Twenty Well Stone & Brick Company Ltd. £10 Share

Early £10 Share Certificate for the Twenty Well Stone & Brick Company Ltd. Dated 1871 and measuring 10" x 6.5"
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SKU: BTS5010
£14.50

These £10 share certificates dated 1871 were issued to raise money for the Twenty Well Stone & Brick Company Limited. This was situated on Twenty Well Lane in Sheffield and was owned by Tedbar Tinker who lived in Bradway Derbyshire. His company began life as a quarry and later became brickworks
eventually closing in 1939. Measuring 10” x 6.5” these are uniface certificates with an impressed seal.

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