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1904 Clear Creek Gold Dredging Company

Issued to Samuel Untermyer, famous American lawyer and civic leader

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Stock Code CCG01

 

Certificate number 56  for 100 shares of capital stock of par value $100 each, in the name of Samuel Untermyer, in this Colorado-based placer mining company. Green decorative border  together with the corporate seal. Dated 1st August 1904. Actual handwritten signatures of William A Otis, company president together with that of the secretary of the company. Reverse shows the actual signature of Untermyer.

Certificate size is 20 cm high x 27 cm wide.

A perfect personalised gift for someone who:

  • works or worked in the mining industry or
  • has the surname Untermyer or Otis

Framed Certificate Price : £115.00

Certificate Only Price : £70.00

 

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Untermyer, Samuel, 1858–1940, American lawyer and civic leader, b. Lynchburg, Va., grad. Columbia law school, 1878. He gained fame as a lawyer and took part in some of the country's most important litigation. He served as counsel to the congressional committee headed by Arsène Pujo that investigated (1912) money trusts, and to the Lockwood committee of the New York legislature, which probed (1921–22) statewide housing conditions. As special counsel until 1933 in the famous New York City transit suits, he helped maintain the five-cent subway fare. Untermyer was a staunch advocate of stock-market regulations, government ownership of railroads, and various legal reforms. A leading crusader against anti-Semitism, Untermyer was active in the movement to boycott Germany after Hitler rose to power.

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