Compañia Minera Las Dos Estrellas


Share of one piastre - Mexico 1948

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Former gold mines now hosting a museum showing how gold was mined.

Social capital: $ 300,000 (Mexican piastres), originally represented by 3,000 shares of 100 Mexican piastres, then divided into 300,000 shares of a Mexican dollar.

The company fully repaid its capital in 1909, so that the current securities are only "actions de jouissance" (hence the stamp on the title).

The company bought the gold mine Bong-Miu (Annam) in Indochina in 1926. Established in Mexico, Hippolyte Duvergey meets Francois-Joseph Fournier, a French engineer living in Mexico "in 1898 when he discovered the vein" Veta Verde "and created Las Dos Estrellas.

He becomes auditor and then director. He is president of Estrellas Mining, vice president of the mining company of Eastern Oubanghi (CMOO), director of SIEMA in Bong Mieu (Annam) and colonial mining company (1934).

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Mines : gold

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