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Rush Valley Mining & Smelting Co. Stock Certificate (107215)

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Rush Valley Mining & Smelting Co. Stock Certificate   (107215)
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Location, Tooele County, Utah Ter. (printed under title). Inc. 1880 in New Jersey. No. 118, issued for 25 shares to Albert Merrill on April 6th, 1880 in Jersey City. Signed by president William Reed and treasurer French. Not cancelled. Black border and print, ornate logo and beehive vignette. Printed by Forbes Co., Boston. Folds, bent corner, some toning. 5.5 x 9" According to Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine of Utah, Vol 1, an earlier company, the Rush Valley Smelting Company, formed in the 1860s at Stockton, Utah and was organized by military officers at Camp Douglas (1880, pg. 180). Burchard (1882) reports that the Rush Valley Mining & Smelting Co. owns the Quandary Mine, adjacent to the Great Basin, with a shaft sunk 200 ft. (pg. 243). Ken Prag Collection

Date: 1880
State/Country: Utah
City/County: Tooele County