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Moshannon Coal Company Bond

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Stock & Bond - Mining Start Price:50.00 USD Estimated At:100.00 - 200.00 USD
Moshannon Coal Company Bond
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30.00USDto h***f+ (7.50) buyer's premium. + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2018 Oct 20 @ 15:51UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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Possibly unique? This 6% bond was issued in 1866. One of the ten coupons has been roughly removed. Compared to other bonds we sell this is very plain. 15 x 13". Rips at edges. Reverse has the same bond in poor condition. The Moshannon Branch Railroad was commenced in 1864, and completed as far as Moshannon in 1866, with a branch up Coal Run to the old Decatur mine. In June, 1866, a mine on the lands of the Moshannon Coal Company, on the south side of the railroad, was opened by the land owners, the Moshannon Coal Company on the tract formerly known as the John Anderson, and called "Moshannon," J. H. H. Walters, superintendent. This mine ran until about 1880, when it was abandoned by its owners, a new one having been opened immediately opposite in 1876, and called "New Moshannon," and which is still in operation, though now leased to the Clearfield Consolidated Coal Company. Both of these mines were very successful ventures, and first brought to general notice the Clearfield coals." [Aldrich History Project online] Prag Collection City: Clearfield County State: Pennsylvania Date: 1866 HWAC# 81674