THE BLACK JOE GOLD MINING, MILLING. Stated on certificate, Mines at Balfour, Colorado. Balfour, according to Colorado postal histories, was located in Park County, Colorado; a post office established in 1894. HOWEVER, according to the following resource — MANUAL OF CRIPPLE CREEK STOCKS, January 1897, compiled by E. March, Colorado Springs, Colorado, at the top of Page 12, the BLACK JOE COMPANY also owned 7 mining claims southeast of Straub Mountain, in the Cripple Creek Gold Mining District. Please see above digital images. Also, PLEASE NOTE: this listing is for the Black Joe Gold Mining, Milling & Land Company, stock certificate #87; the stock broker’s hand book exhibited in this listing is for REFERENCE ONLY — reference publication is NOT FOR SALE. Excellent and exceptional vignette printed by The Denver Litho. Denver, Colorado, used on only a few known Cripple Creek gold mining certificates. The Black Joe Mine was located in Park County and at the time this stock certificate was issued to A. Bell, its shaft was 108 feet deep. Stock certificate condition: very good plus; short splits in folds of certificate are conserved with neutral pH, acid-free, removable tape. Dimensions: 11 inches by 8-7/8 inches. ONCE AGAIN, PLEASE NOTE: THIS LISTING IS FOR THE POSSIBLE SALE OF THE BLACK JOE GOLD MINING, MILLING & LAND COMPANY #87, Stock certificate ONLY!!! Artifact presented by COLORADO. ARTIFACTUAL, where we endeavour to. Re-discover historically defining moments. The item “CRIPPLE CREEK COLORADO BLACK JOE GOLD MINING stock certificate 1897″ is in sale since Friday, November 24, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Stocks & Bonds, Scripophily\Mining”. The seller is “caledoniahhm6″ and is located in Crested Butte, Colorado. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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