LEOPOLDVILLE. Action de F1000 congolais. brown, black. #144000. No 126333. In 1949 the Belgian company Banque belged'Afrique, with a branch network in Congo, decided to transfer the Congo business to a new company, formed under Congo law. The Banque de Bruxelles held 35.050 of the 36.000 shares of the Belgian company, and the 36000 shares were directly replaced by shares in the new Congolese company. Stamped 'coupure de 2 actions sans désignation de valeur'.
Themes: BANK & FINANCE, COLONIES
BELGIAN CONGO, BELGIUM
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