MAGNIFICENT Fifty Gold Mines Stock Certificate #81907

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MAGNIFICENT Fifty Gold Mines Stock Certificate  #81907
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Extremely Rare! This certificate is sure to catch your attention as an investor. Large size. Four real photo vignettes. Fifty-four individual mines listed in Circles on border. Gold Seal. Fancy Script. Number 2078 for 20 shares to Sarah E Brown. Signed by A Hayward and president F Wilson. Dateline 1906. The Smith Brooks Printing Company of Denver outdid themselves on this one! Uncancelled. Heavy folds, staple holes three large holes for storage. Still a striking piece. Mining near Blackhawk on the Gregory, Fisk, Cook, Bobtail and Mammoth veins and their branches and on several minor veins has in recent years been controlled by the Fifty Gold Mines Co. The properties under this management have been among the most productive in the district but were unfortunately closed down. [Professional Paper - United States Geological Survey] The 1909 Moody's said this about the Fifty Gold Mines Corporation in 1909. The Fifty Gold Mines Corporation is an enterprise which has gone through some difficulties but being a property which is well considered it has a chance to come out successfully thought it must have more capital. When a mine is in a difficult position it is more frequently brought to worse than better conditions. In 1910 the company was in bankruptcy court. . State: Colorado City: Black Hawk District, Gilpin County Date: 1906