International Nickel Company

International Nickel Company
Item# 2962
$9.00

International Nickel Company
Some important dates in the history of the International Nickel Company:

1902 - The International Nickel Company is formed (it would not be incorporated until some 13 years later).

1903 - Wright Brothers' first successful airplane was flown. The engine for latermodels (1908-1912) used a nickel steel crankshaft and began a century-long relationship between nickel and the aviation industry.

1915 - International Nickel Company stock was first listed on the New York Stock Exchange on September 23.

1916 - The International Nickel Company of Canada Limited was incorporated July 25, as a subsidiary of The International Nickel Company (the American corporation).

1919 - The International Nickel Co. begins using the trademark name, INCO.

1921 - International Nickel builds a rolling mill at Huntington, West Virginia for the production of MONEL nickel. This marks the beginning of Inco Alloys.

1939 - King George VI and Queen Elizabeth became the first members of the British Royal family to visit the Sudbury, Ontario nickel operations, and the Queen became the first woman to go underground in one of the District's mines, Inco's Frood Mine.

1940's - During the war years, 1939 to 1945, International Nickel delivered 1.5 billion pounds of nickel, 1.75 billion pounds of copper, and over 1.8 million ounces of the platinum metals to the allied countries. The tonnage of ore mined by International Nickel during the war years equaled the production of the company and its predecessors during the previous 54 years of their existence.

1969 - On July 20, astronaut Neil Armstrong took his first step on the surface of the moon. Inco nickel alloys played a vital role in this historic moon voyage.


Certificate: Common Stock, issued in the 1920s

Printer: American Bank Note Company

Dimensions: 8 (h) x 12 (w)

State: NJ-New Jersey

Subject Matter: Metals and Related

Vignette Topic(s): Allegorical Featured | Animal Featured | Lion Featured

Condition: Vertical fold lines, punch hole cancels in the signature areas and body, and some toning and edge faults from age.





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