Beautifully engraved certificate from the International Combustion Engineering Corporation
no later than 1933. This historic document was printed by the American Bank Note Company and has an
ornate border around it with a vignette of an allegorical man looking at the ground holding a tool with a factory in the background. This item has the printed signatures of the Company's Vice-President and Treasurer and is
over 73 years old.
International Combustion Engineering Corporation was incorporated under Delaware laws, July 30, 1920, as a holding company. Holds stock of subsidiary companies which design, manufacture and build automatic stokers, equipment for preparing and burning fuel in pulverized form, furnaces, boilers and steam generators, complete power plants, and plants for the distillation of coal at low temperatures and the recovery of coal tar by-products. Equipment is also manufactured for the pulverizing of minerals, pigments, etc. Company's works are located at Monongahela, Pa.; East Chicago, Ind.; Chicago, Ill.; St. Louis, Mo.; Phoenixville, Pa.; Newark, N. J.; Dover, Ohio; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Fairmont, W. Va.; Derby, Eng., and Roubaix, France. Affiliated companies in England, Germany, France, Belgium and Holland. Controls directly or indirectly 29 domestic and foreign subsidiaries, the principal of which are as follows:
Combustion Engineering Corp.: Incorporated Mar. 5, Underfeed Stoker Co., Ltd.: Incorporated June 16,1900 1914 in New York. Engaged in selling of automatic stokers, in England. Sells in England and elsewhere in Europe boilers, pulverized fuel systems and other types of steam automatic stokers and other combustion devices manufao- generating equipment and accessories manufactured by its tured under patents owned by it. Plant, located at Derby, subsidiaries. The company also contracts for the installa- England, has a land area of 20 acres and a floor space, cities throughou tne Islands.