Hawaiian Bell Telephone Company

Inv# AH1002   Stock
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Company
State(s): Hawaii
Years: 188-
Honolulu, Hawaii, Unissued Stock. Hawaiian Gazette Print. In 1894, Hawaiian Bell Telephone Company was merged into Mutual Telephone Company. Mutual Telephone Company operated under that name until 1967 when it was purchased by GTE Corporation and the name went back to GTE Hawaii Telephone Company. Later to become Verizon Hawaii, Incorporated.
Condition: Excellent

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Price: $100.00
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