Beautiful certificate from the T-Bone Gold Mining Company
issued in 1899. This historic document has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an men working in a mine. This item has been hand signed by the Company’s President, S. M. Perry and Secretary, W. L. Clark and is over 112 years old.
The official manual of the Cripple Creek district, Colorado, U. S. A., Volume 1 - 1910
T-Bone Gold Mining Company
Directors Chas. N. Miller,
President; S. M. Perry, Vice - President;
W. L. Clark, Secretary and Treasurer.
Main Office—Cripple Creek, Colorado.
Capitalization 2,000,000 shares. Par value, $1.00. In treasury January 1, 1900, 20,000 shares; in treasury January 1, 1900, $565.00 cash.
Property Owns the E. J., containing 10 1-3 acres,
patented; the Thel-
ma, the Chrystal, the
Mayflower, and the T.
Bone, containing in
all 20 acres, all in
process of patenting.
These claims are sit-
uated in the S. E. 1-4
of section 11, and in
the N. E. 1-4 of sec-
tion 14, on the south-
west slope of Mineral
Development Shaft house 16x20 feet. The Thelma has a shaft 175 feet deep and
250 feet bottom drifting, with 100 feet of drifting at the first level. The Chrystal has two shafts, one of 80 feet depth and one of 60 feet depth, with 70 feet of drifting. On the E. J. are two shafts, one of 125 feet depth with 30 feet of drifting, and one of 75 feet depth with 50 feet of drifting. There are also 5 other shafts, 40, 20, 35, 60, and 20 feet deep, respectively. The greater part of the development work is being done on the Thelma.
Highest price for stock during 1899,1 1-2 cents; lowest price for stock during 1899, $5.00 per 1,000
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