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Vintage Original 1950 Packard Motor Car Stock Issue. Automobile Collectible 50s on

US $11.47

Bluffton, Indiana, United States

Bluffton, Indiana, United States
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Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

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Issued and canceled. No stock market value. Sold as a collectible only.

Original Packard Motor Car Company stock certificate issued to Henry S Woolner on September 11, 1950.

Allegorical goddess flanked by gods vignette by the American Bank Note Company.

Typical staple holes. Folded.

You will receive the certificate in the photo. No guessing here.

A great display souvenir along side your 1950 Packard at the car shows.

1950 Packard models included the Deluxe Eight Touring Sedan, Club, Eight Touring, Station Wagon, Club Sedan, Super Deluxe 8, Eight Limousine, long WB Sedan, Victoria Convertible Coupe, and the Custom Eight Convertible.   

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Shipped flat with cardboard.

Indiana residents add 7% sales tax. 

Returns only in the event of a listing error. The photos are part of the description.

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