Seller: oldstockyard (7,376) 100%, Location: Loganville, Georgia, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 110605398998 Old Stock Yard Collectible Stock and Bond Certificates Reliance Insurance Company Original stock certificate Issued in the 1970s Pennsylvania Attractive certificate with beautiful vignette Depicts old fire hydrant with slogan "Symbol of Security Since 1817" Fire hydrant also depicted in company seal at bottom Old Stock Yard Policies and FAQs Please visit my eBay store – any combined certificate purchased ship free with auction items!Shipping and Handling Charges: $3.99 for one certificate to the U.S. $14.99 for one certificate to the rest of the world Additional, combined certificate purchases ship for free! Shipping Method and Timing: Certificates are carefully packaged in poly bags and rigid envelopes to protect them during shipment. Items are sent via U.S.P.S. – usually first class, but occasionally priority or parcel post. Most items will be mailed within 48 hours of payment. Payment Method: In accordance with eBay policy, my listings are setup to accept Paypal payments. Sellers are allowed to accept other forms of payment only if the buyer requests another payment method – so if you prefer to pay using a method other than Paypal, please let me know. Return Policy: Items can be returned for any reason within 15 days of purchase. A full refund will be issued upon receipt of the return if the item is the same condition it was in upon delivery. FAQs: Are you your certificates authentic or copies? Everything I sell is original and authentic. I do not sell copies or reproductions. Is the certificate pictured the exact one I will receive? Usually, yes. Occasionally, I do list certificates of the same type without rescanning. In this case, the certificate you receive will be virtually identical (same color, size, vignette, etc.) to the one pictured. Again, if you ever receive anything from me you are not 100% pleased with, you can return it for a full refund. What is the best way to store, protect, and display my certificate collection? The best thing, by far, that I have come across for storing certificates are profolios and sleeves made by Itoya. You can purchase them in my eBay store. I have several sizes available. Do the certificates you sell have financial value? No, these certificates are sold as collectibles only; although they are authentic, they no longer hold financial value.