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Hendee Manufacturing Co., "INDIAN MOTOCYCLE" ND (1900-1913), Specimen Stock Certificate

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Hendee Manufacturing Co.,  INDIAN MOTOCYCLE  ND (1900-1913), Specimen Stock Certificate
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Massachusetts, ND (1900-1913). <100 Shares Preferred Stock Specimen Certificate, Black print with blue border and underprint, Native man with feather in hair at top with "Indian Motocycle" printed around, Specimen overprints, POCS, Return to Record & Specimen Dept Stamp at center, XF to AU condition. ABNC. The "Indian Motocycle Co." was founded as the Hendee Manufacturing Company by George M. Hendee in 1897 to manufacture bicycles. These were initially badged as "Silver King" and "Silver Queen" brands but the name "American Indian", quickly shortened to just "Indian", was adopted by Hendee from 1898 onwards because it gave better product recognition in export markets. Oscar Hedstrom joined in 1900. Both Hendee and Hedstrom were former bicycle racers and manufacturers, and after building three prototypes they teamed up to produce a motorcycle with a 1.75 bhp, single-cylinder engine. The motorcycle was successful and sales increased dramatically during the next decade. Historic stock certificate from this famous motorcycle company. The company changed its name fully to "Indian Motocycle" in 1923.