Hier ziet u de resultaten van onze 67ste veiling (16 okt 2021). Niet verkochte loten kunnen tem 14 nov bekomen worden aan de gewone veilingsvoorwaarden. Wie eerst komt, eerst maalt!

Lotnummer: 189
PARIS/MONACO. Cert. d'Actions Nom. de F100. buff, black. No 1. Attractive design with 2 large corner vignettes with colonial scenes. The company owned coconut oil plantations in Mozambique and Zambia. It also extracted colonial taxes from the indigenous population in the Zambezia province. Its produce furthermore included coconuts, rubber, sugar, cotton, coffee, oil and tobacco. The main financer was Prince Albert I of Monaco. Monaco was also the legal seat of the company (siege social) with Paris the administrative seat and Quelimane the operational headquarters. The founder was the Norwegian architect, businessman and diplomat Christian Thams (1867-1948). He has signed this share as president and it is also issued to him. Note that this is certificate number one, representing 100 shares. We had never before seen a nominative cert. from this company. The lot includes an old postcard of the headquarters in Mozambique.
Datum: 25 April 1912
Kwaliteit: VF
Startprijs: € 100