Definition of Letter security
1. Noun. A stock or bond that is not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission and cannot be sold in the public market.
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Literary usage of Letter security
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1. A Manual for the Use of Notaries Public and Bankers: Comprising a Summary of by Bernard Roelker, Isaac Smith Homans (1864)
"Protest for letter Security. If it happens that, after acceptance, and before the maturity of the ... This protest is called a protest for letter security. ..."
2. Declaration of War: A Survey of the Position of Belligerents and Neutrals by Douglas Owen (1889)
"giving detailed particulars as to build, rig, voyage, crew, arms, &c.; and, before issue of the letter, security had to be given under a bail bond on the ..."
3. A Treatise on the Law of Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes, Bank-notes and by John Barnard Byles, Maurice Barnard Byles (1891)
"'214 Pmtest fir letter Security . 214 Noting . . . .214 Notice of Protest Copy of Protest Wfan Protest excused Protext of Inland Bills and PAGE 215 215 216 ..."