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1899 Rossland and Deer Park Mining Company Portland Oregon stock certificate
1899 Rossland and Deer Park Mining Company Portland Oregon stock certificate
$49.99
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Antique 1906 Stock Certificate Crews Beggs Trading Co Leadville Colorado
Antique 1906 Stock Certificate Crews Beggs Trading Co Leadville Colorado
$12.00
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The Jersey City Stock Yards 2
The Jersey City Stock Yards 2
$0.99
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Stock Acacia Gold Mining Company Cripple Creek Colorado 1908 Colorado Springs
Stock Acacia Gold Mining Company Cripple Creek Colorado 1908 Colorado Springs
$15.00
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Montana Mining Development Company stock certificate
Montana Mining Development Company stock certificate
$5.99
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1882 Stock Certificate Massachusetts  New Mexico Consolidated Mining Company
1882 Stock Certificate Massachusetts New Mexico Consolidated Mining Company
$19.99
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Acacia Gold Mining 1899 Cripple Creek Colorado stock certificate share
Acacia Gold Mining 1899 Cripple Creek Colorado stock certificate share
$19.99
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Mining Stock Quotations Page 1907 Wall Street Nevada Stocks Bullfrog Tonopah
Mining Stock Quotations Page 1907 Wall Street Nevada Stocks Bullfrog Tonopah
$8.99
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Stock Union Consolidated Mining Company Virginia City Nevada 1927 Story Co
Stock Union Consolidated Mining Company Virginia City Nevada 1927 Story Co
$9.99
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1902 The Great Western Oil and Mining Co Stock Certificate Phoenix Arizona
1902 The Great Western Oil and Mining Co Stock Certificate Phoenix Arizona
$9.99
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188 Queen Mining Co Leadville CO Stock Certificate
188 Queen Mining Co Leadville CO Stock Certificate
$14.95
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1928 Mining Stock Certificate International Nickel Company
1928 Mining Stock Certificate International Nickel Company
$9.99
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1926 Stock Certificate Burns Bros New York City Coal Company Mining
1926 Stock Certificate Burns Bros New York City Coal Company Mining
$24.99
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1908 Manhattan Jackson Mining Company Stock Certificate TONOPAH NEVADA
1908 Manhattan Jackson Mining Company Stock Certificate TONOPAH NEVADA
$69.00
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Stock Certificate North Butte Mining Company 1907
Stock Certificate North Butte Mining Company 1907
$3.99
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Stock Certificate Pan American Sulphur Co 1971
Stock Certificate Pan American Sulphur Co 1971
$3.99
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Stock Certificate Pan American Sulphur Co 1971
Stock Certificate Pan American Sulphur Co 1971
$3.99
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Stock Certificate Pan American Sulphur Co 1970
Stock Certificate Pan American Sulphur Co 1970
$3.99
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Newmont Mining Corporation Stock Certificate 1971 500 Shares
Newmont Mining Corporation Stock Certificate 1971 500 Shares
$10.95
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Stock Certificate Shoshone Mines Securities Co 1906
Stock Certificate Shoshone Mines Securities Co 1906
$3.99
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Stock Certificate The Aguacate Mines 1910
Stock Certificate The Aguacate Mines 1910
$3.99
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Silver Mountain Lead Mines Inc ID 1993 Stock Certificate
Silver Mountain Lead Mines Inc ID 1993 Stock Certificate
$12.00
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Phelps Dodge Corporation 100 Shares Stock Certificate 1942  82225
Phelps Dodge Corporation 100 Shares Stock Certificate 1942 82225
$14.95
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Hobson Mining Company Capital Stock Certificate
Hobson Mining Company Capital Stock Certificate
$29.88
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1881 Buckeye Mining Company Stock Certificate TAYLOR COLORADO Eagle County
