Intern. Auction & Bourse of Antique Shares & Bonds in Antwerp

Mario Boone
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The Scripophily Center is proud to announce its newscripophily auction. It features mainly highlights from around the world as well as affordable historic stocks for each and every collector. This event will take place in the Antwerp Crowne Plaza Hotel. Collectors from around the world are invited to participate either in person or through the Invaluable live internet bidding platform.

We offer 1561 lots from +120 countries in all price categories and with several major new discoveries and old collection items. 

The absolute auction highlight surely is a previously unseen share issue of the illustrious French Compagnie des Indes.
Yet, there’s much much more… What to think for instnace about a founder share of the Suez Canal ? Or a previously unseen highly decorative Swiss shipping share from the 1840s ? And the world’s first automobile share ? A previously unreported German railroad share ? A share option certificate from the Bank of England from 1730 ? Several Chinese foreign bonds unreported by Kuhlmann? A share in what was at that time the National Bank of Mexico ?
We could go on for a while, but let us halt by perhaps the most unexpected discovery: an Antwerp City bond from 1664 which brings together the painter families Rubens and Brueghel !

On, you can browse the catalogue by country or theme, or download the PDF. There are also specific indexes for top pieces, printer companies, artists and autographs. We also offer live internet bidding facilities (without any extra fee) through the Invaluable platform (see red button at the bottom of the left menu – important: register at least 48h in advance!).

We wish you a lot of fun going through our auction selection and remain at your service if you have any questions. Contact me directly at

Massimo Uccelli
44 anni, libero professionista, in bilico tra il vecchio ed il nuovo, tra documenti antichi e tecnologia. Sempre in cerca di informazioni riguardanti documenti di vecchie banche italiane (Monti di Pietà).