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Consolidated Republican Mountain Mining Co. - Stock Certificate

Inv# MS1165   Stock
Consolidated Republican Mountain Mining Co. - Stock Certificate
State(s): Colorado
Years: 18-- (1880's or so)
Unissued Stock. Printed by Maverick & Wissinger. n 1874, Brown, the Lebanon Mining Company investors and other investors in New York City organized the Consolidated Republican Mountain Mining Company. It was later known as the Republican Mountain Mining Company. The company purchased lodes and mines from the Lebanon Mining Company as well as other properties in Clear Creek County. In all, the company had twelve claims in the Griffith Mining District, four of which were patented in 1880. The two main lodes, the Edward Everett and South American Lodes, produced galena, copper and zinc. By 1879, more than $800,000 of ore had been taken out of the mines.

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Price: $115.00