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Moline Plow Co. - 1921 dated New York Stock Certificate

Inv# RS5105   Stock
Moline Plow Co. - 1921 dated New York Stock Certificate
State(s): New York
Years: 1921

Stock printed by American Bank Note Company. Minor flaws. The Moline Plow Company was an American manufacturer of plows and other farm implements, headquartered in Moline, Illinois, USA. Moline Plow was formed in the 1870s when the firm of Candee & Swan, a competitor of Deere and Company (also of Moline), won a lawsuit against Deere allowing it to use the "Moline Plow" name. Reorganized under the new name, it built a line of horse-drawn plows and other implements to serve the large American agricultural market. The implement line included wagons and carriages. The company absorbed various smaller wagon and carriage building companies. Read more at

Condition: Excellent

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