Mexico Borda Antigua Y Anexas 50 Dollars Share 1912

These shares for 50 dollars were issued in 1912 to raise money for the mining company Borda Antigua y Anexas which was based in Tlapujahua in Mexico, famous for its gold and silver mines. The text is in both French and Spanish and two 3 cent stamps are attached for duty paid. Uncashed dividend coupons are attached and the bond bears the facsimile signatures of 6 of the company’s officials. It’s a handsome piece measuring 300 mm x 365 mm.
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SKU: BTS5024
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