Bullion & Exchange Bank Archive (Carson City, Nevada) (60133)

Currency:USD Category:Western Americana Start Price:70.00 USD Estimated At:140.00 - 200.00 USD
Bullion & Exchange Bank Archive (Carson City, Nevada)  (60133)
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Lot of 7. 1) Six Ormsby County banking licenses issued to the Bullion & Exchange Bank 1889-1898. Five are for one month and the last is for 3 months. Signed by the County Treasurer, Auditor, Sheriff, and Deputy Sheriff. Each is approx. 5.5 x 8" 2) 1901 property tax assessment document for the Bullion & Exchange Bank. The Bullion & Exchange was originally the Carson City Savings Bank, which was incorporated in 1875. It became the Bullion & Exchange (B&E) in 1882. It was restructured into the State Bank and Trust Company in 1903, failing by 1907. It served the Carson and Comstock by providing financial services and brokering the sales of mining stocks. It also acted as a clearing house for other banks in Nevada for bullion, coin, scrip, drafts, checks, bills of exchange and other valuables, with branches in Hawthorne, Tonopah, Goldfield and Manhattan, Nevada. The B & E had an office inside the Carson City mint with the bank controlling the refinery operations after 1893. State: Nevada City: Carson City Date: