LA LIGUA GOLD MINING COMPANY. THIS COMPANY IS ORGANIZED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK WITH A CAPITAL STOCK OF FIFTY THOUSAND SHARES, OF ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH, FULLY PAID AND FREE FROM ANY ASSESSMENT, FOR THE PURPOSE OF WORKING THE CATAPILCO GOLD MINES, IN CHILE, SOUTH AMERICA...JOHN H. FLAGLER, - - PRESIDENT.

[Boston: Frank Wood, Printer, 1878]. 34pp plus portrait frontis [and original tissue guard] of John Everitt, who "sailed for Valparaiso from New York...to be associated with the General Superintendent at the Mines"; and large Bird's-Eye View [32" x 16"] and Topographical Plan of the mines. Original printed wrappers, stitched. Wrappers chipped at edges and reinforced at the spine with tape. Some chipping to several blank margins. Good+.

The Company, based in New York, issued this Prospectus, which includes a detailed report from its Mining Engineer, W.A. Holcomb. Flagler, its President, was a major capitalist during the last half of the 19th century; he formed the National Tube Company and owned one of the predecessors to U.S. Steel.
Not located on OCLC [as of 6/12]. Item #28959

Price: $450.00

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