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Here is a vignette you don’t see everyday showing three beavers doing what thay do best. Another great stock to frame for the wall of your hunting or fishing cabin. Shares were $100 each quite an investment in the late 1800s! Company offices located in New York. The border and title were printed with a shiny gold ink. Small designs within the border almost look like little golden snowflakes. Unissued
Another great name for a mining company! Certificate issued for 125 shares in 1913. Corporate seal is a brown/gold color and clearly punched into the document. Rustic vignette shows two miners removing ore from a tunnel. Notation written in red at top reads: Company liquidated, no returns made on Capital Stock.
THE SILVER LEAF MINING COMPANY, LIMITED
Incorporated (in 1906) Under the Ontario Mining Companies‘ Incorporation Act
Certificate issued in 1906 for 100 shares worth $1 each. Printed with a bright orange ink. Offices in Toronto, Ontario (Canada). Large vignette shows an attractive young woman in a long flowing gown. Portrait of a woman on the reverse as well. Does not appear to have been cancelled. / Canadian company. The bond was payable to The Toronto General Trusts Corporation of Toronto, Canada. The fine print says that it was „payable in gold coin of the United States of the present standard of weight and fineness“. The corporate seal is punched into the lower left corner. 19 payment coupons are attached to the right side (just one missing). Signed by Murdock Clark as president and Herbert C. Lord as treasurer the latter signature is printed on all of the payment coupons as well. It is quite large and did not fit entirely on my scanner. so it is not all shown in the scans above. Click on the image to see a larger version.