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Blue Bank Gold and Silver Mining Company Stock #85251

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Stock & Bond - Mining Start Price:150.00 USD Estimated At:300.00 - 500.00 USD
Blue Bank Gold and Silver Mining Company Stock  #85251
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150.00USDto j******d+ (37.50) buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2019 Dec 06 @ 09:11UTC-8 : PST
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# 142 for 1 share to John Evans. Signed by secretary G Chestor(?). No president's signature. Dateline Weber Creek 1864. Incorporated June 29, 1863. Not cancelled. 25c Power of Att'y Revenue stamp. Mountain river vignette. HS Crocker printer. Ten feet to the share. Shares $50 each. Mine located in Greese Wood District. Office at J. Jurgen's Store in Weber Creek. Weber Creek is Placerville - in a way. The city of Placerville got its start by way of Captain Weber who was one of the first to make his way along today’s Weber Creek. He and two others successfully mined the creek. Later, they mined what is today’s Hangtown Creek where they struck it rich and the camp of Dry Diggings was established. In 1849 the name was changed to Hangtown after three men were hung. In 1854 the city changed its name once again, this time to Placerville. State: California City: Placerville Date: 1864