Dear Friend,Hello and welcome. Thank you for providing an opportunity to assist you.
There would be two ways to find out the value of such bonds. To begin with, you can access services like S&P Corporation records through your broker. IF this does not work, you can also check out Arizona-based Stock Search International - that charge between $40 and $85 for access to their corporate databases, and/or to initiate new research about a company on your behalf.If the above does not help, you should try and see if your bonds has any "collectible" Value. You may refer the following and see if they have any value as a collectible item. You may refer :http://www.scripophily.com/
I hope this helps.. Please feel absolutely free to revert back with a reply if you need more assistance of if I have missed out on any aspect of your question. Warm Regards
Thank you for your good advice.
I will reach out to you again soon. I see your training is in law and finance, exactly the two issues that bring me to JUSTANSWER seeking valuations to sell our estate assets.
My younger brother was diagnosed with neck cancer. He had his operation at Mount Sinai on June 18th. Three days after surgery he suffered a post operative bleed out and went into cardiac arrest for over 20 minutes.
To this day he remains in the hospital receiving coma rehab therapy. His medical records indicate the severity of his surgery and should have been cause for a longer post op stay and heighten observations (if not one on one). But the doctor's eagerness to release him and the lack of timely follow up observations including a blood transfusion debacle which caused an infusion into his left arm tissue...Anyway back to the money issues... law will be next !
Thank you for your good advice and wishes!