Loews Corporation (Lawrence Tisch as Chairman) - Delaware 1985

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Beautiful specimen certificate from the Loews Corporation. This historic document was printed by the American Bank Note Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an allegorical figure. Lawrence Tisch as Chairman.
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Loews Corporation is a holding company run by the Tisch Family whose subsidiaries are engaged in the following lines of business: property and casualty insurance (CNA Financial Corporation, a 90%-owned subsidiary) the operation of hotels (Loews Hotels, a wholly owned subsidiary) the operation of offshore oil and gas drilling rigs (Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc., a 50.4%-owned subsidiary) the operation of an interstate natural gas transmission pipeline system (Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, an 66%-owned subsidiary) the exploration, production and marketing of natural gas, natural gas liquid (NGLs) (predominantly ethane and propane) and, to a small extent, oil (HighMount Exploration & Production LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary)
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