American Coal Products Company ( Became AlliedSignal) - New York 1913

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Beautifully engraved RARE Specimen $1000 Gold Bond Certificate from American Coal Products Company dated 1913. This historic document was printed by Hamilton Bank Note Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of a coal mining facility. This item is over 102 years old. 5 coupons attached on right side. is a name you can TRUST!
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AlliedSignal began in 1920 with the amalgamation of five leading American chemical manufacturers to form Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. The new company, created by the financier and governmental adviser Eugene Meyer and the scientist William Nichols, came in response to the shortages of chemical commodities, such as dyes and drugs, that had been experienced in World War I because of Germany's control over the world's chemical industry. The five firms were Barrett Company (founded 1903 as American Coal Products Company), supplying coal tar chemicals and roofing; General Chemical Company (founded 1899), specializing in industrial acids; National Aniline & Chemical Company (founded 1917), producing dyes; Semet-Solvay Company (founded 1894), manufacturing coke and its by-products; and Solvay Process Company (founded 1881), producing alkalies and nitrogen materials.
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