Archives International Auctions Sale 47 March 13, 2018

Archives International Auctions - Sale 47 97 March 13,2018 Archives International Auctions SCRIPOPHILY - AUTOMOBILES California 713 713 Macomber Motors Co., 1913 I/U Stock Certificate. CA. 25 Shares, I/U, Eagle, S/N 158, VF.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $70-130 Canada 714 714 Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited, Issued December 17th, 1904 The First Day of the Company, Historic I/C Stock Certificate. Walkerville, Ontario, Canada. December 1904, 7 Shares, I/C stock certificate. Plain form, red seal at bottom, low S/N 26. Extremely rare and early iconic stock certificate from this historic company. Signed by Hohn S. Gray, the first president of both Ford U.S.A. and Ford Canada. Rare early automobile stock certificate. ����������������������� Est. $900-1250 Indiana 715 715 Apperson Bros. Automobile Co., 1922 Issued $500 Bond. Indiana. 1922, $500, Issued and Uncancelled bond, black on brown, the first auto produced was in 1902. Rare early auto manufacturer. Fine condition. ����������������������������������������� Est. $140-250 Michigan 716 716 General Motors Corp., Lot of 15 Different GM Corp Stock Certificates. Lot of 15 different stock certificates. VF to XF. ����������������������������� Est. $75-130 717 717 Hayes Body Corp., ND (ca.1920-30’s) <100 Shares, Specimen Stock Certificate. Michigan. <100 Shares, Specimen stock certificate, VF ABNC. Designed bodies for Durant, Star and Flint automobiles. ������������������������������������� Est. $180-325 718 718 Maxwell Motor Corporation 1924 Specimen Bond. Detroit, Michigan, 1924, $1000, Specimen, 5 1/2% Gold Bond. Black with green border and underprint, Warrior woman hugging resting lion, Coupons attached. Red specimen overprints, POC’s and “00000” serial numbers. XF condition. Historic automobile bond issued right after the company released the first Chrysler automobile. ABNC. It was during the early 1920s that Walter Chrysler assumed the presidency of Maxwell. In January 1924, Walter Chrysler launched the well-received Chrysler automobile at Maxwell Motors. The Chrysler Corporation was founded by Walter Chrysler on June 6, 1925, when the Maxwell Motor Company was re-organized. Following the introduction of the Chrysler, the Maxwell was dropped after its 1925 model year run, although the new line of lower-priced 4-cylinder Chryslers which were then introduced for the 1926 model year were basically Maxwells which had been re-engineered and rebranded. ����� Est. $150-250