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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BAKER SILVER MINING COMPANY, 1872
Creek County, Colorado Territory
mining report in original printed cream-colored wrappers; 12 pages, no
illustrations. T. P. Bucher, president. A. B. Pearson,
vice-president. John Wiest, secretary and treasurer. Company's
main office: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Very good condition: some
discoloration on front cover as well as two tiny spots of paper loss;
interior pages are bright and clean and in near fine condition.
Company owned mining property and reduction works near Bakerville, Clear
Creek County, Colorado Territory.
LETTIE H. GOLD MINING COMPANY, 1902
C. Griffith, president.
Original printed pink wrappers, 1902.
Properties of the Lettie H. were located in Teller County, Colorado
adjoining the town of Woodland Park, a few hundred yards from the Colorado
Midland Railway station in Woodland, directly on the Hayden Dike system
which extended in a northerly direction along the Rampart Range of the
Rocky Mountains, gold-bearing.
5 inches in width by 7 inches in height; 10 pages.
5 photographic illustrations.
A good of promotion, especially in relation to Cripple Creek.
Sparse on actual facts about developments on the Company’s
Very good condition.
OF THE REDEMPTION MINES SYNDICATE, 1903
property located in the Magnolia Mining District, Boulder County,
Colorado. Property includes the following mining claims: Zephyr mill
site; Black Canon lode; Arcadia lode; Mt. Lion; Clydesdale; Mountain
Monarch; Tungsten; Aeneid; Esmeralda; Forest King; Hurricane; Buena Vista;
and Esmeralda No. 1. Presented by the Kimball Investment Company,
Denver, Colorado. 4-page fold-over publication plus investment
letter and subscription blank. Very good condition with conservation
repaired closed-end tears.
PRE-ORGANIZATION PROSPECTUS OF THE DIVIDEND GOLD MINES COMPANY, 1912
Offices: 517 Mining Exchange Building, Denver, Colorado.
and Plant: Black Hawk, Gilpin County, Colorado.
Enterprise District, Gilpin County, Colorado, 37 miles from the City of
Denver; mine located one-half mile from railway station and the milling
and smelting works of Black Hawk.
very good; some light creasing; several contemporary pen marks.
Four-panel folding brochure.
SUN TUNNEL MINING AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, 1912
and Mill near Tolland, in northern Gilpin County, Colorado, between
Tolland and Rollinsville. Tunnel entrance on the Moffat Railroad.
consisted of the following lode claims: Camp Bird, Home Run, Homestake,
Red Blossom, Blowhard, Covington, Comet, Commonwealth, Switchback,
Porphyry, Arrow, Iron Mask, Illinois, Buckeye, Golden Sun No. 1 through
Golden Sun No. 35 claims, Golden Sun Tunnel and Tunnel Site No. 2,
comprising approximately 200 acres.
very good with folds. Four-page folding brochure.
SUNSET GOLD MINING & MILLING COMPANY, 1926
owned by this Company include: Silver Horn Group and New Century
Group. The silver Horn Group was in the Cascade Mining District,
5-1/2 miles from Idaho Springs, Clear Creek County, Colorado. New
Century Group was located in the Spanish Mining District, 1/4 mile from
4-page publication, plus promotional letter. Also included is a
Prospectus of The Sunset Gold Mining and Milling Company laid out as a
folding mining deed, legal-sized, 10-pages in length.
of the above items in very good condition. also included: 5
envelopes with Company address.
WELLINGTON MINES COMPANY, 1903
Property – “The famous Wellington Mine of Summit County,
Original gold-printed black wrappers; 32 enamel-coated pages.
Dimensions: 6-1/4 inches in width by 9-1/2 inches in height.
Ten illustrations, including 2-page panoramic view.
Contents include: Building a Fortune the Common Sense Way; Activity
in Mining; The Wellington Is a Producing Mine – Not a Prospect; Facts
about the Wellington Mine; A Producing Mine; Estimated Net Profit $8,400
Per Day; the Time to Buy Stock is when the Stock is Low; Smelter Returns
for Ores from the Wellington Mine; Fabulous Wealth in Mining; What $100
has Done and Will Do; Stratton wanted the Wellington; What Prominent
Breckenridge People Say; It’s Lead and Zinc that Pays.
Condition: good plus; interior is in very good plus condition;
covers are in good condition.