Collection RC0690 - Dominion Foundries and Steel Limited collection

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Dominion Foundries and Steel Limited collection

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  • [ca. 1917]-[ca. 1935] (Creation)

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8 stock share certificates.

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Dominion Steel Casting Company Limited was incorporated under the Companies Act of the Dominion of Canada in 1912 by Clifton and Frank Sherman. They added the Dominion Steel Foundry Company in 1913. In 1917, they became Dominion Foundries and Steel Limited. The company officially changed its name to Dofasco in 1980, though it had long been a popular nickname. In 2006, they were acquired by Arcelor and are now a standalone subsidiary of ArcelorMittal.

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All certificates are undated and stamped "cancelled"; two of the certificates are issued pursuant to supplementary letters patent granted on 25 April 1935.

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