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It is signed by President and Treasurer.
The sell assigned does not have a signature. The purchaser is either my grandfather or my father. Both have passed away.
I have photos of certificate
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The desolvement seems to be for an assumed name. Does that make a difference.
The state indicated that there was some type of dual filing by both DPAC( corp) and Cedar Fair (sole propritor). I also plan to do a docket search.
I plan to see if the company will honor the certificate.
Dorney Park is one of the oldest amusement parks in the country and is now part of a major corporation.
You have been most helpful
I have submitted a claim to redeem the full value of the capital stock certificate.
I'll let you know what happens
FYI There was an effort to sell Dorney for 2.4 Billion
Cedar Fair's History of Dorney does not mention DPAC
1923: In 1923, The Coaster was built. This wooden roller coaster, made from pressure treated pine, was originally a simple out-and-back ride until it was reconfigured to form a figure eight in 1927. During that same year, the Park incorporated and was renamed "Dorney Park Coaster Company, Inc.," and Robert Plarr, Bill Ruske and Ray Sandt purchased the Park from the Allentown-Kutztown Traction Company. A few years later, Robert Plarr purchased the Park outright from his partners.
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