1903 THE NANTUCKET GOLD AND SILVER MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in April of 1897) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Bright, shiny-gold corporate seal clearly punched into the lower-left. Issued to Wm. G. Jamison for 1,562 shares worth $1 each. Signed by Judge Norman Buck as company president. Office at Spokane, Washington.   Price - $55.00

1903 NANTUCKET GOLD AND SILVER MININ COMPANY - Spokane, Washington
1905 PACIFIC COAL AND OIL COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1900 and 1903) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Stock certificate issued to L. H. Munter for 100 shares valued at 10 cents each. M. A. Preston, secretary. Operated the Snell mine, located about 2 miles southeast of Wilkeson, Washington in Pierce County. This slope mine produced bituminous coal.  Shiny-gold corporate seal. Comes with the original company envelope.   Price - $39.00

1905 PACIFIC COAL AND OIL COMPANY - Wilkeson, Pierce County, Washington

1897 Chicago Gold Mining Company - Tacoma, Washington
1909 HIBERNIAN GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1903) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Stock certificate issued to Frank Hosier for 1,000 shares. Owned three mining claims in Stevens County, Washington. Pierre Lake District. Ore contained gold and copper. Harry S. Martin, secretary and F. M. Morris company president. Vignette shows 3 early miners filling an ore cart in a tunnel.   Price - $60.00

1909 HIBERNIAN GOLD MINING COMPANY - Stevens County, Washington

1907 MOUNTAIN GULCH MINING AND MILLING COMPANY - Hoodoo Mining District, Washington

1900 LITTLE JEWEL MINING COMPANY - Tacoma Washington



1890s COPPER BELL GOLD MINING COMPANY - Spokane, Washington

1899 REPUBLIC CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINING COMPANY - Ferry County, Washington
NIGHT HAWK Cont. - This certificate has ties to two western ghost towns! Loomis and Nighthawk, Washington are about 12 miles apart. Mine located in Okanogan County on Mt. Ellemeham in the Wannacut Lake Mining District. Also known as the Sinlahekin Valley. Produced primarily copper and gold. Loomis was originally called "Loomiston", after one of the first pioneer merchant settlers, J. A. Loomis. He built the first store.

BLACK BEAR WAR EAGLE GOLD MINES - Washington
1901 NORTH PACIFIC GAS AND OIL COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Picture shows an early steam-powered oil pumping operation (very detailed). Signed by Dr. J.E. Beck as president and V.D. Miller as secretary. Stock# 15. Shares were worth 5 cents each. Office at Spokane, WA.   SOLD
1901 NORTH PACIFIC GAS AND OIL COMPANY - Spokane, Washington



1900 THE KITTANNING COPPER MINING COMPANY - Index, Washington

1896 THE CONSOL GOLD MINING COMPANY - Spokane, Washington


1917 ELIOMACHAN MINES - Spokane, Washington

1897 SURPRISE MILLING AND MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1897) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Issued to L. H. Davis. Bright, shiny-gold corporate seal says Davenport, Washington (also printed on the date line). Davenport is in Lincoln County.  I believe there was a mining district that went by the name of Surprise. Signed by C. H. Neal as president.   Price - $69.00

1896 THE CONSOL GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1896) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Signed by W. A. Ritchie as president. Office at Spokane, Washington. Printed by the Shaw Borden Company of Spokane. Shiny-gold corporate seal.   Price - $55.00


1901 THE NIGHT HAWK MINING COMPANY - Loomis, Washington
1897 CHICAGO GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1897) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - One of the first stock certificates issued by the company - Stock# 8. Issued to S. H. Munter for 100 shares. Shiny-gold corporate seal clearly punched into the lower-left. Many mining companies formed after gold was discovered in the Klondike were based out of Washington state. The timeline is right, so I have a hunch this one is from the Klondike Gold Rush. Office at Tacoma, Washington. E. L. Johnson, president.   Price - $149

1899 REPUBLIC CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in March of 1899) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Ferry County. The Republic Gold Rush began in 1896. By 1900, the town of Republic had more than 20 saloons, 7 hotels, 9 general stores and countless other establishments catering to the miners. In 1902, the Kettle Valley Railroad and Great Northern Railroad reached the town. Up until that time, ore was shipped by wagon to smelters in Washington and British Columbia. Company office at Spokane.   Price - $75.00 