1881 Buckeye Mining Company Stock Certificate TAYLOR COLORADO Eagle County
$169.00
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Vintage 1933 Hot Springs Coal Company Stock Certificate
Vintage 1933 Hot Springs Coal Company Stock Certificate
$15.95
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UNISSUED STOCK FROM THE NAPANOCH NEW YORK GOLD MINING COMPANY 1900 NUMBER 292
UNISSUED STOCK FROM THE NAPANOCH NEW YORK GOLD MINING COMPANY 1900 NUMBER 292
$11.95
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Book Arizona Mines  Mining Companies James Garbani List gold copper stock
Book Arizona Mines Mining Companies James Garbani List gold copper stock
$50.00
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OLD STOCK CERTIFICATE CONSTRUCTION APPLIANCE CO 1919 10 shares
OLD STOCK CERTIFICATE CONSTRUCTION APPLIANCE CO 1919 10 shares
$30.00
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OLD STOCK CERTIFICATE UNIVERSAL HIGH POWER TELEPHONE CO 25 shares 1917
OLD STOCK CERTIFICATE UNIVERSAL HIGH POWER TELEPHONE CO 25 shares 1917
$30.00
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CONSOLIDATED MINES 1926 STOCK CERTIFICATE 55 SHARES
CONSOLIDATED MINES 1926 STOCK CERTIFICATE 55 SHARES
$49.95
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Antique Stock Certificate 1907 mining
Antique Stock Certificate 1907 mining
$25.00
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1879 Highland Chief Mining Stock Breece Hill LEADVILLE COLORADO Silver Mine
1879 Highland Chief Mining Stock Breece Hill LEADVILLE COLORADO Silver Mine
$75.00
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Beech Creek Coal  Coke Company Stock Certificate Pennsylvania Mining
Beech Creek Coal Coke Company Stock Certificate Pennsylvania Mining
$11.99
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Daddy Mining Company Stock Certificate 1920
Daddy Mining Company Stock Certificate 1920
$9.99
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Cash Boy Consolidated Mining CoStock Certificate 1921
Cash Boy Consolidated Mining CoStock Certificate 1921
$9.99
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VICTORIA CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY UTAH1911 STOCK CERTIFICATE
VICTORIA CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY UTAH1911 STOCK CERTIFICATE
$17.95
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PROVIDENCE TUOLUMNE GOLD MINES STOCK CALIFORNIA 1955
PROVIDENCE TUOLUMNE GOLD MINES STOCK CALIFORNIA 1955
$7.00
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Vintage 1965 PHELPS DODGE Stock Certificate Strip Mine Vignette Mining 1960s
Vintage 1965 PHELPS DODGE Stock Certificate Strip Mine Vignette Mining 1960s
$4.97
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NORTH BUTTE MINING COMPANY1909 STOCK CERTIFICATE
NORTH BUTTE MINING COMPANY1909 STOCK CERTIFICATE
$5.50
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THE EARLY SILVER MINING COMPANY BUENA VISTA COLORADO 1880S STOCK CERTIFICATE
THE EARLY SILVER MINING COMPANY BUENA VISTA COLORADO 1880S STOCK CERTIFICATE
$30.50
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Vintage Chicago and Denver Reduction Company Stock Certificate 1887
Vintage Chicago and Denver Reduction Company Stock Certificate 1887
$44.99
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CONSOLIDATED COPPER MINES CORPORATION1955 STOCK CERTIFICATE
CONSOLIDATED COPPER MINES CORPORATION1955 STOCK CERTIFICATE
$5.80
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RARE 1887 HEMET LAND SAN JACINTO CALIFORNIA STOCK ISSD UNCANC WESTERN PRIZE
RARE 1887 HEMET LAND SAN JACINTO CALIFORNIA STOCK ISSD UNCANC WESTERN PRIZE
$159.96
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Homestead Minerals Corporation Stock Certificate 18944
Homestead Minerals Corporation Stock Certificate 18944
$0.50
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Monitor Mining Company ID 19 Stock Certificate
Monitor Mining Company ID 19 Stock Certificate
$12.00
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Vintage Stock Certificate The New Century Exploration and Investment Company
Vintage Stock Certificate The New Century Exploration and Investment Company
$25.50
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AZTECAS MINERAL COMPANY Stock Certificate 1909
AZTECAS MINERAL COMPANY Stock Certificate 1909
$22.99
