The Colorado Mines Consolidated Co. Stock Certificate, Suckerville, CO 1902

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The Colorado Mines Consolidated Co. Stock Certificate, Suckerville, CO 1902
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Inc. in Colorado. No. 520, issued for 125 shares on Feb. 25, 1902. Signed by C.T. Rickey, president, and H.C Shimp, the company secretary. Not cancelled. Printed on blue paper with an allegorical vignette. Printed by The Gowdy Simmons Co., Colorado Springs. 6.25 x 10" Folds, pinhole. According to the Mining American Vo. 49 (1904), the company operated the Last Chance mine, five claims at Suckerville, one mile from Whitehorn. The superintendent was Lyman Covey. They reached 165 foot depth and encountered lead sulphide ore at a depth of 100 ft. Some high-grade ore has been found which was 40% lead, 25 ounces silver, and $10 gold. (Al Adams Gold Rush Memorabilia Collection) Date: Location: Freemont County, Colorado HWAC# 59019