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Phoenix Gold and Silver Mining Company (110854)

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Stock & Bond - Mining Start Price:200.00 USD Estimated At:400.00 - 800.00 USD
Phoenix Gold and Silver Mining Company   (110854)
SOLD
200.00USDto 2*****l+ (50.00) buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2020 Feb 17 @ 14:51UTC-8 : PST
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1863. Territorial. Incorporated November, 1863. Datelined Virginia, N.T. Location: Summit Mining District, Lander County, N.T. Certificate #38.I/U, ten shares to James A. Chinnel (?) on December 18, 1863. Signed by Sawyer (president) . Vignette of steam train on tracks at top. Vignette of three women on the right. Printed by Enterprise Book and Job Printing House, C St. Contemporary purple stamp with "Remington Collection" on right side; reverse has purple stamp "Deaccessioned by Nevada Historical Society" and hand-written date, 8/19/87. A Daily Alta California article from Oct. 13, 1863 noted that a fifty-cent per share assessment was levied and that Wm. A. Smith served as superintendent in Austin, N.T. George Sawyer was the owner of the American Exchange billiard parlor in San Francisco. The Summit District was located on the eastern slope of Bunker Hill, next to Smokey Valley on the southern boundary of the county. Bright certificate.

Provenance:
Country (if not USA):
State: Nevada
City/County: Lander County, Austin
Date: 1863