Antique 1916 Marsh Mines Consolidated Stock Certificate Book Washington Mining — 249 Certificates — Consist of share certificates #751 to 999 — All Certificates are cancelled — 16″ x 9″ — Missing Stock #1000. There’s wear throughout. Please see detailed photos. Marsh Mines Consolidated was incorporated in the state of Washington on August 17, 1916, as a reorganization of Marsh Mining Company. It also registered as a foreign corporation in Idaho. The trustees and officers were M. Lee, president; Edward Pohlman, vice president; Joseph McCarthy, secretary; W. Smith, treasurer, and W. Lentz, Lentz Fraction, Slayden, December, Cusick (unpatented), Burke, Fuller, Green Mountain, Fir, and Clark. Shortly after incorporation Greenough resigned as a trustee and was replaced by J. In July 1916, Marsh had received a ten year lease on the Mono, Russell, and O’Neill claims of Federal Mining and Smelting Company’s Tiger-Poorman group as the result of an agreement resolving threatened trespass litigation. Later Federal began a suit in behalf of Marsh against Hecla Mining Company involving these claims. This case was settled out of court in March 1921, and during a portion of the litigation period with Hecla, Marsh was given possession of the Gertie Mining Company tunnel for the purpose of carrying on exploration work in their adjoining claim. The final settlement involved Hecla purchasing the entire Tiger-Poorman group subject to the Marsh Lease. Every item we sell is guaranteed to be genuine. ITEM(S) EXACTLY AS SHOWN IN THE PICTURES. PLEASE SEE ALL PICTURES FOR FULL ITEM CONDITION AND DETAILS. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Stocks & Bonds, Scripophily\Mining”. The seller is “ernestreyes” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Circulated/Uncirculated: Circulated
- Type: Stock
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States