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    Pair of Great Texas Railroad Bonds Includes the following: 1. International Railroad Company-Texas railroad bond. Texas, 1871, black and peach. $1,000 unissued bond. Rare. Excellent condition. Superb. 2. Houston & Texas Central Railway, Waco & No. Western Division railroad bond uncancelled. Texas, 1873. $1,000, seven percent, gold uncancelled bond. With autograph at front of W. E. Dodge (1805-1883), merchant, reformer. Organized the YMCA. Important. Large and attractive. Several coupons remain. Showing minor wrinkling, otherwise very fine condition. The pair of important Texas bonds. Texas is one of the scarcer and most popular of states to collect. Both are great for framing.

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    June, 2005
    22nd-23rd Wednesday-Thursday
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