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Two Cross Creek, Colorado Mining Stock Certificates (104248)

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Two Cross Creek, Colorado Mining Stock Certificates   (104248)
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Lot of two different. Cross Creek is located at Mount of the Holy Cross in Eagle County, Colorado. 1) The Cross Creek Mining Company. Inc. in CO. No. 14, issued for 52,500 shares to Malcolm Lindlam on Jan. 2nd, 1912. Signed by the president and secretary Charles Craven. Not cancelled. Brown border, black print, and photo vignette of Mount of the Holy Cross. Printed by New York Bank Note Co. 8 x 11.25" Pinholes, folds, creases. An 1887 article (in E&MJ Vol. 43-44) states that the company operates the Treasure Vault Mine in Eagle County, and they have received machinery to build a stamp mill. 2) The Cross-Creek Hydraulic Company. Inc. in CO. No. 11, issued for 417 shares also to Lindlam on March 15th, 1909. Signed by president Charles Craven and secretary Chester Kirman. Not cancelled. Maroon border and background, black print, and underground mining vignette. New York Bank Note Co. Folds, pinholes, toning. 8.25 x 11.25" According to the US Investor, Vol. 23, the company had an office at Red Cliffe but was not operating. Ken Prag Collection

Date: 1909 & 1912
State/Country: Colorado
City/County: Eagle County