Sté d'Exploitation d'Autos Chenilles Propulseurs Kégresse-Hinstin (SEAC) (1928)

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Share of 500F category A - Paris 1928

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Adolphe Kégresse had been Nicolas II's garages manager and he came back to France in 1917.

In 1920, André Citröen bought the manufacturing licence for his invention. In 1923, he tried this new material with a Sahara crossing, then on 1924 with a "Black cruise" expedition.

Head office in Paris, 83 avenue de la Grande-Armée.

Design of an "auto-chenille".

VF/EF : 3 small needle holes.

Capital 5 million francs (issue : 10.000 shares)

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Country
France
Theme
Automobile
Design
Yes
Rare bonds
Yes
Condition
EF

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