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Anna Gold & Silver Mining Co. Stock Certificate, Spring Valley, Nevada Territory, 1864

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Anna Gold & Silver Mining Co. Stock Certificate, Spring Valley, Nevada Territory, 1864
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Extra rare location. Location printed on certificate: Spring Valley, Devil's Gate District, Lyon County, N.T. Incorporated January 9th, 1864. Dateline Gold Hill, January 27th, 1864. No. 54, issued for 5 shares to P.F.W. Black. Signed by L.A. Hauck, secretary, and the president, Sig'd Ettlinger. Not cancelled. Very ornate logo written on a ribbon vignette. Three other vignettes on the stock: portrait of a woman (left); miner panning for gold (center); and eagle's head (bottom). Gold Hill News Print. Van Vleck Eng.Folds, toning, a few small stains. PFW Black is not listed in the Collins 1864 directory. This company is listed in Collins with their office in Gold Hill. L.A. Hauck is listed as secretary for multiple mining companies and appears to be associated with Hart's Saloon in Gold Hill also. Sig'd Ettlinger is listed as owning a grocery business with his brother in Virginia City. Not in Filer. Spring Valley was located below Silver City and three miles west of Dayton. Ansari notes two mills were present: Dana Mill (1860s) and Spring Valley Mill (1870s). According to Nevada and Her Resources (1894): "The ledge is strong and has been opened on the surface by well known gold producers at many different points from Spring valley to Devil's Gate a distance of about two miles. A tunnel following the course of the ledge from Spring valley to Devil's Gate would strike the Silver City mines at a depth of about 500 feet and would open an immense mineral section through almost the entire length of which luring inducements would be offered the miner to prospect and it would afford employment to at least a thousand men It is in every respect equal to the Pine Grove and Silver Peak properties." Stretch, 1867, notes that several of the abandoned mines in the Spring Valley District are receiving new attention, with some being relocated and a ten stamp mill being erected (pg. 14). Date: Location: Lyon County, Nevada HWAC# 60624