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Portland Mining Company ID 1942 Stock Certificate
Portland Mining Company ID 1942 Stock Certificate
$15.00
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Galena Mountain Mines and Tunnel Company STOCK CERTIFICATE 500 Shares 2 5 1914
Galena Mountain Mines and Tunnel Company STOCK CERTIFICATE 500 Shares 2 5 1914
$19.99
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St Joe Consolidated Mines Corp Stock Certificate
St Joe Consolidated Mines Corp Stock Certificate
$15.00
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Alpha Mines Company Stock Certificate
Alpha Mines Company Stock Certificate
$12.00
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Lucky Friday Extension Mining ID 1987 Stock Certificate
Lucky Friday Extension Mining ID 1987 Stock Certificate
$12.00
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2Chino Copper Mining Stock Certificate 1917  1919 New Mexico
2Chino Copper Mining Stock Certificate 1917 1919 New Mexico
$14.00
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ANGLO AMERICAN CORP OF SOUTH AFRICA LTD  STOCK CERTIFICATE 1969 GREEN
ANGLO AMERICAN CORP OF SOUTH AFRICA LTD STOCK CERTIFICATE 1969 GREEN
$6.00
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ANGLO AMERICAN CORP OF SOUTH AFRICA LTD  STOCK CERTIFICATE 1971 RED
ANGLO AMERICAN CORP OF SOUTH AFRICA LTD STOCK CERTIFICATE 1971 RED
$6.00
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Jessie Mining Stock Certificate 1897 Washington  B C
Jessie Mining Stock Certificate 1897 Washington B C
$16.00
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Minnehaha Mining Stock Certificate 1897 Washington
Minnehaha Mining Stock Certificate 1897 Washington
$16.00
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Miami Mother Lode Mining Stock Certificate 1916 Arizona
Miami Mother Lode Mining Stock Certificate 1916 Arizona
$16.00
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Tungsten Comet Mining Stock Certificate 1918 Panaca Nevada
Tungsten Comet Mining Stock Certificate 1918 Panaca Nevada
$12.00
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1945 THE LEIGH COAL AND NAVAGATION CO 100 Shares of Common Stock Certificate
1945 THE LEIGH COAL AND NAVAGATION CO 100 Shares of Common Stock Certificate
$6.75
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Anaconda Copper Mining Company Stock Certificate
Anaconda Copper Mining Company Stock Certificate
$16.99
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St Joe Minerals Corporation Stock Certificate
St Joe Minerals Corporation Stock Certificate
$12.99
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Quicksilver Mines Company Stock Certificate Black  Gold
Quicksilver Mines Company Stock Certificate Black Gold
$34.99
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Quicksilver Mines Company Stock Certificate Black  Gold
Quicksilver Mines Company Stock Certificate Black Gold
$24.99
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1926 Idaho Copper Company Stock Certificates
1926 Idaho Copper Company Stock Certificates
$50.00
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1929 WHITE KNOB COPPER Stock Certificate
1929 WHITE KNOB COPPER Stock Certificate
$19.95
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Stock Certificate 1908 Parrot Silver and Copper Co
Stock Certificate 1908 Parrot Silver and Copper Co
$14.57
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Comstock Dexter Mines Inc AZ 1938 Stock Certificate
Comstock Dexter Mines Inc AZ 1938 Stock Certificate
$14.95
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North Butte Mining Company 1928 Minnesota stock certificate share
North Butte Mining Company 1928 Minnesota stock certificate share
$9.99
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The Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company Wyoming mining stock certificate
The Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company Wyoming mining stock certificate
$9.99
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FIRST NATIONAL MINING COMPANYUNISSUED STOCK CERTIFICATE
FIRST NATIONAL MINING COMPANYUNISSUED STOCK CERTIFICATE
$5.60
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AJAXNEVADA GOLD MINING COMPANYUNISSUED STOCK CERTIFICATE
AJAXNEVADA GOLD MINING COMPANYUNISSUED STOCK CERTIFICATE
$7.75
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THE CARIBOU MINING AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY SHAWNEE OHIO1900S UNISSUED STOCK
