Product Description For Dean Witter Cardholder Used:
This listing is for one used:
Women’s Business Exchange
Vintage Collectible Cardholder Used.
First, about 3.625 x 2.25 x 0.375 inches closed.
Next, cardholder is gold-toned.
Background Info For Dean Witter:
A man named Dean Witter and a few members of his family founded Dean Witter & Co. in 1924. Further, its headquarters were at 45 Montgomery Street, the Wall Street of San Francisco. Notably, it was the first brokerage to open offices in all 50 states, and in 1972 became one of the first securities firms to sell shares to the public.
Interestingly, in 1981, Dean Witter became one of the first firms to experiment with the now-scoffed-at idea of the financial supermarket, allowing itself to be bought by Sears Roebuck & Co. Shortly afterward, Dean Witter brokers began appearing in Sears’ stores, hawking stocks and bonds alongside wheelbarrows and power drills.
Sears ended up spinning Dean Witter off in 1993, and it grew rapidly during the bull market before merging with Morgan Stanley to form the No. 2 securities firm, behind Merrill Lynch MER, +2.23%. Next, in 1997, the $10.2 billion merger of Dean Witter and Morgan Stanley formed Morgan Stanley Dean Witter. Finally, in 2002, the company became officially known as Morgan Stanley.
Disclaimers For This Listing:
First, we enlarge photos in this listing to show details.
In addition, color of item you receive may vary from that shown. Due to computer and camera issues.
Further, item has minor nicks, scratches, and wear of finish.
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