1919 Corona Typewriter Stock Certificate. Neat early typewriter scripophily certificate with vignette of a Corona typewriter. The company originated in 1906, when the Rose Typewriter Company of New York City marketed the first successful portable typewriter. Bought out entirely in 1909 and moved upstate to Groton, it was renamed the Standard Typewriter Company. With the success of their Corona model in 1914, Standard Typewriter was renamed again and became the Corona Typewriter Company. (Source: Wikipedia). VF+ condition with stamp and punch cancellation.
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