DescriptionDallas Consolidated Traction Railway Company $1,000 Bond 1890. One page. Vertical 10.5" x 14.5". Printed by the American Bank Note Company, Philadelphia. With endorsements by the company's secretary and president. With a beautiful electric street car and seal of Texas vignettes. With 43 coupons still attached. No cancellation present. With the usual old fold creases. Near fine.
The Dallas Consolidated Traction Railway Company operated in Dallas, Texas from 1890 to 1895. The company went into receivership and was ultimately re-formed as the Dallas City Railway Company.
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