The Gold Creek, Nevada Townsite Co. Stock Certificates #107318

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The Gold Creek, Nevada Townsite Co. Stock Certificates  #107318
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Lot of 3. Inc. in Colorado. Located in Gold Creek, Elko County, Nevada. 1) One is Gold Creek, Nevada Townsite Company. No. 816, issued for 10 shares to LC Hopkins on Feb 26th, 1898. Signed by the president, Franklin Hopkins, and the secretary, Francis Dickson. Not cancelled. Vignette of surveyors overlooking a mining camp. Printed by ABN. Folds, very fine. 2) The other two are for the Gold Creek, Nevada Consolidated Lodes Company. No. 473 (50,000 shares) and No. 98 (2,500 shares), both issued in 1897. Green border and print, underground mining vignette. ABN. Different corporate signatures on each. Not cancelled. Folds, pinholes. Gold Creek was the name of an area close to Bruno City that was the center of a number placer mining operations. In 1869, the first discoveries were made at a site called Island Mountain. This certificate dates to the second mining boom of 1896/97 for Gold Creek. Two newspapers, the Gold Creek News and Mountain City News, sprung up and promoted the community. The Gold Creek Townsite Co. was formed in Denver. The town experienced a surge of activity that lasted until 1900. It is now a ghost town with little left but a sidewalk. [Ref: In Pursuit of Gold, Chung] State: Nevada City: Gold Creek Date: 1897-1898