Interstate General Company LP

Interstate General Company LP
Item# 2791
$2.00, 2 for $3.00, 4 for $5.00, 10 for $9.00

Interstate General Company was incorporated in Delaware in 1962. The company was fueled by garbage but has decided to throw in the towel. Through its Interstate Waste Technologies and Caribe Waste Technologies subsidiaries, the diversified real estate firm was engaged in waste-to-energy operations in North and South America, Asia, and the Caribbean Islands using the waste disposal technologies of Thermoselect, a Swiss company. IGC spun off most of its real estate operations as American Community Properties Trust, a real estate investment trust, and shut down custom builder American Family Homes after repeated losses. Entities associated with CEO James Wilson own about 45% of the firm, which is selling its land holdings and pursuing liquidation.

Beneficial Assignment Certificate, issued in the 1990s

Printed by the American Bank Note Company

8 (h) x 12 (w)

These certificates have vertical fold lines, punch hole cancels in signature areas and body, stray staple holes and markings.





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