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Durango Silver Mines Stock Certificate, San Dimas, Durango, 1865

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Durango Silver Mines Stock Certificate, San Dimas, Durango, 1865
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Inc. in New York. No. 155, issued for 100 shares in New York on Sept. 20th, 1865. Signed by President VanAukin and secretary Garrison. Not cancelled. Printed by Hatch & Co., NY. 25 cent adhesive revenue stamps with tied cancels attached top right and bottom center. Light toning. Very fine. 8 x 9" According to an 1894 report, the company owned the Bolanos Mine of San Dimas, the Cinco Sonores and Veneranda Mines in the same district. They first leased the Candaleria Mine and then owned it (the company became Candaleria and Durango Mining Company). In 1865, Joseph G. Rice was superintendent. State: Mexico City: Durango Al Adams Collection. HWAC# 58470