FABRYKA PRODUKTOW CHEMICZNYCH LIBAN S.A.

Losnummer: 445
KRAKOW. Aktie 100 Zl. blue, yellow, red, brown. #15000. No 1239. Central fold. The business was started in 1873 by Bernard Liban, a Polish Jew. In 1925 it became this limited company. Signed in 1925 by Jan Liban, nephew of the founder. He was interned by the Nazis and obliged to do forced labour. He survived the Plaszow concentration camp near Krakow, and this due to the help of Oskar Schindler, of 'Schindler's List' fame. He was on the List. Spielberg's film was made partly at the camp, in the quarry where Liban worked, and in the Libanename-works near Krakow of which we offer this share. Schindler (1908-1974) is estimated to have saved the lives of some 1,300 Jews, saving from death those 'needed for his essential operations in his factory'. Thanks to the film his humanity is now known worldwide. The certificate is of large format, colourful and attractive, showing a peasant couple harvesting wheat.
Branchen: CHEMICALS, METAL & ENGINEERING
POLAND
Datum: 1925
Erhaltung: VF-EF
Startpreis: € 200