Superb 100 year bond of the New Jersey Junction Railroad dated 1886, with nearly four pages of the attractive coupons remaining. The bond is boldly signed at back by J. Pierpont Morgan and Harris Charles Fahnestock as Trustees. A large impressive vignette of a harbor scene is also at the back. Graphically beautiful on both sides. J. P. Morgan, April 17, 1837 - March 31, 1913, consummate American financier, banker and art collector who dominated the corporate finance and industrial world, including arranging the merger of Edison General Electric and Thomas-Houston Electric Company to form "General Electric". He financed the creation of Federal Steel Company and merged with Carnegie Steel to form the United States Steel Corporation. He led the banking coalition that stopped the "Panic of 1907" and was the financier of the Progressive Era.Harris Charles Fahnestock was a wealthy banker in his own right and was a member of Morgan’s Board Of Trustees. The bond is also signed by railroad executives E.V.W Rossiter, C.C Clarke, George S. Jones(Co-Founder of the New York Times) and Joisah H. Reed. This is a wonderful piece and framed in a museum quality presentation.