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Bank of Charlotte Daily Gold Deposits for the year 1854

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money Start Price:750.00 USD Estimated At:1,500.00 - 3,000.00 USD
Bank of Charlotte Daily Gold Deposits for the year 1854
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This is a definitive record of gold going to the Charlotte Bank which would ultimately find its way to the United States Mint. Starting with December 12, 1853 and ending May 4, 1855. Difficult to read but words like 'Gold' and 'Gold Distribution' and 'Parcels of Gold' and 'Coin are found throughout. Fills two pages and part of a third page. Companies are also listed on some entries like 'J Whitfuld' and 'M- Johnson & Co.' and 'JJCJ' and 'WA Minton(?) & Co.' Names listed include 'Mr. Reid (deposits $736 on February 20th - Templeton Reid?)' and 'D Parks' and 'Myers'. One average there are 5 to 6 entries per month. Pages measure 16 x 10.5". 2+ pages are full of the four page document. The top says '--- the Bank of Charlotte N. C.' and 'In Act with R. C. Pearson." R.C. Pearson is definately to Robert Caldwell Pearson. He was the president of the Morganton branch of the Bank of the state of North Carolina at this time. He was also active in mining in the state. He was the first president of the Western North Carolina Railroad. (Al Adams Gold Rush Memorabilia Collection) Date: 1854 Location: Charlotte, North Carolina HWAC# 56817