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new Angelica Mining and Development Co. - 1915-1921 dated Montana Mining Stock Certificate

Inv# MS3513   Stock
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State(s): Montana
Years: 1915 or 1921
Color: Green and Black

Stock with 3 mining vignettes. Charles E. d'Autremont, Jr. (June 2, 1855 – July 25, 1919) was a mayor of Duluth, Minnesota. He was an attorney by profession, active in the Democratic Party, and pursued the exploitation of copper and iron mineral resources.

In 1892, d'Autremont surveyed the historic Mesaba range for iron ore. He and James Sheridan staked claims that became the great Sheridan, d'Autremont and Foster mines. In 1900, d'Autremont moved into copper ore exploitation. He organized, in part, the Lake Superior and Western Development Company, later the subject of a takeover by the Arizona and Calumet Mining Company. Having focused on the copper and iron mining industries, he was eventually president of the Angelica Mining Company, of Wicks, Montana, and a director of the Calumet and Arizona Mining Company. At their peak, his mining interests stretched from British Columbia through the United States and into the Republic of Mexico. Read more at

Condition: Excellent

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Price: $34.50