New York, 1865. 107pp. Modern calf, boards blind ruled, spine gilt, front wrapper bound in. Two faint library stamps and small manuscript notation on front wrapper recto, bookplate on wrapper verso. A very good copy. A discussion of most of the major mining areas in Colorado and the types of bullion being extracted from them. "The pages contained in this pamphlet have been hastily written and compiled, and are not given as the result of that care and research, due to the vast and unrivalled mineral resources of Colorado, but for the primary purpose of attracting the attention of Capitalists to the inviting Silver fields of the Cordillera Ranges, who merits are destined at an early dat to be subject of more extended and critical observation." Almost the last entry in Wagner-Camp, this pamphlet is quite scarce. WAGNER-CAMP 427:1. HOWES W388. (Inventory #: WRCAM51738)
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