I have over 20 certificates to research some of which I posted here a while back. Since posting I have found 2 in the manual of obsolete securities books by Robert D. Fisher, and tracked one down to its current holder (after a bankruptcy). He hasn't replied to my letters.So what do I do now with the others? Has anyone here ever paid a company to determine the worth of their old certificates? I would never pay $100 to have someone do exactly what I can do but I am at a loss as to what to do next on the ones that I have no information on.The ones that I did determine were worthless were also worthless to the scriptophily crowd also. No one wanted to buy them from me. I wonder if that market is saturated?So if anyone has had luck with thier brokers, or with another research company, please let us know.
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