Diamond-Bathurst Inc. (Specimen)

Diamond-Bathurst Inc. (Specimen)
Item# 4060dbi


Subordinated Note, specimen
Late 1900's
American Bank Note Company
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Diamond-Bathurst Inc. was originally known as the Diamond Glass Company, and was based in Malvern, Pennsylvania. The company was a manufacturer of specialty liquor bottles.

In 1987, Myron Greenberg, the company's former secretary and chief accounting officer filed a suit charging that three members of Diamond-Bathurst's board, the company's president and a vice president knowingly inflated profit estimates in 1985 and 1986 to drive up the price of the company's stock.

In 1987, the company was purchased by the Anchor Glass Company, which manufactures beer bottles for the Anheuser-Busch Companies and other brewers.PA-Pennsylvania Carolina Brewery and Alcohol Liquor/Spirits Glass Companies Specimen Pieces Bird Featured Eagle Featured

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