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Charter Oak Gold & Silver Mining Co. Stock Certificate, Virginia District, Nevada Territory, 1863

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Charter Oak Gold & Silver Mining Co. Stock Certificate, Virginia District, Nevada Territory, 1863
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Location: Virginia Mining District, Storey County, N.T. (printed under logo). The company owned Charter Oak Ledges No. 1, 2, 3, and 4 (printed at right). Incorporated June 1863. Dateline Virginia, N.T., June 15th, 1863. No. 94, issued for 11 shares to company president Mason B. Bartlett. Signed by Bartlett and secretary J.C. George. Not cancelled. Unusual vignette of oak tree and small vignette of fog's head. Agnew & Deffebach print, SF. 25 cent IR stamp attached at left. Horizontal and vertical folds, toning, and imprint stains (right and left) from being folded with the revenue stamp. Not in Filer or other Holabird indexes. The mine is not listed in the 1964 Collins Comstock directory, nor is Bartlett. J.C. George is listed as commissioner for deeds living in Virginia City. Bartlett appears to later have been a postal clerk in Eureka and also lived in Tonopah. Date: Location: Storey County, Nevada HWAC# 60911