Our 54th international auction of antique stocks & bonds will take place in Antwerp (Crowne Plaza Hotel) on Sat. 28 March. It will be followed by Europe's biggest scripophily bourse on Su. 29 March.
The auction catalogue is now online here (see menu on the left).
We are happy to offer to you several hundreds of previously unseen shares and bonds for sale from almost 100 different countries. The auction Includes several top collections: US Aviation, Portugal (very decorative!), 19th century Belgian government bonds, old printer proofs from Imprimerie Dupont, Paris and a great selection of post-WWII printer proofs from Belgian printer IMIFI representing several of Belgium's best-known companies. We should also not forget the unrivaled offerings of the earliest scripophily (before 1800).
The auction contains again various top pieces, for instance a fantastic bi-langual share of the Chinese-French Commercial Bank, never catalogued before and most likely unique. For German collectors, the Aachener Teppich-Fabrik from 1854 is surely a true highlight and also a unique discovery. Railroad historians around the world will be thrilled with the share in the Hay Railway Company, dated 1811 (and that's not a typing error!). From the US, we offer a stock in the illustrious Pennsylvania Population Co. that is issued to Robert Morris and signed by John Nicholson. A great story lies also behind Giesche Spolka Akcyjna of which we offer a scarce share with the incredible face value of 1 million zloty. As tradtion demands from us, we offer again some of the best Russian scripophily in the market, with several novelties and a magnificent share of the Rossija insurance company as possible highlight (a very rare variety moreover).
On this website, you can find a lot of information on how to participate in the auction, be it live in the auction room, through absentee bidding or live on the internet (see red 'Bid Live Online' button). Feel free to contact us in case you have any questions or need assitance: email@example.com or call 0032 9386 9091.
Mario Boone - The Scripophily Center