American Viscose Corporation

American Viscose Corporation
Item# 3280rd

Was: $8.95

NOW:
$3.95

       




Stock Certificate, issued/canceled
1950's and 1960's
American Note Company
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The first commercial production of rayon fiber (the first man-made fiber) in the United States was in 1910 by the American Viscose Company. Total United States production in 1911, the first full year, was 362,000 pounds of yarn. All of it was made at the Marcus Hook plant of the American Viscose Corporation. By using two different chemicals and manufacturing techniques, two basic types of rayon were developed -- viscose rayon and cuprammonium rayon. Today, only viscose rayon is being produced in the U.S.DE-Delaware Textiles and Related Textile Mills Under $10 Under $5 Allegorical Featured Cherub Subject Industrial Scene



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