Death Valley-Arcalvada Consolidated Mines Co. Collection (107231)

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Death Valley-Arcalvada Consolidated Mines Co. Collection   (107231)
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Lot of 5 different: four bonds and one stock certificate. Mines at Cima, San Bernardino County, California (printed on bonds). Inc. in Wyoming. 1) Stock No. 131, issued for 1,000 shares in 1907 to JT Conant in Denver. Signed by the vice president and secretary. Not cancelled. Orange border and underground mining vignette. Folds, toning. 2) Two different bonds issued in 1908 that feature a vignette of the mine and camp! $25 and $50, not cancelled. Signed by the president Leopold Hahn and the secretary. Orange or brown border. Each has many coupons still attached. Folds, toning. 3) Two different bonds issued in 1910. No vignette. $10 and $25. Signed by president Salisbury and the secretary. Not cancelled. Multiple coupons attached to each. AR-CAL-VADA usually means Arizona, California and Nevada. According to an advertisement in the Western Investors Review, Vol. 14 (1907/8 page 109), this was a consolidation of the Death Valley Gold Mining and Milling Company and the Arcalvada Mining and Milling Company. Chas. A. Tarbel, the Treasurer and Fiscal Agent for the company claims that the “new” mining company is free of debt and all stockholders should transfer their certificates. The Mining and Scientific Press , Vol 104, January to July of 1912, page 290 mentions that waterpower has been developed and a mill built on the property. Ken Prag Collection

Date: 1907-1910
State/Country: California
City/County: Death Valley