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La Plata Liver Mining Company of Nevada Bond (loan) #90509

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Stock & Bond - Mining Start Price:120.00 USD Estimated At:240.00 - 500.00 USD
La Plata Liver Mining Company of Nevada Bond (loan)  #90509
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120.00USDto 2*****l+ (30.00) buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2019 Dec 06 @ 10:42UTC-8 : PST
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# 22 for $1000. To bearer. Signed by Daniel Hunter and president Hose(?). Directors: Dr. CH Hunter, EL Richie, John L Hoffman. Loan $1000. Six $20 coupons attached. JOurnal Office printer. One small rip at upper left fold. Otherwise in very nice condition. 8.5 x 9". This was issued during the two years La Plata was the county seat of Churchill County. La Plata never reached a population of more than a couple of hundred. On top of that it was, like most Nevada mining camps, in a remote mountain area. La Plata was given the county seat, because the current county seat was Buckland Station. That's right a wagon station in an area with a few ranches - and, oh yes, Fort Churchill - was the first county seat. In 1867 the county seat was moved to Stillwater, a small town with a lot of ranches. The ore was surface, ran out quickly, and by 1867 there was little population left and no real mining! State: Nevada City: Churchill County, La Plata Date: 1866