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A share certificate or stock certificate is a legal document that certifies ownership of a specific number of shares in a corporation.

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Transcontinental minerals inc

Transcontinental minerals inc..I have 2 capital stocks certificates from 1994 and have paper from the companys my grandfather gave them to my sister and i but cant find anything on them theres 9000 ...
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I just found my Euro Disney S.C.A share certificates

I've been trying yo find out how i can sell my Euro Disney S.C.A shares. I know Euro Disney brought back the shares in 2017
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What is this stock-certificate-like document and is it worth anything?

I found this paper document amongst my things when moving out of my childhood home. I'm trying to determine if this means there is an account somewhere in my name that holds stock in "I C ...
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Do Old Florida Rum Company stock certificates issued in 1962 have any current value?

My husband was given 100 shares of the Old Florida Rum Company by his father in 1967. The original company is closed, but there is a current company operating under the same name.
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Is it ok to name a trust as a beneficiary to a CD?

Is there any downside to naming a trust as a beneficiary to a CD or in general, a bank account if the bank and/or credit union allows it? This is in California.
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When a company is listed in more than one exchange, how the stock exchange prevents a double sell of the same share

What prevents a broker from selling the same share simultaneously at two different stock exchanges?
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How do I sell shares in a company when I have Stock Certificates and can't locate the company?

I have about 12,000 shares of stock in a company called Cardinal and Parker Inc. I want to sell my shares of said company but the problem I'm having is I can't seem to locate any current information ...
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Are antique stock certificates that are endorsed/signed on the back automatically "bearer certificates" and of value without proof of ownership?

I have spent hours researching this topic, with no luck. My father (a retired antique dealer) has tasked me with figuring out whether a collection of old stock certificates have any negotiable value. ...
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How can I research some paper shares I found?

I recently found old paper shares, but I couldn't find any information online about the companies. Where to find data, and how? Companies: Tally-Ho Ventures (TLYH), 7500 shares, 2006 May COA ...
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Do I need a customs label when posting share certificates internationally (UK to USA), and if so what should I write on it?

I live in the UK but have some old share certificates registered with the company registrar in the US (the EQShareownerOnline site). I want to convert them to DRS (Direct Registration System) ...
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I found stock certificates for Disney and Sony that were given to me in 2011

I hope someone can help me with this question. I recently found two stock certificates, one share of Sony under my husband's name and the other one is Disney under my daughter's name (I'm the ...
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Is it safe to mail a stock certificate?

The Company that issued the stock certificate was sold. The new company is not going to issue shares and wants the physical certificate before they send me the cash. I was told by the new company to ...
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How can I redeem a lost stock certificate? [closed]

My father had purchased share in the year 1993 but he has lost or misplaced the share certificate he just have share folio no now what should he do to get share money
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What are New York Window fees?

Someone told me that if the stock I want to buy/sell does not trade 100% electronically, my stock broker may need to handle physical share certificates. I was told that I could be charged a "New ...
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Selling an unsettled trade?

Here is my scenario. I purchased shares via my online broker in a placing. I never received a placing document or signed an order, my online broekr signed for me. The Trade date was 17th June ...
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Do stolen share certificates belong to the thief?

If someone steals a $5 banknote from me, that $5 is effectively gone if I have no information about the thief. For all practical purposes, the $5 is no longer mine; it is the thief's. The thief can ...
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How can I collect unclaimed dividends?

Suppose that decades ago, I owned shares in a public company, and held onto the stock certificates. Suppose the company never managed to pay me dividends because they could not locate me, and I never ...
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How can I gift paper stock certificates?

I am planning to give shares to some close individuals. Some of these individuals are still minors (between the ages of 6 to 13). I strongly prefer gifting these shares in the form of physical stock ...
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Are my old stock certificates worth anything? How can I find out?

I have a old stock certificate that my great grandmother bought. It's for two shares from the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport National Bank, dated 1973. That bank has merged multiple times and is now part ...
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Jindal Vijaynagar Share Certificate

I have a physical share certificate of Jindal Vijaynagar which was bought in the name of my mother in 1995. I believe this company is now known as Jindal Steel. How can I get the share converted for ...
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How can I cash in my stock certificate from Cable & Wireless Jamaica?

I have a ordinary stock certificate from Cable & Wireless Jamaica from 1999 that my grandmother left me which says it’s for 6,053 units, units = dollars. I have the certificate receipt from bank ...
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Stocked certificate issued to a company

I have a stock certificate stamped and signed from 1962. The company is still open today but it is issued to another big company. It was passed down to me years ago but doing research on it I can't ...
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How do I cash in physical stock certificates? (GM 1989)

A little over 10 years, I received a large stock inheritance from my father. (I've been waiting to cash it in, but now I'm in bad financial shape and need the money now). What I have is a stack of ...
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How can I check if share certificates I found have value?

I have been clearing my parents flat and found share certificates from P and O European Ferries Can I find out if they are still valid? If not, is there a market for them as collectibles or the ...
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Raising Funds: What happens when you issue new shares by adding authorized capital?

Suppose, I have a company Authorized capital - 100,000 Indian Rupees. Divided into 100 shares - 1000 Indian Rupees each. 2 Directors Totally. Director A holds 75 Shares and Director B holds 25 ...
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Restricted common shares

Some years ago, one of the companies I worked for gave me a certificate for a number of common stocks that has a red 'RESTRICTED' symbol on it. what it means? where can I consult its exact meaning?
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Difference between a (credit union) "share certificate" and a (bank) CD?

I've seen both Share Certificates and Certificates of Deposit available. Are they the same thing? Do they have different names based on whether they are offered at a bank or credit union? Does one ...
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How do credit union "share certificates" work?

I recently bought a 3 month, $500 "Share Certificate" from a Federal Credit Union that I am a member of. I did this as an experiment mostly. They list an APY, a dividend rate, and a term length... ...
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