Canadian Stocks/late Fathers 1930s stock cert.s
6.25 shs.can-con Enterprises(name change from Boycon pershing Gold)
250 shs.Jacobus Mining(name changed fromJacknife Gold mines)
50 shs.Martin bird Gold Mines
14.29 shs.Lakelyn Mines (name ch.from Lingman Lake Fold Mines)
1000 shs. Laroma Midlothian Mines Ltd.
60shs. Marboy Mines (name ch. from Richmac Gold mines Ldt
52 shs. Silverfields Mining(name ch.from Pickle Crow Gold Mines)
12.50 shs. United Duvex Oil&Mines.(name ch.Davay Gold Mines.
Are any of them tradeable to-day?Can Isell these old cert. for
anything. Thank You for looking at these.
William, from the information I have available:
Can Con did a couple of name changes and reverse splits and became Visa Gold. Visa ran into serious trouble on several fronts, including with securities regulators, and was suspended, delisted, and cease-traded in 2003. Those cease-trade orders remain in effect today. No current value.
Jacobus Mining had its charter cancelled and was dissolved in the mid-1970's. No value.
Martin Bird had its charter cancelled and was dissolved in the late-1970's. No value.
Lakelyn became Twin Gold Mines Ltd., which was cease-traded in 1991. Those cease-trade orders remain in effect. No value.
Laroma had its charter cancelled and was dissolved in the mid-1970's. No current value.
Marboy had its charter cancelled and was dissolved in the early 1970's. No value.
Silverfields was acquired by Teck in 1971. Shareholders received 2 Teck Class B shares for every 5 Silverfields shares. Teck is now Teck Resources, which trades for about $25 a share on the TSX. You will need to contact the current transfer agent, Canadian Stock Transfer (www.canstockta.com) to determine if your old shares and valid.
United Duvex was cease-traded on Ontario in the late 1970's. Those orders remain in effect. No current value.