1902 Philadelphia Traction Co. Stock Certificate. Nice Philadelphia Trolley certificate with allegorical vignette in center and vignette of brakeman on bottom. Certificate signed by George Widener as president. George Widener was son of Peter Widener, a successful businessman who started several street railways in Philadelphia. George assumed responsibility of his father’s business and oversaw the development of cable and electric trolleys. He was president and a significant stockholder in about a dozen different streetcar companies at the time of his death. George and his son, Harry, were lost on the Titanic on April 15, 1912. Certificate is in VF condition with punch hole cancellations, which affect signature.
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1902 Philadelphia Traction Stock signed by Titanic Victim George Widener
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