Arctic Chief Copper Mines Stock

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Stock & Bond - Mining Start Price:50.00 USD Estimated At:100.00 - 150.00 USD
Arctic Chief Copper Mines Stock
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This item SOLD at 2018 Oct 20 @ 08:18UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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The Arctic Chief is situated near the centre of the Whitehorse copperbelt, at an elevation of 922 feet above Whitehorse, and 3,012 feet above the sea. A wagon road, 7.1 miles in length, connects it with the present railway terminus at Whitehorse. It was staked July 12, 1899, by Captain John Irving of Victoria, British Columbia. During the past season it was under bond to the Arctic Chief Copper Mines Company, with headquarters at Spokane, Washington. The Arctic Chief ore body outcrops on rising ground, and has been opened up by means of a tunnel. Development work commenced in 1902, but has proceeded slowly. [A Glimpse at the Whitehorse Copperbelt: A Compilation by Gaffin] Number 66 for 10,000 shares issued to WJH Elmendorf in 1918. Signed by president TB Garrison and secretary Wakefield. Incorporated in Washington in 1907. Issued in Spokane, Washington. Registered in the Yukon Territory. Simple stock with majestic vignette. Printed by Shaw & Borden of Spokane. Two vertical folds. No edge, corner, pin hole or discoloration issues. Prag Collection. City: Whitehorse, Yukon State: Alaska Date: 1918 HWAC# 78605