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I picked this (and a few others) old stock certificate up at

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I picked this (and a few others) old stock certificate up at a yard sale a few months ago. Just curious if it is worth anything. It looks like the company, Vending Machine Corporation of America, is a subsidiary of some sort to pepsi. (Seems like they made the pepsi machines). What is is /biz/ opinion on buying old stock certificates?
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>>1723224
Yeah it's absolutely worth money, hard to sell unless you inherited or otherwise have stock ownership. That company is still in business, as well.

May want to ask your bank or stock broker about it.
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>>1723224
Omg that's Walmart stock today worth billions probably wtf you found this pic online
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>>1723231
no I just took it. I swear
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neat
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>>1723230
What would be the steps to gaining ownership through of any shares today? Could I legally do it, even though I bought it through a yard sale?
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There's also letters included that relate to the stock.
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>>1723242
Just because you own that piece of paper doesn't mean you own those shares, that's not how stocks work.
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>>1723224
take it back to the person you bought it from, explain that it's worth a lot and maybe they'll share the money with you
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>>1723224
unless your name is the same, you can't cash in those shares
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>>1723304
Can I change my name? :)
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>>1723300
It's unrelated to them. They don't know anything about it. I'm like 90% sure it was owned by this guy, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myron_H._Wilson.
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>>1723296
But if the guy died childless, unmarried, and didn't leave them to anyone, could I claim them?
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>>1723308
sure, but that can fuck over everything else in your life.

If you are willing to fuck over everything from your job to social security for 300+ shares then go ahead.
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>>1723224
Anyone else?
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