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1870s Excelsior Coal Company

 

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Stock Code ECC1870

  Unissued certificate from the 1870's in this Iowa-based mining company. Black and white certificate  in mint condition with vignette of mining scene. Black ornate border with company seal.

Certificate size is 25 cm wide x 19 cm high (10.5" x 8").

A perfect personalised gift for someone who:

  • works or worked in the coal mining industry 

About This Company

Framed Certificate Price : 85.00

Certificate Only Price : 40.00

 

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About This Company

The Excelsior Coal Company opened its first mine in Oskaloosa, Iowa in 1875, when the company was owned by the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul Railroad Company. Output was soon developed to 1,500 tons per day. When the mine was exhaused in 1890, the company opened the Carbonado mines in the heart of Quaker country which caused the departure of the Friends after a few years.

On July 30 1892 the company was merged with the Cahaba Coal Mining Company with Truman Aldrich as President.

 

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