PARIS. Modèle d'Action de F2000, unissued. black. Company founded 1826 to compensate the French upper class who, during the Revolution, had their goods confiscated, and had in many cases fled the country. A law was voted in 1825 to provide public funds up to one billion francs to provide compensation.The money would be returned via an annual rent of 3%. This Comptoir business model was to buy these rents in return for quick cash. The Comptoir was created through the issue of 2000 shares of 2000 fr. each by the Paris banking brothers Paul and JosephCapon. The shares were to be repaid by 4 drawings, with a diminishing level of premium on each drawing, but the final drawing to receive the profit from the whole operation. No issued piece has ever been seen by us.
Themes: BANKS & FINANCE, CITY & STATE BONDS
Startprice: € 200