Beautiful uncancelled certificate from the Guanajuato Consolidated Mining & Milling Company
issued in 1938. This historic document was printed by the American Bank Note Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an eagle. This item has the original signatures of the Company’s 2nd VicePresident, and Assistant Treasurer, and is over 75 years old.
As reported in 1911:
Guanajuato Consolidated Mining & Milling Company
Incorporated in 1889 in West Virginia. Office: 15 Broad Street, New York. President—F. G. Corning. Secretary—C. Van Ken.ssei.aeb. Properties comprise the 12 mines in Guanajuato, Mexico, gold and silver milling plants, storage reservoirs, 60-stamp mill, cyanide plant and electrical plant. The most extensively developed property, the Sirena mine, has been worked for moro than 100 years. It produces about 7,500 tons per month of milling ores varying from $11to $14 per ton.
History from Encyberpedia and
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