1861 Quincy Mining Co Stock Certificate. Early Michigan copper mining scripophily certificate with classic vignette of allegorical females flanking state of Michigan seal. The Quincy Mining Company owned an extensive group of copper mines located near Hancock, Michigan. It operated between 1846 and 1945. Known as "Old Reliable," the Quincy Mining Company paid a dividend to investors every year from 1868 through 1920. Certificate is in VF+ condition with pen cancellation.
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