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Answer #1 | 27/12 2013 15:36
If it's a stock certificate, then it may have value. Normally stock certificates are very colorful, are printed on heavy paper, and clearly list the number of shares owned and the name of the company in which you own shares on the front, with a place to sign on the back. If you have a stock certificate (and especially if the number of shares is a big number), bring it to any stock brokerage firm and they will determine its value. It is ok that the company has changed names.
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Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 06:05
There is a difference between owning a franchise (which is worth nothing at this point) and stocks/bonds the parent company, which may or may not be worth anything. If it is stocks or bonds, then where are the certificates specifically saying how many shares are owned? Also, the time that any bonds were due is well past, and I don't know what happens to money like that, it is probably gone. If you have stock certificates, then call a broker. My guess however, is that Rexall Sundown did nothing more than license the name and the stock would be worthless.
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