Leadville Mining and Stock Exchange Stock Signed by Tabor (104761)

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Leadville Mining and Stock Exchange Stock Signed by Tabor   (104761)
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Stock Certificate from the Leadville Mining and Stock Exchange. Incorporated in Colorado. Located at Leadville. Certificate number 58 for 1 share issued in 1881 at Leadville, Colorado to J.F. Tabor, Signed by HAW Tabor and William A Leeds(?). Size 9.25" by 4". Not cancelled. Allegorical vignette. Company seal, Horace Austin Warner Tabor is known as the Bonanza King of Leadville. He was a United States for three months replacing Henry Teller. He was also the second Lt. Governor of Colorado. Incorporated in 1879. Re-incorporated in 1881. This exchange had a short life and was finished in 1882. [Mining Stock Exchanges and Financing the Colorado Mining Industry: 1864 - 1900 by Copeland]

Date: 1881
State/Country: Colorado
City/County: Leadville