Colonial Trust Company (Now GoldStar Trust Company) - Arizona 1989

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Beautiful specimen certificate from the Colonial Trust Company - Arizona. This historic document was printed by the Midwest Bank Note Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an eagle. This item has the printed signatures of the Company's President, and Secretary. is a name you can TRUST!
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GoldStar Trust Company is a complete retirement service provider specializing in self-directed IRAs. GoldStar began as Colonial Trust Company, incorporated on August 19th, 1989, in Phoenix, Arizona. In 2004, Colonial Trust Company entered into negotiations with Happy State Bank of Amarillo, Texas and soon became GoldStar Trust Company. Two years later in 2006, GoldStar acquired American Church Trust Company in Houston, TX and later moved all operations to Canyon, TX in 2007. Since then, GoldStar has enjoyed enormous gains in the markets we serve as a result of strong leadership and keen financial foresight. As a trust-only branch of a Texas Bank, GoldStar's financial condition is closely monitored by the Texas Department of Banking and the FDIC. History from (Professional Old Stock Certificate Research Service).
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