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Rare Western Ghost Town Stock 1879

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Rare Western Ghost Town Stock 1879

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fine art paper
10" x 15"
Keep out of direct sunlight.

Why We Love This

These stock certificates are the ultimate piece of Western Americana. Each gold and silver mining stock certificate is from Bodie, California -- now one of the most famous ghost towns. More than 125 years ago, Bodie was one of the wildest of the Wild West boom towns. Each stock certificate is dated 1879. Each has a beautiful central vignette showing a horse drawn freight car filled with gold and silver approaching the mine in Bodie. Today, Bodie is one of the best preserved ghost towns in America and a tourist destination. Each stock certificate comes in a clear acid-free envelope and with a certificate of authenticity. Originality guaranteed by The Caren Archive, a leading source of significant historic printed matter.

Retrographics is a dream come true for all kinds of history and sports buffs. As the licensee of The New York Times, the company publishes newspaper compilations from the greatest moments in sports history. These compilations and original memorabilia offer a nostalgic and fascinating look at our American past.