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Manhattan Silver Mining Company Ephemera (74489)

Currency:USD Category:Collectibles / Mining Start Price:35.00 USD Estimated At:75.00 - 130.00 USD
Manhattan Silver Mining Company Ephemera   (74489)
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This item SOLD at 2019 Jul 15 @ 14:02UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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Lot of eight. 1) Large size pay roll for August of 1866. Eleven employees. Signed by employees. 2) 1878 revenue imprinted check. Signed by Allen Curtis. 3) Legal size Company billed. James Bowstead agent Includes US and Nevada revenue stamps. To the Holbrook (?) Company. We believe this is the Holbrook who was the won the mayor's race in Austin in 1864. The loser, Gridley, became famous for carrying the Sanitary Sack of Flour. With a lose, Holbrook could have had that fame. 4-6) 1868 company billheads. 7) 1884 receipt. 8) American Mining Company billhead. Another Allen Curtis piece.

Date: 1866-1884
State/Country: Nevada
City/County: Austin