult to find. Coupons 53-80 attached. Only 750 issued and rarity 8.

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GOUVERNEMENT DE LA REPUBLIQUE CHINOISE

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Description: 1912 LONDON. 8% Bon Provisoire de £9. Cat. KUL 260 TE. black. #55556. No 12691. Central fold. Part of a loan agreed by the Congress of Nations and the Provisional republican Government in Nanking/Nanjing ; subsequently formally approved of by Central Government (Beijing, 1913). Rare piece in itself and the one we offer here has the unusual feature that it lacks the stamp which states that a coupon has been paid in August 1914.

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GOUVERNEMENT CHINOIS DE REORGANISATION

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Description: 1913 ST. PETERSBOURG. Cert. Prov. de 1 Obligation de 189,40 Rbls. yellow, black. No 66909. Several folds, also some staining at the top end pin-holes. Test in Russian and French. This provisional certificate, for the well-known Reorganisation Loan, is not in Kuhlmann. It is part of the Russian tranche of the loan. Missing from most important China collections. Rarity 10.

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GOUVERNEMENT DE LA REPUBLIQUE CHINOISE

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Description: 1 May 1914 PEKING. 1 bon de Trésor Negociable de F500, specimen. brown, buff. Folds. This specimen bond is not in the Kuhlmann catalogue. These bonds were to be repaid over a period of 5 years, from the 600 million francs to be raised to finance the construction of the Chin-Yu railway. We've never seen this bond anywhere else, issued or unissued. This sole piece was discovered in 2006. Rarity 12.

Condition Report: VF

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MARCONI LOAN

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Description: 27 August 1918 PEKING. 8% Treasury Bill for £500. Cat. KUL 431. red, yellow, black. No 1740. Heavy folds, several considerable edge-tears, repaired. No paper loss, what is unusual for this issue. Loan raised in London for £600.000. Kuhlmann states that half of the loan was to buy 200 wireless telephones for the army. The other half was for current expenses of the government. The only Chinese bonds known, hand signed by a Minister, Kung Hsin Chang, who has signed as Minister of Finance. He became President of the Central Government. New coupons attached.

Condition Report: F

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CHINESE GOVERNMENT VICKERS LOAN

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Description: 1 October 1919 PEKING. 8% Treasury note for £100. Cat. KUL 500. green, black. #9082. No 4002. Pin-holes and folds. 8% Vickers Loan, called 10 Years Sterling Treasury Notes of 1919, Vickers' China Commercial Aeroplane Service Loan. £1,803,200 offered in London at 98% by the Bank of China and LLoyds Bank. For supplying commercial aeroplanes andbuilding aerodromes.

Condition Report: VF

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C.D.F. LUNG-TSING-U-HAI

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Description: 1 July 1921 BRUXELLES. 8% Bon de F500, unnumbered. Cat. KUL 600 RS-2. black, green, red. #100000. This is the rare unissued type of this otherwise common bond. In 1920 an agreement between the Chinese Government, the Cie. Gle. de Chemins de Fer & des Tramways en Chine, and a Netherlands syndicate, agreed a BF50 million loan to China to complete the line, from Kwanyintang to Haichow, on the Yellow Sea, and to build a port at Haichow. Only 250 such reserve stocks (with 2 coupons missing) are estimated to have existed according to Kuhlmann. In perfect condition.

Condition Report: EF

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CHINESE GOVERNMENT SKODA LOAN II

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Description: 30 September 1925 LONDON. Bond for £10. Cat. KUL 701. lilac, pale blue, palebrown,red. No 6112. With coupons 1 to 11, so Kuhlmann subtype 701 F.

Condition Report: EF

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CHINESE GOVERNMENT SKODA LOAN II

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Description: 30 September 1925 LONDON. Bond for £500. Cat. KUL 704 H. orange, blue, red, black. No 21764. Central fold. As the previous bond, this bond as well was part of a loan issued to replace the Austrian loans. It comes with 15 coupons (numbered 1-15). Rarity 8.

Condition Report: VF

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CHINESE GOVERNMENT SKODA LOAN II

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Description: 30 September 1925 LONDON. 8% Bond for £1000. Cat. KUL 705. red, blue, black. #4800. No 26483. Top denomination, with 17 coupons (705 I). Much wanted bond. Rarity 7.

Condition Report: VF-EF

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REPUBLIC OF CHINA

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Description: 1 July 1937 NEW YORK. Secured Sinking Fund Bond of $1000. Cat. KUL 952. blue, black. No 1338. Vignette of pagoda. Issued for redemption of bonds of the 3 Year Loan of 1919 - better late than never! One of the prettiest of all Chinese bonds. Also known as the Pacific Development Loan. Coupons 4-36 attached. In excellent condition. Rarity 8.

Condition Report: EF

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