Mining Stock and Bond Certificates
Mining Co., Maine, USA, 1920s: Share certificate with detailed
vignette of miners using a pneumatic drill to retrieve minerals. Established in
1912, this company operated a copper mine near Globe (AZ).
and stamp cancelled. VF
Green (12" x 8") $50.00
Bertha & Edith
Gold Mining Company, New York, 1878: Fine vellum share certificate
with detailed vignette of early prospectors operating sluice boxes. Interesting
name for a frontier mine where women were as precious as gold
No. 1075 Black (10" x 7")
Canadian Mining "Duo": Selection of two
certificates issued by large Canadian mining ventures:
Dome Mines Limited (ON, 1940s) and
Laval-Quebec Mines, Limited (QC, 1920s). Both
feature the same vignette of underground miners using pneumatic drills!
First item is punch cancelled and the other one is uncancelled. VF
No. 2418 Brown, Blue (12" x 8") $50.00
Carnation Gold Mining
& Milling Company, Colorado, 1902: Share certificate with
vignette depicting three smoking mining operations deep in the Colorado
mountains. Organized in 1896, this company held claims in the famous "Cripple
Creek" mining district.
Uncancelled with gold seal and documentary
No. 0301 Gold & Black (11" x 7") $75.00
Company, 1920s: Share certificate featuring a young maiden on the
upper left side and ornate lettering. Chartered in 1909, this company held
2,401 acres of land in the central mining district, near Santa Rita (NM).
Controlled by the Guggenheim interests, it was closely connected with the Utah
Copper Co. and the Ray Consolidated Copper Co.
Punch and stamp
No. 2165 Green (11" x 7") $50.00
Copper King of
Arizona, West Virginia, USA, 1900s: Share certificate with
decorative border. This famous Arizona company operated a prosperous copper
mine in the Bisbee area, Cochise County (AZ).
Uncancelled with red
seal. Scarce. VF
Green & Orange (10" x 8") $75.00
Golden Cycle Mining
& Reduction Company, West Virginia, USA, 1910s: Share
certificate with impressive vignette of the company's facilities. Based in
Colorado Springs (CO), this company was known as the "largest cyanide mill in
the U.S.", with a daily capacity of 1,200 tons.
Brown (11" x 9") $65.00
Company California, 1900s: Share certificate with very attractive
vignette of Mohawk Indians observing the colonization of their territory.
Chartered in 1877 by a group of wealthy Californian financiers including George
Hearst and Lloyd Tevis, Homestake remains one of the most prolific gold
producing company as it still operates its original mine in the Black Hills of
Stamp cancelled. VF
No. 0484 Red (11" x 7")
Nevada-Utah Mines &
Smelters Corporation, Maine, USA, 1900s: Share certificate with
detailed vignette of a large mining operation. This conglomerate owned
extensive properties including mines such as the "Pioche" (near Pioche, NV),
the "Last Chance" (Bingham mining district, UT) and the "Comet" mine (near
Frisco, Beaver County, UT).
Green (11" x 8")
Penn Anthracite Coal
Company Pennsylvania, 1889: Highly attractive $1,000 Gold Bond
certificate with engraved vignette of a smelting operation. Based in
Pittsburgh, this company operated several coal mines throughout Pennsylvania.
Uncancelled with coupon sheet. VF+
No. 0638 Orange (10" x 15")
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