Luxor Gold Mining Company Stocks and Mining Deeds

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Luxor Gold Mining Company Stocks and Mining Deeds
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The Luxor Gold Mining Company was located in the Eureka District in the state of Washington. It was incorporated in New Jersey. New Jersey records mention the Luxor in 1911, 1912, 1914, 1915, and 1916 that we could easily find. (Eureka Gulch is a gorgeous route that climbs up to the location of one of the most disastrous mining accidents to ever happen in the mining industry; the collapse and total drainage of Lake Emma. The Sunnyside Mine had tunneled directly under Lake Emma, 70 feet above to reach a rich gold vein located there. On Sunday June 4, 1978, on the only day of the week that the mine was completely shut down, the lake burst through into the empty mine shafts. This incident completely drained Lake Emma and left the empty basin that still can be seen.)

Six mining deeds all revolving around Martha Adele Mallory. Also two mining stocks. Stocks are for the British American Feldspar Limited: Numbers 2 and 7. These deeds are for the Luxor, Quilp Faction and Alice Fraction. Date of last ore shipment was 1940. One patented claim. Developments consisted of one 400-foot shaft with several drifts and stopes. A winze was sunk from the 400-foot to 500-foot level. The claim was originally located as the San Poil. Total reported production value was: $720,938 to the end of 1920. Reported production was 22,402 tons in 1937; 9,828 tons in 1938; and no total in 1939-1940 (Huntting 1956).

One complete book of stock certificates: numbers 101 to 200. Vignette of two allegorical women, liberty and prosperity, holding a shield. Excellent condition. Unused. (Al Adams Gold Rush Memorabilia Collection) Date: c1910 Location: Eureka Gilch, Washington HWAC# 57435