Wextark Radio Stores, Inc. - 1931

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Beautifully engraved certificate from Wextark Radio Stores, Inc. issued in 1931. This historic document was printed by the American Banknote Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an allegorical man standing with a light bulb and globe in hand. This item is hand signed by the Company's Vice President and Secretary and is over 81 years old.
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Wextark Radio Stores, Inc., was a holding company in part and owned or controled through direct or stock ownership the following companies: Wextark Radio Stores, Inc., Columbia Radio Corp., Walthal Electric Corp., Duovac Radio Tube Corp., Chicago Salvage Stock Stores Inc., Allied Radio Corporation, as well as a loud speaker manufacturing corporation and jobbing companies.
Reported in the PRESTO TIMES February 16, 1929 Merger of the Walthal Electric Corp. and Wextark Radio Store, Inc., was announced in New York on February 8 by Walter H. Nussbaum, head of the Walthal Company. The consolidation will create, it is claimed, the largest radio merchandising organization in the world. The new company wilt be known as Wextark, Inc. The expansion and merger program provides for additional stores in New York city and throughout the country, according to Mr. Nussbaum, who will continue to operate the local branches and will also direct the chain store activities. Associated with Mr. Nussbaum in the merger are Charles Izenstark. chairman, and Simon Wexler, president of Wextark Radio Store, Inc. There will be no public financing in connection with the merger, Mr. Nussbaum announced. History from Bob Kerstein. The Old Stock Detective and OldCompany.com (old stock certificate research services)