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    Edison United Phonograph Company (New Jersey)
    A $1000 bond issued in 1903 in black and green. This company was an attempt to reorganize the Edison United Phonograph Company, which had originally been organized in 1890 to manufacture and market phonographs and graphophones outside the United States and Canada. It had complex stock and contractual relations with Edison himself, the Edison Phonograph Works and the International Graphophone Company. The company entered receivership in 1894 and this bond represents a probable attempt to fund a reorganization. It is signed as Vice-President by long time Edison associate Stephen F. Moriarity. In addition to being a prolific inventor, Edison also sought to capitalize on the commercial prospects of his inventions and his name appears on the certificates of multiple enterprises, making Edison related companies a viable collecting theme in their own right. Uncancelled. Extremely Fine.

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    May, 2003
    1st-3rd Thursday-Saturday
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