Splitdorf - Bethlehem Electrical Company 1920's - Issued to Edward H. Schwab

Splitdorf - Bethlehem Electrical Company 1920's - Issued to Edward H. Schwab

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Beautifully engraved certificate from the Splitdorf-Bethlehem Electrical Company issued in 1927-1928. This historic document was printed by the American Banknote Company and has an ornate border around it. This item is hand signed by the company’s president and treasurer and is over 73 years old. The Splitdorf Company made radios, magnetos, lighting systems, spark plugs and other electrical products. They had manufacturing operations in Newark N.J. and in Canada and produced radios throughout the 1920's. The company merged with the Thomas Edison Company in early 1930's. In addition, the Splitdorf Electrical Co. of Newark, New Jersey manufactured at least 12 different motorcycle generators from 1918 to 1931. The company was founded by C. F. Splintdorf. The Splitdorf - Bethlehem Electrical Company was a venture between Bethlehem Steel and Splitdorf Electrical Company. Bethlehem Steel was run by Charles Schwab (Senior) at the time these certificates were issued. This certificate was issued to Edward H. Schwab and signed by him on the verso.

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