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Glen Alden Coal - Stock Certificate

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Glen Alden Coal - Stock Certificate
State(s): Pennsylvania
Years: 1920's-30's
Color: Br
Coal Mining Stock. Great vignette of two coal miners at work in the mines. Scarce!!! In the peak of Anthracite mining in Pennsylvania, many of the coal companies branded their coal. One of the most famous branded coals was the Glen Alden Coal Company's "Blue Coal". Often the coal was dyed a color other than black. Loomis Park was part of the Loomis Mine, north of Nanticoke. The last of the Loomis was torn down in the mid-1980's. They had the deepest shaft in the valley, which sat behind Loomis Park where the miners lived. Route 29 now separates this area from the Park. The Loomis Mine was owned by the Glen Alden Coal Company (also called Blue Coal Company). History from Wikipedia and OldCompanyResearch.com.

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Price: $10.00