Colorado Mining Stocks with Native American Themes (104250)

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Colorado Mining Stocks with Native American Themes   (104250)
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Lot of 4 different. 1) The Navajo Cons. Mining Company. Cripple Creek Mining District (printed under title). No. 117, issued for 1,000 shares to FA Morath on Feb. 23, 1902. Signed by vice president ED Marr and secretary RE Avery. Not cancelled. Red border, print, and seal on yellow paper with Native American vignette. Deep folds. Pueblo Litho & Printing. 6.75 x 11" 2) The Gilpin-Mohawk Gold Mining Company. Gilpin County. No. 574, issued for 1,000 shares to Chas. A. Miller on Aug. 2nd, 1912. Signed by president W. Shubert and secretary Knox. Not cancelled. Black border and print, gold seal, Native American vignette. 8.25 x 10.75" Pinholes, folds. 3) The Indiuta Mining & Power Company. A Golfdield, NV company that was a branch of the Florence MC. No. 20, issued for 1,000 shares to CW Morgan on Aug. 21st, 1905. Signed by president James Birch and the secretary. Not cancelled. Orange border and seal, black print, company logo in orange at the top. 8.25 x 10.75" Folds, toning. 4) Red Arrow Mines, Inc. Montezuma County. No. 1572, issued for 5,000 shares to Dr. C.M. Hazard on July 12th, 1935. Not cancelled. Orange border, black print, logo with red arrow piercing through, eagle vignette. 8.5 x 10.75" Printed by Goes. Ken Prag Collection

Date: 1902-1935
State/Country: Colorado