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Rubicon No. 4 Consolidated Gold and Silver Mining (108069)

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Stock & Bond - Mining Start Price:190.00 USD Estimated At:375.00 - 1,000.00 USD
Rubicon No. 4 Consolidated Gold and Silver Mining  (108069)
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# 636 for 5 shares to David Bowenmaur. Signed by J. P. Van Hagan and president James B. Johnson. Dateline San Francisco February 26th, 1864. Incorporated October 5, 1863. Rubicon # 3, we sold #2 as well. 25c Power of Att'y revenue stamp. Not cancelled. Mill vignette. Sterett printer. Location of Mines: Keyes Mining District. The Keyes district was centered mostly around Keyesville, the first settlement in what would eventually become Kern county. The gold helped the area flourish, but when the gold boom ended, the town died off. On January 7, 1864 a petition was filed with the California Senate to make Rubicon City the county seat of Mono County. Rubicon Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 were all incorporated on the same day with the same trustees: Daniel H Mitchell, Joseph Lelong, Wheeler Martin, Thomas Porter, and J.W. Spencer. Some wrinkling and bottom border nicks otherwise in fine condition.

Provenance:
Country (if not USA):
State: California
City/County: Mono County, Keyes District
Date: 1876