Outstanding JP Morgan signed New Jersey Junction bond 1886
No bigwig stockbroker should be without this on his or her wall!
When one thinks of important robber barons from over 100 years ago, JP Morgan makes the grade. This is an 1886 New Jersey Junction Railroad bond signed by JP Morgan. Morgan was a prominent financier and philanthropist in his day. He was involved with such large corporations as United States Steel and General Electric. This display shows the entire bond, the front of an unissued bond and coupons. The world's largest bank is named after J.P. Morgan. This collage includes another original, genuine bond (unsigned) to show the front, a sampling of 4 coupons, a portrait and a plaque.