American & Mexican Silver Mining Company Bond--Number 1 (107789)

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American & Mexican Silver Mining Company Bond--Number 1  (107789)
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Bond number ONE, issued for $500 in 1863 in New York. Signed by president Lyman Gilbert and treasurer William Hickock. Not cancelled. Four coupons attached. Ornate border, black and red print and three vignettes: portrait of George Washington (left), mining scene (top center), and small mining scene (bottom center). Printed by Francis Hart & Co., NY. 25 cent adhesive stamp attached at bottom center. Folds with tape repairs. 15 x 13.5" This company held the Setentrion Mines in Chihuahua. It was originally incorporated as the American & Mexican Mining Company. This company was also active in the Arivaca area of Arizona.

Country (if not USA): Mexico
City/County: Chihuahua
Date: 1863