Death Valley Consolidated Mining Co. Stock Certificate (107226)

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Death Valley Consolidated Mining Co. Stock Certificate   (107226)
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Inc. in Arizona, 1905. Principal Office: Rhyolite, Nevada. Low certificate #5, issued to Clay Tallman for 1 shares in 1906. Signed by W.H. Seaman as president and Tallman as secretary. Not cancelled. Black border and print, gold seal, elk vignette. Folds, toning. 8.25 x 11" Seaman formed the company during the Bullfrog excitement to work the big, low grade lead deposit called the March Storm at the head of Titus Canyon (Lingenfelter). After about six months, Seaman gave the property up as worthless. Nearly 20 years later, C.C. Julian bought the claims and formed the Western Lead Mines Company. Julian went wild promoting his new venture. He built a road up Titus Canyon to the mine, started two tunnels and laid out a townsite called Leadfield. Julian fleeced his investors for much more than he had invested with the same worthless mine. Ken Prag Collection

Date: 1906
State/Country: California
City/County: Death Valley/Leadfield