LUKOIL Presents Oil/Gas Memorabilia from Corporate Collection
LUKOIL presents its corporate collection of pre-revolutionary and Soviet postcards in the Central House of Artists in Moscow on January 24 to 27, 2008. The collection is dedicated to the history of Russian oil and gas industry. The visitors will see unique documents connected with the history of Russia’s first oil companies -- the Baku Naphtha Company, the Nobel Brothers Partnership for Petroleum Production and others. In addition to the post cards, other exhibits include shares, bonds, advertisements, accounting reports and business letters. The collection comprises about 500 rarities.
Altogether the LUKOIL museum collection encompasses over 2 thousand items, including documents, books, securities, postcards, memorabilia, post stamps, various appliances and devices.
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