28 July 1921, 5 %...more Irish Paper Mills Company, Limited, Nominal £ 100.
28 July 1921, 5 % Debenture for £ 100, #793, 41.4 x 27.8 cm, green, beige, 4 pages, folds, a little bit soiling, only 1,350 Debentures issued.
The company owned the Clondalkin Paper Mills near Dublin.
a) Dublin, 07.07.1856,...more Cork and Bandon Railway Company [2 Stück]
a) Dublin, 07.07.1856, Settlement with the Creditors of the Company, 26.2 x 20.5 cm, black, red on light blue paper, folds; b) Dublin, 07.09.1860, Statement of Dividend, 26.2 x 20.5 cm, black on light blue paper, folds.
Cork, Bandon and South Coast Railway was an Irish railway line. It opened in 1849 as the Cork and Bandon Railway, but changed its name to Cork, Bandon and South Coast Railway in 1888. In 1924, it became part of the Great Southern Railway. Finally the line was closed in 1961.
London, 1 March 1834, 1...more West Cork Mining Company, Nominal £ 50.
London, 1 March 1834, 1 Share of £ 50, #1023, 15.2 x 22.6 cm, black, beige, folds with tears, partially repaired with tape, OU.
The company was founded in 1834. It operated mines at Horse Island in the County Cork. The copper mine at Cappach was very pure. The company also operated the slate quarries at Audley’s Cove and in Tilemuck.