Colorado Central Rail Road Company (106535)

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Colorado Central Rail Road Company   (106535)
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Cancelled, 10 shares Colorado Central Rail Road Company number 108, issued to Gilpin County, Colorado. Countersigned to Frank D. Rutnick. Grey border, raised seal Colorado Central 1866. Two vignettes, one of a train and one of a group of barrels. Imprinted revenue paper RNT4. Colorado Central Railroad was a rail road company that operated in Colorado and southeastern Wyoming in the late 19th century. Built during Colorado Gold Rush to ship gold from mountains to its Golden-Denver line to form a connection with the transcontinental railroad. Choice Internal Revenue Stamp on stock. Stamp ink Orange valued at 25 cents. Signed by H. M. Teller, President and Listed in Castenholz. Printer: Hooper, Lewis & Co., Boston.

Date: 1873
State/Country: Colorado
City/County: Golden