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2017-02-17 Canadian Stocks - Old Certificates from the /30's:

joan, from the information I have available:    Gulf Lead has no value. The company was dissolved in the mid-1970s.    Nottawa was liquidated in the 1940's. No value.    Cobalt had a reverse split and

2017-02-16 Canadian Stocks - Old stocks and shares of my deceased mother-in-laws. Doherty McCuaig Limited, Bev-Cal Mines Ltd, Rokon Mines Ltd,Gallahad Petroleum Ltd shares and or stocks.:

Linda, from the information I have available:    Doherty McCuaig was a brokerage firm, and most likely the one that sold your Mother-In-Law the shares. They are long defunct.    Bev-Cal had a name change

2017-02-16 Canadian Stocks - older canadian stocks:

Simonne, from the information I have available:    Citco was suspended and delisted in 1991. I have no evidence that the stock ever corrected its issues and returned to trading. No current value.    Silver

2017-02-15 Canadian Stocks - Shares:

Brenda, from the information I have available:    Unigold had two reverse splits (1 for 5 and 1 for 8) and became 360 Vox, which was acquired by Dundee Corp in 2014 on the basis of 0.01221 of a Dundee

2017-02-15 Canadian Stocks - Stock certificates, signed by deceased:

Terry, that is really a question you will have to ask an attorney. One of the issues is that the shares are in paper certificate form in your mother's name. In order to deposit those shares into an account

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