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Fulton Chain Railway Company Transfer signed by Harry Payne Whitney - Stock Certificate

Inv# AG1356A   Stock
Fulton Chain Railway Company Transfer signed by Harry Payne Whitney - Stock Certificate
State(s): New York
Years: 1911
Transfer signed by Harry Payne Whitney as executor of the estate of Wm. C. Whitney. Rare! Great!
 
Harry Payne Whitney (1872-1930), Financier, Sportsman. Son of William C. Whitney, who trained him to be his business successor. Developed silver, lead, and copper interests with Daniel Guggenheim in 1902. He was the organizer and captain of the American “Big Four” polo team. Also signed at front by William Seward Webb (1851-1926), Capitalist, Railroad Executive, and Author. Was President or Director of many railroads. He purchased 200,000 acres and converted it into a game preserve in the Adirondacks, served on staff of the Governor of Vermont with the rank of Colonel.
Condition: Excellent

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Price: $400.00