Is my Old Oil Stock worth Anything?
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Can you tell me anything about this old petroleum company – for free. I found its stock certificate in an attic. Am I rich?
America’s first oil
company – the Pennsylvania Rock Oil Company of New York – organized it 1855.
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Oil and Gas Company – Latest Research – Updated May 12, 2015
Alaska Dakota Development CompanySource: aoghs.org