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1926 MOTHER LODE COALITION MINES COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1918) Under the Laws of the State of Delaware - This was an Alaska copper / silver mine located in the Copper River Basin. The ore was processed at the Kennecott Mill. To the best of my knowledge, this company was controlled by the Kennecott Mine.
Price - $30.00
CHITINA KUSKULANA COPPER COMPANY OF ALASKA - Incorporated (in 1916)
Under the Laws of Washington - Owned 21 claims, 5 of which were mill
sites, on Bigfoot Creek, between Berg and Trail creeks, on the
southeast side of the Kuskulana River, about 13 miles from Strelna, Alaska. Copper River District.
In my research I found that Chitina was an Alaskan town - I'm not sure
if it still exists today. Company office at Seattle, Washington. George
Washington vignette. Price - $160
1918 KNIGHT'S ISLAND ALASKA COPPER COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1907) Under the Laws of Washington - Copper mine located on Knight Island in Prince William Sound. Owned 17 claims on Dryer Bay. Signed by James J. Godfrey as company secretary. Corporate office at Seattle, Washington - Mine office at Valdez, Alaska.
Price - $95.00
ALASKA STOCK CERTIFICATES
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ALASKA OIL AND MINES EXPLORATION COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1903) Under
the Laws of the Territory of Arizona - Certificates from Alaska are
just so tough to find! Issued to Laura E. Cook
for 667 shares. "SERIES A" - PREFERRED. Bright, shiny-gold corporate
seal. The engraving is like a little window to the past, showing an
early Alaskan oil pumping operation. Price - $175
STEWART RIVER GOLD DREDGING COMPANY, LTD. - Incorporated Under the Laws of Arizona - Issued to Herbert L. Foster and signed by B. B. Ralph as vice president. The Stewart River flows
west through the Klondike where it terminates into the Yukon River. Price - $220
THE CONSOLIDATED ALASKAN COMPANY - The Consolidated Alaskan owned
gold-bearing placer and quartz mines in the vicinity of Nome, Alaska. Issued to Bryant Bartlett. Signed by J. P. Radcliff as president. Price - $45.00 SOLD
ALASKA MEXICAN GOLD MINING COMPANY - The Alaska Mexican gold mine was
on Douglas Island, and eventually became part of the Alaska Juneau GMC.
Price - $175 SOLD
POST CARD - This is a used postcard sent from Seattle, Washington to
Los Angeles, California on July 23rd, 1914. Early green 1 cent
U.S. postage stamp affixed (on reverse). Shows "An Alaska Cleanup" - Gold bullion bars valued at $1,200,000.
Imagine what the value would be today!!! Stacked on top of the ingots
is $1,000 in gold coin. Buckets of gold ore are shown in the forground.
Actual size: 5 & 1/2 x 3 & 1/2 inches.
Price - $36.00 SOLD
ALASKA PETROLEUM COMPANY - Incorporated (July 15th, 1897) Under the
Laws of the State of Washington - I don't know if this was the first
oil drilling operation in Alaska but it must have been one of the
first! Issued to Everett Smith.
Office at Seattle, Washington. Sources tell me the company drilled the
first well at Oil Bay in 1898. It should noted that this was during the
Klondike / Alaska gold rush. Price - $195 SOLD
~ Old Stock Certificates Make Great Gifts.... and Always look Nice Framed in the Home or Office ~
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ALASKA DREDGING AND POWER COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the
State of New York - Unissued but signed by the company president and
treasurer. It was quite common for the officers to sign a number of
certificates in advance. I enlarged this document and confirmed that
the signatures were written with an old fountain pen. (Early 1900s)
Price - $49.00