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What is the ticker symbol for Crane Co. common stock and where does it trade?
Crane Co. Common stock has traded on the New York Stock Exchange since October 26, 1936 and is listed under the symbol "CR".
If I sell my shares in Crane Co., how can I determine my original cost basis?
Crane Co. has no knowledge of what you originally paid for your shares and thus cannot advise you on your cost basis for tax purposes. If your original trade confirmations indicating the price you paid for Crane Co. common stock have been lost or destroyed, you should contact your broker.
What do I do if I am a registered shareholder but cannot locate my stock certificates?
To receive replacement certificates you will be required to execute an Affidavit for Lost, Stolen, or Destroyed Securities. You may request an affidavit by calling the company's stock transfer agent and registrar at 1-781-575-2725 or by writing to EquiServe Trust Company, PO Box 43069, Providence, Rhode Island, 02940-3069.
I have moved and need to change the mailing address for my quarterly dividend checks. What should I do?
If you are a registered shareholder you should refer all change of address requests to EquiServe Trust Company at 1-781-575-2725 or write to them at PO Box 43069, Providence, Rhode Island, 02940-3069.
Can I purchase Crane Co. common stock directly from the company?
No, Crane Co. stock must be purchased through a licensed brokerage firm.
Does the company have an odd-lot buyback program for registered shareholders with less than 100 shares of stock?
No, Crane does not have an odd-lot share buyback program in place at this time. Any shareholder wishing to sell their shares must transact the sale through a broker.
I am attempting to adjust my original cost basis to reflect the company's recent stock splits but cannot remember when they occurred. Is this information still available?
Crane Co. stockholders have enjoyed numerous stock splits, distributions and stock dividends over many years. Most recently the following stock splits were effected:

Date Type
April 1986 3 for 2 stock split
May 1987 3 for 2 stock split
October 1988 Medusa Corp. Distribution
October 1989 3 for 2 stock split
December 1996 3 for 2 stock split
September 1998 3 for 2 stock split
December 1999 Huttig Building Products Distribution

Other historical information concerning Crane. Co. corporate actions on its common stock may be available through your broker.
I am an investor in Signal Technology Corporation (NASD: STCO), which became a wholly owned subsidiary of Crane Co., on May 29, 2003 through the completion of Crane?s all cash tender offer. I have not yet tendered my Signal shares. Is it too late to tender my Signal shares? How can I tender my shares to receive $13.25 net per common share of Signal?
All shareholders of STCO who did not tender their shares during the initial tender period that expired on May 22, 2003 received a second letter of transmittal and instructions for surrendering their certificates pursuant to the merger of STC Merger Co. with and into Signal Technology Corporation which became effective on May 29, 2003. Proceeds of the cash exchange will be paid out to former shareholders of STCO upon receipt by the company's agent of a duly executed Letter of Transmittal.
Why can I no longer find the active stock quote listing for my Signal Technology stock?
As of May 29, 2003, the effective date when Signal became a wholly owned subsidiary of Crane Co., the Signal company stock (NASD: STCO) was delisted from trading on the NASDAQ exchange.
I have questions regarding my former holdings in Signal shares, who do I call?
Call Signal Technology's former transfer agent, Equiserve Trust Company, at 781-595-3120. EquiServe's primary responsibility was to maintain an accurate record of the company's stock ownership, which included shares held by individuals as well as institutional holders. EquiServe's mailing and Web site addresses are: EquiServe Trust Company, 150 Royall Street, Canton, MA 02021, www.equiserve.com .
I tendered my shares of Signal Technology Corporation, how can I determine my original cost basis?
Neither Crane Co., Signal Technology, nor their respective transfer agents has knowledge of what you originally paid for your Signal shares and thus cannot advise you on your cost basis for tax purposes. If your original trade confirmations indicating the price you paid for Signal Technology Corporation have been lost or destroyed, you should contact your broker.
In December 1999, I received shares of Huttig Building Products, Inc., which was distributed by Crane in the form of a tax-free dividend. How do I allocate my original tax basis between my Crane Co. Common Stock and these Huttig shares?
The tax basis in the shares of Crane Co. Common Stock held by stockholders prior to the Distribution should be allocated 94.993% to Crane Common Stock and 5.007% to Huttig Building Products, Inc. shares including any fractional interest.
As a shareholder of record on December 8, 1999, I was expecting to receive shares in Huttig Building Products, Inc. but cannot seem to locate them. How do I confirm this?
You may contact Mellon Investor Services, the distribution agent and registrar for Huttig Building Products Common Stock, toll-free at 1-888-395-6370.
In October 1988, I received shares of Medusa Corporation, which was distributed by Crane in the form of a tax-free dividend. How do I allocate my original tax basis between my Crane Co. Common Stock and these Medusa shares?
The tax basis in the shares of Crane Co. Common Stock held by stockholders prior to the Distribution should be allocated 78.023529% to Crane Common Stock and 21.976471% to Medusa Common Shares including any fractional interest.
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