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Two Cripple Creek Gold Bullion Deposits at the Denver Mint

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Two Cripple Creek Gold Bullion Deposits at the Denver Mint
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1) No. 1864. Deposited by Frank M. Downer, Supt. a/c A. L. Arnold, P.O. 399, Cripple Creek. After melting, the deposit was 53.77 ounces, .9975 fineness, valued at $1,107.50. Signed by R.C. Webster, warrant clerk for the Superintendent. Downer was previously Assayer in Charge before becoming the Mint Superintendent. A.L. Arnold is listed as secretary for the Marinette Mining Co. in 1898. 2) 1913 deposit by the Isabella Mines Co. 36.81 ounces melted to 20 ounces, .578 fineness, valued at $240.15. Signed by G.R. Whitney for the Superintendent. Both forms have folds and other light wear. (Al Adams Gold Rush Memorabilia Collection) Date: 1906 & 1913 Location: Denver, Colorado HWAC# 57652