Lens-Sur-Dendre, 6 December 1919, Unissued Certificate of an Action de Dividende, o. Nr., 42.3 x 26.7 cm, brown, olive, horizontal fold, 4 pages, coupons, hole cancellation.
The company supplied Lens-sur-Dendre with electricity. The village is between Mons and Ath.
Brussels, 4 March 1914, Action de Capital de 500 Francs, #155, coupons.
Liege, 10 July 1959, 4% Obligation of 1.000 Francs, #167, coupons.
Brussels, 17 July 1910, Share of 500 Francs, #3159, 38.5 x 29.1 cm, purple, brown, some coupons remaining, vertical fold, only 4,000 shares issued, signed by Louis Goffin.
The company was formed to exploit the mineral deposits in Katanga (Belgian Congo).
Antwerp, 28 November 1909,...more Belgian Oil Company, Nominal 500 Francs.
Antwerp, 28 November 1909, Action de 500 Francs, #469, 34.5 x 24 cm, black, brown, KB.
The company was founded in 1909. It only issued 600 Shares each 500 Francs.
Brussels, 19 January 1928, Part de Fondateur au Porteur sans désignation de valeur, #8515, 38.4 x 26.2 cm, brown, ochre, white, coupons, stamps.
George Christoforides, located in Cologne (Germany), brought in his tobacco business into this company.
Brussels, 5.5 % Obligation for 500 Francs, #36008, 23 x 31.3 cm, red, white, embossed seal, decorative train vignette, fold.
Founded in 1876, the company was one of the larger producers of railway cars. Further it is well-known as the operator of the legendary Orient-Express luxury train.
Brussels, 21/22 November 1899, Action de Dividende, #4295, 35.5 x 25.5 cm, green, coupons, superb design.
Binche, 23...more Opales de Binche Société Anonyme, Nominal 100 Francs.
Binche, 23 April 1911, Share of 100 Francs, #953, 32 x 23.4 cm, blue, ochre, coupons, superb underprint, 2,500 shares issued.
The company mined opales.
Herstal, 1989, Action Privilegiee, #4769983, coupons, bilingual: French, Dutch.
FN Herstal ist ein belgischer Hersteller von Waffen für Polizei und Militär.
Seraing, Belgium, 22 December 1966, Part Sociale, #2788422, some coupons remaining, stamp cancelled, superb.
Brussels, 23 April...more Skyjet Société Anonyme, Nominal 50 Actions.
Brussels, 23 April 1994, 50 Shares, #4451-500, coupons.
Brussels, 17 December 1909, Action de Jouissance, #798, 34.2 x 22.5 cm, brown, cancelled, stamps, superb border, only 2,000 shares issued.
Antwerp, 15 January 1924, Action Ordinaire, #1355, 34.2 x 23.2 cm, green, only 2,000 shares issued.
The company was incorporated in 1912. It acquired from the American Company Automatic Arms Company all rights to the machine-gun invented by Colonel Lewis.
a) Brussels, 18 June 1911, Action Ordinaire de 100 Francs, #3314, coupons, three small vignettes including arms i.a. of Belgium and Italy; b) like a), but Action Priviliégée de 100 Francs, #5103.
In 1911 the company was formed to acquire a silver-lead mine near Villasor and Villacidro, Southern Sardinia. It was expected to be able to mine zinc and copper too.
Brussels, 16 January 1924, Action de 500 Francs, #1109, 31.7 x 21.3 cm, blue, ochre, KB, only 1,200 copies issued!
Brussels,...more Syndicat Minier d'Orient, Nominal Inscr. 5 Parts Sociales.
Brussels, 5 April 1932, Certificat d'Inscription nominative des 5 Parts Sociales, #3586-90, 30.3 x 22.8 cm, purple, coupons.
Brussels, 30...more Société Anonyme Comptoir Ryckaert, Nominal 500 Francs.
Brussels, 30 July 1900, Share of Capital Stock of 500 Francs, #37, 37.2 x 29.8 cm, turquoise, blue, some coupons remaining, superb design with Mercury and Fortuna, designed by Emile Renders.
The stock market clearing company was incorporated in 1900. It had also the concession to do bank business. The name was changed to Comptoir de la Chronique de la Bourse later.
Seraing, Belgium, 11 July 1970, Unissued Certificate for 10 Part Sociales, no serial no., Coupons, stamp cancelled, superb.
Brussels, 7 July 1924, Part Sociale, #657, some coupons remaining, hole cancellation, stamps.
Brussels, 1931, Action de Dividende, #17289, coupons, two small vignettes.
Brussels, 1 February 1900, Action de Capital de 100 Francs, #1076, rest of coupons, automobile in underprint.
The company built several cars taking place in the Paris-Berlin and Paris-Vienna race at the beginning of the 20th century. From 1904 to 1906 they offered two 4-cylinder cars under the name Baudouin, then the production ended.
Brussels, 15 September 1920, 1 Part Sociale, #211, 33 x 24.3 cm, black, beige, 4 pages.
Brussels, 6 January...more Messageries VAN GEND & Cie., Nominal 500 Francs.
Brussels, 6 January 1922, Share of 500 Francs, #5849, 41.3 x 27.5 cm, coupons, green, black, superb with view of a carriage drawn by four horses and a further horse-drawn coach and a truck.
The traditional transport company was changed to a joint-stock-company in 1921/22. The company offered with their trucks a regular transport service between Paris and Brussels.