1896 VICTOR GOLD MINING COMPANY - 5 Shares
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1912 THE SPEARMINT GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Arizona - What a great name for a gold mine!  This operation was located somewhere in Colorado.  Office at Denver, Colorado. Signed by A. L. Arnold as president. Printed by THE W.H. KISTLER STAT'Y CO., DENVER.
Price - $72.00
1912 THE SPEARMINT GOLD MINING COMPANY

1901 THE GRAFTON CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY
1904 BANK OF OURAY - LARGE-SIZED BANK DRAFT
189_ THE BEAVERDALE PLACER MINING COMPANY
188_ THE DENVER CIRCLE REAL ESTATE COMPANY
1902 THE CANTERBURY MINING COMPANY
189_ THE BUFFALO & CRIPPLE CREEK GOLD MINING COMPANY
1882 TROPHY MINING COMPANY

1906 THE PITTSBURG CONSOLIDATED MINING, MILLING AND TUNNEL COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Colorado - I found a July 1902 edition of the Pittsburg Press (newspaper) that included a promotional ad for the company. The following is an excerpt: An organization composed of Pittsburg bankers, manufacturers and businessmen, owning one of the finest mining propositions in all Colorado. The company's property consists of 25 lode claims. About 125 acres of rich mineral lands situated near Idaho Springs, Colorado right in the center of the Colorado Gold Belt. The Pittsburg Transportation Tunnel is now into Bellevue Mountain. The company has good water rights on Fall River, which runs through the property. Office at Pittsburg, Pennsylvannia.   Price - $85.00 

1906 THE PITTSBURG CONSOLIDATED MINING, MILLING AND TUNNEL COMPANY - Idaho Springs, Colorado
1917 WHITE CROSS COPPER COMPANY - Incorporated in October of 1916 Under the Laws of the State of Delaware - The White Cross mined gold, silver, copper and zinc. Property located in Hinsdale County, Colorado. Signed by H. P. Sturgis as secretary and Thos. H. Eaton as vice president. The certificate was printed by the Franklin Lee Division - American Bank Note Co. New York. 100 shares issued to Waters & Birdsall.   Price - $72.00

1917 WHITE CROSS COPPER COMPANY - Hinsdale County, Colorado

1899 THE DANTE GOLD MINING COMPANY - Cripple Creek, Colorado
1896 THE PRUDENTIAL GOLD MINING COMPANY Of Cripple Creek, Colorado. Principal Office, Denver, Colorado  (printed at center). Very ornate a scarce certificate. Signed by G. M. Boss as secretary and E. L. Beckwith as president. Printed by The Denver Lith Co. Larger than average.   Price - $425    
1901 THE EMMA AIMEE GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1895) Under the Laws of the State of Colorado - CRIPPLE CREEK MINING DISTRICT printed in large letters in the background. Certificate issued to S. J. Burris for 5,000 shares (he signed the reverse). Signed by Will J. Mathews as secretary and Clay H. White as president. Owned the Emma Aimee mining claim on Ironclad Hill. Office at Colorado Springs.   Price - $110

1900 THE ARNO GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Colorado - This scarce stock certificate is from the short-lived town of Anaconda, Colorado. Due to profitable mines in the area, it was a bustling community for a while. In 1893, Anaconda had 3 saloons: Good's Place, Mayer & Cook and Page & Allen. Anaconda became incorporated in 1894. A fire that started in a meat market destroyed most of the town in 1904 and Anaconda was never rebuilt. Certificate issued to L. M. Hall for 1,000 shares. Signed by John Sharpe as company president. John Sharpe was also one of the directors of the McKinney Extension Gold Mining Company. Authentic ghost town document!   Price - $220


1901 THE EMMA AIMEE GOLD MINING COMPANY - Cripple Creek Mining District, Colorado


1881 THE WESTERN UNION PLACER COMPANY - Office at Denver, Colorado
1881 THE WESTERN UNION PLACER COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Colorado - ***Rare certificate. Early stock #10. I am only aware of one other example from this company, which was stock #11. Shiny gold/copper colored corporate seal. Issued to the company president, E. H. Rankin  for 1,000 shares valued at $10 each. J. C. Davidson, secretary. Placer gold mining operation. Office at Denver, Colorado.   Price - $325 



1900 THE ARNO GOLD MINING COMPANY - Anaconda, Colorado

1881 BUCKEYE MINING COMPANY of COLORADO - Eagle County

1896 THE PRUDENTIAL GOLD MINING COMPANY - Cripple Creek, Colorado

1901 THE LITTLE MAN GOLD MINING COMPANY -  Incorporated (in 1901) Under the Laws of the State of West Virginia - This was a Cripple Creek, Colorado gold mine. Issued to Rittenhouse & Brown for 1,000 shares valued at one cent each. Office at Colorado Springs.               Price - $85.00

1901 THE LITTLE MAN GOLD MINING COMPANY - Cripple Creek, Colorado
1884 THE SILVER RIDGE MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Colorado - Certificate #40. Issued to Ellis A. Hallett for 25 shares worth $10 each. The comany seal is clearly punched in to the lower-left corner. Signed by Geo. B. Buckman as secretary and J. L. Marstin as president. Office at Colorado Springs, Colorado.   Price - $95.00
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1904 THE CONSOLIDATED NEVADA MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1901) Under the Laws of the State of Wyoming - This was a tough company to research. The office was at Colorado Springs, Colorado and the certificate was printed by the Gowdy-Simmons Co. of Colorado Springs. After putting the clues together, I came to the conclusion that it is from Cripple Creek. Signed by J. K. Miller as president. J. K. Miller was a well-known gold baron of Cripple Creek, Colorado. I did confirm the signature.   SOLD
1904 THE CONSOLIDATED NEVADA MINING COMPANY
1896 VICTOR GOLD MINING COMPANY - 10 Share
1895 REBECCA GOLD MINING COMPANY - Cripple Creek, Colorado
1899 THE CARBONATE HILL GOLD MINING & MILLING COMPANY
189_ THE CARBON GOLD PRECIPITANT COMPANY
1896 THE ACACIA GOLD MINING COMPANY
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1901 THE GRAFTON CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY - Leadville, Colorado - This company had property in Poverty Gulch - Lake County.
Price - $120

