100 Ordinary Shares of £1, specimen. orange, black. Fine vignette of one of the company's steam locomotives. Formed 1902, to build locomotives, and general engineering products, at Manchester. The best-known Beyer-Peacock loco (in the company's later form of Beyer-Garratt) was the type with a tender in front of, as well as behind, the locomotive, allowing it to travel very long distances without the need for coal or water. It was therefore much used on long routes, especially in the British Empire. A high quality Bradbury, Wilkinson print.
Startprice: € 100