Arno Gold Mining Company Stock Certificates (107861)

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Arno Gold Mining Company Stock Certificates  (107861)
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Lot of 2 different. These scarce stock certificates are from the short-lived town of Anaconda, Colorado, located adjacent to Cripple Creek. In 1893, Anaconda had 3 saloons: Good's Place, Mayer & Cook and Page & Allen. Anaconda became incorporated in 1894. A fire that started in a meat market destroyed most of the town in 1904 and Anaconda was never rebuilt. 1) Certificate no. 214 issued to Paul Dexter for 1,000 shares in 1900. Signed by John Sharpe as company president. John Sharpe was also one of the directors of the McKinney Extension Gold Mining Company. Not cancelled. 5.5 x 9.5" Pinholes, folds. 2) No. 1173, issued to Jno. Dorsey in 1901. Signed by B. Ross as president. Not cancelled.4.5 x 8.75" Pinholes, folds. According to E&MJ Vol. 7 (1901), the Arno Gold Mining Company "property adjoins that of the Mary McKinney and has the right to mine under the streets and alleys of the town of Anaconda as well as other property in that vicinity."

Provenance: Ken Prag Collection
Country (if not USA):
State: Colorado
City/County: Anaconda
Date: 1900 and 1901