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1917 THE WYOMING BLACKFOOT OIL COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of Colorado - Issued to D. W. Lewis for 250 shares worth one cent each. The company drilled oil wells in a place called Big Muddy Field in Kansas, near the Big Trapshooter well. Signed by H. E. Erwin as president and A. J. Doud,
secretary. Office at Denver, Colorado. Two unique vignettes show a
Native American woman at left and workers building a road through a
forest at top. Price - $85.00
1927 GOLDENROD OIL COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of Delaware - The bottom of the corporate seal reads DALLAS, TEXAS
- the actual oil wells were likely near there. The graphics on this
scarce stock certificate are amazing! Notice the bright yellow
Goldenrod plant shown beneath the title. Oil wells above. Issued to A. H. Sasse Company for 20 shares worth $5 each. Price - $150
THE RIGGS NATIONAL BANK of WASHINGTON, D. C. - Set of (2) checks.
Relatively large picture on the left side apparently shows what the
bank looked like in the early days. Price for both - $29.00
THE WATT MINING CAR WHEEL COMPANY - Letterhead - Barnesville, Ohio.
Watt's Pat. Self Oiling Mine Car Wheel. Mining Cars of any Gauge,
Size or Capacity, Either With or Without Wood. J. H. Watt, president, R. R. Watt secretary & treasurer, S. Watt superintendent. This letter is in regard to having a model made of a recently approved patent. Price - $50.00
THE FRITZ HONEYCUTT GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws
of the State of Colorado - Stock certificate issued to L. B. Paul
for 2,000 shares at Cabarrus County, North Carolina. Company title
printed in shiny-gold ink. Mine located near the town of Gold Hill, North Carolina in Rowan County. Signed by E. L. Woods as secretary and Fred Betts as company president. Had offices in North Carolina and Pueblo, Colorado. SOLD
STOCK CERTIFICATES FROM OTHER STATES - Page 2
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1878 THE BERTHA & EDITH GOLD MINING COMPANY - Goochland County, Virginia
- Located 3.25 miles northeast of Columbia on the east side of Byrd
Creek. Prior to the Civil War, placer deposits were worked along the
Maple and Camp tributaries of Byrd Creek. The Bertha & Edith GMC
began development work on the property in 1877, opening the Oak Hill
and Maple Branch Quartz veins. A 20-stamp mill was used to crush
ore. Signed by E. B. Grant as president. Price
1900 THE BLAINE ELECTRIC MINING & WATER POWER COMPANY - Atlantic, Iowa -
Large, unique vignette shows a peaceful mountain lake. The vertical
line on the left side is not a tear... just a fold. Extremely rare
certificate! - Only example I have ever seen. Price - $275
THE GIBBS & BALL PLOW COMPANY - Canton, Ohio - Contains a detailed
drawing of the actual plow that was produced, printed in bright pink.
Unissued (Late 1800s)
Price - $46.00
1910 SAN BARTOLO MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1909) Under the Laws of Arizona - Stock certificate issued to E. Frank Vail
for 500 shares valued at $1 each. Corporate seal punched clearly into
lower-left. Uncommon stock design. Although incorporated in Arizona,
this mining operation was located in Mexico.
Reverse is also quite ornate with two mining vignettes. Larger than
average certificate - the right border did not fit entirely on my
scanner but it is complete. Price - $79.00
1914 LACKAWANNA COAL & LUMBER COMPANY - West Virginia. Price - $69.00
18__ THE SUTHERIN MINING COMPANY - Negley, Ohio - My sources tell me that this coal mine was started by James Sutherin,
who operated the Beaver Block Mine near Cannelton, Pennsylvania, just
across the river from Negley, Ohio. Unissued (Late 1800s). Price - $35.00
1898 SPRINGFIELD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1893) Under the Laws of the State of Maine - Issued to Adolphus Rodd for 50 shares worth $5 each. Signed by the company president and treasurer, W. A. Castle.
Price - $62.00
1914 INTERNATIONAL MINES DEVELOPMENT COMPANY - Delaware. Price - $42.00
THE BORINE MANUFACTURING COMPANY OF NEW YORK - Round vignette shows two
beehives surrounded by flowers & trees. Issued to Dr. Geo. P. Willis for 10 shares valued at $10 each. This is the first borine
stock I have seen.
Price - $58.00
1917 HARROUN MOTORS CORPORATION - Incorporated (in 1916) Under the Laws of Delaware - This company was started by Ray Harroun, winner of the very first Indy 500 in 1911! Harroun Motors produced only about 2,500 cars in its short history. Issued to Lewis J. Harris for 20 shares worth $10 each. Signed by John Guy Monihan as president and Lewis Hopkins Rogers as secretary. In my research, I found that Ray Harroun
was listed as the vice president, so the certificate does not include
his signature. Printed by the Columbian Bank Note Co. of Chicago.
I found an old announcement online (right) that shows what the actual car looked like. In my opinion it was quite classy.
Scarce certificate. Price - $550
188_ THE HARVEY ELLIOTT MINING COMPANY - Mines in Hancock County, Maine - Unissued (1880s)
Price - $52.00
1901 SWAN LAKE OIL COMPANY - Bluefield, West Virginia - Four colorful revenue stamps are affixed to the reverse.
1923 IVORY OIL & GAS COMPANY - Delaware
Price - $52.00
THE FOUNTAIN OIL COMPANY - Illinois - Vignette shows a panoramic view
of an early oil field with many wells and storage tanks. This
certificate has a few small tears around the border. Price - $35.00
1918 THE TRAPSHOOTER TRIANGLE OIL COMPANY - Arkansas City, Kansas
(Incorporated in 1918 in Arizona) - Stock certificates with great
company names like this one are always popular with collectors. Bright
red corporate seal. Shares were 50 cents each. Comes with the original
letter included with the stock at time of purchase. Price - $46.00
1882 LAS NUEVE MINAS DE SANTA MARIA GOLD & SILVER MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of New York - Location of Mines, State of Sonora, Republic of Mexico - This was a Mexican mine that was apparently funded from the U.S. Very attractive 100 share certificate printed by the American Bank Note Company, New York.
The picture shows an Indian warrior with bow & arrows.
Snow-capped mountains and a city can be seen in the background. SOLD