There's a company that was formed in 2008 and according to the annual return the shares issued were 1,000 at £0.001 each.
The accounts for every year have a different number and amount for shares each year. I think the owner has just cobbled together any old rubbish to save money by doing it himself. I do note from here that Companies House are very hot on picking up slight name change differences. Is this an example of what Companies House think is important. They can send company information on request pretty quickly but they don't seem to be bothered about comparing the accounts to the company information on record.