1905 HONERINE MINING AND MILLING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of Utah - Shares valued at $5 each. Shiny-silver corporate seal (which is much less common). Location of Mines, Stockton, Utah. Tooele County. Stock certificate issued to Chas. Read. Ore contained mainly silver and lead, with smaller amounts of copper and gold. Signed by assistant secretary, Chas. O. Ellingwood. Secretary C. M. Dupont signed the reverse.    Price - $60.00

1905 HONERINE MINING AND MILLING COMPANY - Stockton, Utah - Tooele County
1922 POLICY MINING AND MILLING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of Utah - Stock certificate issued to Geo. R. Steele for 10,000 shares valued at one cent each. Gold-colored corporate seal clearly punched into lower-left corner. Signed by Jessie B. Russell as company secretary. Printed by the American Printery, Salt Lake City.   Price - $39.00

1922 POLICY MINING AND MILLING COMPANY - Utah
1872 THE SILVER DREAM MINING COMPANY - Organized Under the Laws of the State of New York - Issued for the Purchase of Mining Property - LITTLE COTTONWOOD CANYON, UTAH (printed in bottom border). Stock certificate #26, issued to Isaac W. French for 50 shares. Utah is also stamped into the bright-red corporate seal. Spectacular, detailed vignette.  UTAH TERRITORY

The Big and Little Cottonwood Mining Districts are in the Wasatch Mountain Range southeast of Salt Lake City. The Little Cottonwood District occupies the entire Little Cottonwood Creek drainage. The first ore in the area may have been discovered by Brigadier General Patrick Connor, commanding officer of the 3rd California Infantry. These were rich, oxidized lead/silver ores.
Price - $1,500


1872 THE SILVER DREAM MINING COMPANY - Little Cottonwood Canyon - Utah Territory
1919 EMMA SILVER MINES COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1919) Under the Laws of the State of Utah - Mine office: Alta, Salt Lake County, Utah. Chas. S. Burton, president and Frank B. Cook, secretary. The company was started by George Graham Rice. In 1919, it was apparently purchased by more reputable businessmen. Property included 11 claims in the Little Cottonwood Mining District and the adjoining Vallejo and Joab Lawrence groups.  The Old Emma Mine was a famous early-day producer, having shipped over $6,000,000 worth of  lead-silver ore in the 1860s and 1870s.   SOLD

1919 EMMA SILVER MINES COMPANY - Alta, Utah
1898 GEYSER MARION GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1897) Under the Laws of Utah - Mercur, Camp Floyd Mining District printed beneath title. From what I could gather online, the Geyser cyanide ore processing mill combined with the equipment from the Marion operation to form this company. Office at Salt Lake City, Utah.   SOLD

1898 GEYSER MARION GOLD MINING COMPANY - Mercur, Camp Floyd Mining District, Utah
1880 THE CARRIE STEELE MINING COMPANY - Incorporated April 19th, 1880 Under the Laws of the State of New York - LOCATION LEWISTON, TOOELE COUNTY, UTAH TERRITORY (printed on right side). This silver claim was discovered in 1873 by Leandro Steele. The Carrie Steele was part of the Camp Floyd Mining District - Other mines included the Sparrow Hawk, Star of the West, Silver Circle, Silver Cloud, Mormon Chief and Elkhorn. Most of the silver was in the form of Hornsilver. The mine was about 1/4 mile from the town of Lewiston and at an elevation of 7,000 feet. Printed by Hosford & Sons of NY. Another interesting note: When held up to the light the watermark reads Crane & Co., Dalton, Mass. - This is of course the company that still produces printing paper for the United States Mint.   SOLD

1880 THE CARRIE STEELE MINING COMPANY - Utah Territory
1896 BUFFALO GOLD AND SILVER MINING COMPANY - Utah Territory




1907 THE RED WARRIOR MINING COMPANY - Summit County, Utah
1907 THE RED WARRIOR MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of Utah, March 30th, 1881 - LOCATION OF WORKS, PARK CITY, SUMMIT COUNTY, UTAH TERRITORY (printed at the top) - This certificate was, however, issued 11 years after Utah became a state (in 1896). You can see the corporate seal punched lightly into the left side. Signed by F. O. Hom as secretary and W. E. Smedly as company president. Office at Salt Lake City, Utah.   SOLD
189_ SILVER MOUNTAIN CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of Utah - Attractive 100 share certificate. Office at Salt Lake City, Utah. Picture shows two early miners filling an ore cart in a tunnel. 1890s (unissued)   Price - $60.00

189_ SILVER MOUNTAIN CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY - Salt Lake City, Utah
1896 BUFFALO GOLD AND SILVER MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in September of 1890) Under the Laws of Utah Territory - Mine office at Ogden Utah. Buffalo head printed in green beneath title. This is the only example I have ever seen. Issued to Norman Christianson. The presidents' signature appears to read S. C. Nelson. I haven't found any info about this company yet but I'm still researching.   SOLD
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1942 UTAH DRILLING AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY - Issued to Stanley B. Neff. Signed by Albert P. Kruse as company president.   Price - $25.00

1942 UTAH DRILLING AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY - Utah
 




1901 UNION LIME & STONE COMPANY - Incorporated Under the laws of the State of Utah - Early stock #5. Issued to the company secretary, A. D. Pierson. This operation was in Parleys Canyon near Salt Lake City, Utah. Mined limestone for manufacturing cement.    SOLD


1901 UNION LIME & STONE COMPANY






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1920 THE UTAH IDAHO LIVE STOCK LOAN COMPANY
1917 UTAH WYOMING LIVESTOCK COMPANY
1929 UTAH ELECTRIC RADIO COMPANY
1916 THE INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION
GUARDIAN CASUALTY & GUARANTY COMPANY

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1920 THE UTAH  IDAHO LIVE STOCK LOAN COMPANY - Incorporated in Utah - Issued to L. B. McCornick for 6 shares worth $100 each. This company had livestock operations at Salt Lake City, Utah and near Mackay, Idaho. F. K. Butler secretary and M. K. Parsons president.   Price - $46.00
1917 UTAH WYOMING LIVESTOCK COMPANY - Incorporated in Utah - Stock #4. Issued to L. B. McCornick for 100 shares. Office at Salt Lake City, UT. Signed by John E. Austin as president - this name looks familiar. I believe I have seen this signature on some early mining stocks as well.
Price - $39.00
1929 UTAH ELECTRIC RADIO COMPANY - Incorporated in Utah - Issued to L. B. McCornick for 500 shares. Office at Salt Lake City. Utahs' first radio station (KZN) went on the air in May of 1922. This must have been one of the first companies to produce radios for the listening public. What great western broadcasting history!   Price - $75.00
1916 THE INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION - Incorporated in Utah - Issued to L. B. McCornick for 1 share. Stock #10. Unfortunately, I could find no information about what this company did. Office at Salt Lake City. This certificate has a couple of small tears along the folds.
Price - $25.00

GUARDIAN CASUALTY & GUARANTY COMPANY - VOTING TRUST CERTIFICATE - This was an insurance company located in the McCornick Building in Salt Lake City, Utah. Cert #5, issued to L. B. McCornick for 86 shares. The name F. J. Hagenbarth is in the fine print who also signed the certificate at the bottom as another trustee. Stamp at bottom reads McCornick & Co., Bankers. The company incorporated in May of 1909. My research indicates that W. S. McCornick was president. The fine print includes the dates 1916 & 1919. There is more history here than I can sort out in this small space.   Price - $50.00