1904 BANK OF OURAY - LARGE-SIZED BANK DRAFT - Colorado - Very detailed Chief Ouray vignette.
Price - $39.00
189_ THE BEAVERDALE PLACER MINING COMPANY - Colorado (unissued 1890s)      Price - $42.00
188_ THE DENVER CIRCLE REAL ESTATE COMPANY - Colorado (1880s)
Price - $55.00
1902 THE CANTERBURY MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1900) Under the Laws of Wyoming - MINES LOCATED AT LEADVILLE, COLORADO. Unique vignette shows the "Canterbury Cathedral, England". Issued for 5,000 shares valued at 10 cents each. Affixed to the reverse are (6) documentary stamps - series of 1898. This was a silver mining operation. The company owned 60 acres of land on Canterbury Hill, located 1.5 miles north of Leadville. Attractive red seal.   Price - $150
189_ THE BUFFALO & CRIPPLE CREEK GOLD MINING COMPANY - Colorado - This is an application for stock in the company. Owned the Winner Lode Claim containing 7 acres and the Winner Tunnel site.
Price - $29.00

1896 THE ACACIA GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (1895) in Colorado - BURNS & MORNING STAR MINES AT CRIPPLE CREEK printed below title. Issued to William A. Otis & Co. for 6,500 shares. Mr. Otis was a prominent Colorado Springs businessman and investor involved with many early Cripple Creek mines. Owned 20 acres on Bull Hill. Printed by the Western Litho. Co. Denver.   Price - $62.00
1882 TROPHY MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of New York - I found two different sources that placed this mine at Leadville, Colorado. This stock certificate was issued to company president, Herbert R. Smith.
Price - $95.00
1895 THE REBECCA GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED - Cripple Creek, Colorado - 25 share certificate with payment coupons attached to bottom. The left side is printed in English and the right in French. Reverse printed in bright-red ink. Main office was in Denver, Colorado. Owned the Rebecca and C.O.D. Mining Claims located in Poverty Gulch.   Price - $69.00         
Early 1900s THE PORTLAND GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Wyoming - This was one of the richest mines in the Cripple Creek, Colorado mining district! Teller County. The company was originally incorporated in 1894 in Iowa but reorganized in 1905 in Wyoming (this is one of the latter certificates). The ore consisted of gold in quartz veins.  It is reported that there was gold at every level of the mine.  The Portland had two mills to process the ore at Victor, Colorado. Office at Colorado Springs. Unissued.   Price - $55.00      

1895 THE VICTOR GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED - Cripple Creek, Colorado - Offices at Denver. 10 share certificate to bearer. The left side is printed in English and the right in French. Some payment coupons are still attached to the bottom. This company owned the Victor, Little Joe, Panther, and Victor #2 claims - all situated on Bull Hill.   Price - $75.00  

 

1899 THE CARBONATE HILL GOLD MINING & MILLING COMPANY - Incorporated Dec. 3rd, 1895 in Colorado. This was a Cripple Creek operation. Owned the New Year and Hustler Lodes on Copper Mountain. There was a shaft house on the Hustler Lode. Main office at Colorado Springs.   Price - $66.00                                                                       
189_ THE CARBON GOLD PRECIPITANT COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Colorado - Offices at Colorado Springs. Unissued, but if you hold it up to the light, the watermark reads 1892.   Price - $39.00


1884 THE SILVER RIDGE MINING COMPANY - Colorado Springs, Colorado


1895 THE ROCHESTER CONSOLIDATED MINING AND MILLING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Colorado - Impressive over-sized certificate with metallic shiny-gold corporate seal. Issued to Edward Gridley for 30 shares. The date line says Rochester, New York. I couldn't find much information about the company but one reference said there was also an office at Ouray, Colorado. Signed by M. W. Sprague as president.   Price - $169



1895 THE ROCHESTER CONSOLIDATED MINING AND MILLING COMPANY - Colorado
1899 THE DANTE GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1895) Under the Laws of the State of Colorado - Cripple Creek Mining District. The following is an excerpt I found about the company: The Dante Mine together with the Whisper block of the Gold Sovereign Mine is situated near the High Line track on the southwestern slope of Bull Hill at an elevation of about 10,350 feet. The Jackson Shaft of the Gold  Sovereign Mine is located about 700 feet southwest of the Dante Shaft. The Dante GMC owning the Dante Claim is controlled by the Reed Investment Company of Colorado Springs. Signed by L. L. Aitken as president and O. H. Shoup as secretary.   SOLD      

1895 VICTOR GOLD MINING COMPANY - Cripple Creek, Colorado

Early 1900s THE PORTLAND GOLD MINING COMPANY - Cripple Creek, Colorado
1881 BUCKEYE MINING COMPANY of COLORADO - Mine located north of Tennessee Pass on Buckeye Hill, about half a mile from Taylor. Owned the Henry Dawson, Iron Queen and Golden King mining claims in Eagle County, Colorado. This lode mine had quartz veins that contained mainly silver but also a small amount of free milling gold. I recognized the presidents' signature right away - M. M. Pomeroy. I would recommend typing his name into Google for a full history. This is the first certificate from the Buckeye MC I have seen.   Price - $250