1907 MOUNTAIN GULCH MINING AND MILLING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1900) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Office at FARMINGTON, WASHINGTON printed on right side. Stock certificate issued to Channey L. Buck for 500 shares valued at 10 cents each. W. E. Seelye, company president. Lode gold mines located in the Hoodoo Mining District - Taylor Group of Mines (Discovered by the Taylor brothers of Farmington, Washington). Ore veins contained what is known as "free gold".   Price - $89.00





1897 SURPRISE MILLING AND MINING COMPANY - Davenport, Washington


1902 THE COPPER CHIEF MINING COMPANY, LTD. - Incorporated (June 20th, 1901) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - The Copper Chief had 4 claims on a ledge starting at Silver Creek, located midway between the town of Galena and Mineral City. The ledge extended 6,000 feet up the mountain side. An 8 foot wide vein of ore produced gold, silver and copper. Office at Spokane, Washington.   SOLD    
1902 COPPER CHIEF MINING COMPANY - Washington
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1900 CO-OPERATIVE MINING SYNDICATE

1917 BUTTE & COEUR D' ALENE MINING COMPANY
1899 THE WASHINGTON COPPER & MILLING COMPANY
190_ TACOMA & CHELAN MINING & MILLING COMPANY
1900 THE DEER TRAIL CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY
1900 THE DEER TRAIL CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY - Envelope
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1901 THE NIGHT HAWK MINING  COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1901) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Signed by A. M. Wehe as president and H. D. James as secretary.  LOOMIS, WASH. (printed beneath title).   SOLD 
1917 ELIOMACHAN MINES - Incorporated (in 1917) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Stock # 3. This company is kind of a mystery. The corporate seal reads 1917 - 1967. This must have been an error. I did find one small reference to the company in some Washington public records dated 1919. L. B. Cornell secretary and Edward D. King president.   Price - $39.00
1900 CO-OPERATIVE MINING SYNDICATE - Seattle, Washington

Price - $58.00

I also have an unissued certificate from this company - Price - $25.00

Please note:  The issued example recently sold but I still have the unissued one.
1900 LITTLE JEWEL MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Uncommon stock design I have not seen before. President George Washington vignette. Certificate #49, issued to Herbert J. Banton. Mines at Tacoma, Washington. Dateline reads Boston. Certainly a nice name!   Price - $89.00 
BLACK BEAR WAR EAGLE GOLD MINES - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Mines Located on Palmer Mountain, Okanogan County, Washington (printed beneath title). Office at Spokane. Printed by The Blatchly Co. Tacoma. This company was in operation during the early 1900s. Unissued.   SOLD 
1917 BUTTE & COEUR D' ALENE MINING COMPANY - Spokane, Washington
Price - $39.00
1899 THE WASHINGTON COPPER & MILLING COMPANY - Signed by Rudolf Stearns as secretary and L. A. Corbin as vice president.   SOLD
190_ TACOMA & CHELAN MINING & MILLING COMPANY - Tacoma, Washington - Unissued (Early 1900s)
SOLD
1900 THE DEER TRAIL CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY - The Deer Trail Mine is located 6 miles east of Fruitland, Washington in Stevens County. The property contains some of the richest silver deposits in the state. Included with this certificate is the envelope it was mailed in long ago. (shown at right)   SOLD
1900 THE KITTANNING COPPER MINING COMPANY - Incorporated (in 1899) Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Office at Seattle. Mines in Snohomish County near Index, Washington. Owned the Marshall group of claims which included the L. M., Lone Star and Tip Top - all in the Index Mining District.  Produced ores of copper, silver and gold. The company was named after a town of the same name in Pennsylvania, where most of the directors were located. W. C. Rutter, president.    SOLD
1890s COPPER BELL GOLD MINING COMPANY - Incorporated Under the Laws of the State of Washington - Shares were valued at 10 cents each. Picture shows two early prospectors panning for gold in a stream - camp fire smoldering in the background. Certificate printed by The W. D. Knight Co., Printers and Binders, Spokane, Wash. (Dated 189_ on reverse)  
 Price - $55.00