THE CARIBOU MINING AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY SHAWNEE OHIO1900S UNISSUED STOCK
$6.35
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INDUSTRIAL MINING COMPANY1904 STOCK CERTIFICATE
INDUSTRIAL MINING COMPANY1904 STOCK CERTIFICATE
$18.50
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THE HENNEPIN MINING COMPANYUNISSUED STOCK CERTIFICATE
THE HENNEPIN MINING COMPANYUNISSUED STOCK CERTIFICATE
$5.65
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New England Mining Stock Certificate 185
New England Mining Stock Certificate 185
$6.00
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Aetna Divide Mining Stock Certificate 1919 Nevada
Aetna Divide Mining Stock Certificate 1919 Nevada
$10.00
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Consolidated Halo Uranium Mining Stock Certificate1957 Ontario
Consolidated Halo Uranium Mining Stock Certificate1957 Ontario
$10.00
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UTAH APEX MINING COMPANY1922 STOCK CERTIFICATE
UTAH APEX MINING COMPANY1922 STOCK CERTIFICATE
$3.90
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Casa Loma Uranium Mining Stock Certificate1954 Saskatchewan
Casa Loma Uranium Mining Stock Certificate1954 Saskatchewan
$10.00
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Stock Certificate Happy Day Mining Co Limited Idaho 2000 Shares Capital Stock
Stock Certificate Happy Day Mining Co Limited Idaho 2000 Shares Capital Stock
$9.99
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Stanleigh Uranium Mining Stock Certificate1959
Stanleigh Uranium Mining Stock Certificate1959
$7.00
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Consolidated Fenimore Iron Mines Mining Stock Certificate1955 Canada
Consolidated Fenimore Iron Mines Mining Stock Certificate1955 Canada
$7.00
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Consolidated Fenimore Iron Mines Mining Stock Certificate1955 Canada
Consolidated Fenimore Iron Mines Mining Stock Certificate1955 Canada
$7.00
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NATIONAL TUNNEL  MINES COMPANY1938 STOCK CERTIFICATE
NATIONAL TUNNEL MINES COMPANY1938 STOCK CERTIFICATE
$5.05
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Evenlode Mines Mining Stock Certificate1962 Canada
Evenlode Mines Mining Stock Certificate1962 Canada
$5.00
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TAMARACK  CUSTER CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY1917 STOCK CERTIFICATE
TAMARACK CUSTER CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY1917 STOCK CERTIFICATE
$6.95
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Cash Boy Consolidated Mining Stock Certificate1915 Nevada
Cash Boy Consolidated Mining Stock Certificate1915 Nevada
$10.00
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BUFFALO HUMP MINING COMPANY1900 STOCK CERTIFICATE
BUFFALO HUMP MINING COMPANY1900 STOCK CERTIFICATE
$4.05
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Stock Certificate North Butte Mining Company 100 Shares Capital Stock 1928
Stock Certificate North Butte Mining Company 100 Shares Capital Stock 1928
$6.99
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Stock Certificate Ray Jefferson Mining Co 1000 Shares Capital Stock 1916
Stock Certificate Ray Jefferson Mining Co 1000 Shares Capital Stock 1916
$6.99
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THE CANYON COAL MINING CO LTDEARLY 1900S UNISSUED STOCK CERTIFICATE
THE CANYON COAL MINING CO LTDEARLY 1900S UNISSUED STOCK CERTIFICATE
$6.75
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1917 Stock Certificate Sandstorm Kendall Mining Company
1917 Stock Certificate Sandstorm Kendall Mining Company
$19.00
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RARE GOLD STOCK CERTIFICATE 1907 LIDA GOLDFIELD MINING COMPANY ARIZONA
RARE GOLD STOCK CERTIFICATE 1907 LIDA GOLDFIELD MINING COMPANY ARIZONA
$0.99
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RARE STOCK CERTIFICATE 1905 GOLDFIELD SIERRA MINING COMPANY OF COLORADO CO
RARE STOCK CERTIFICATE 1905 GOLDFIELD SIERRA MINING COMPANY OF COLORADO CO
$32.26
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Stock Certificate 1951 Lehigh Coal and Navigation
Stock Certificate 1951 Lehigh Coal and Navigation
$8.99
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1920 Stock Certificate North Butte MN Mining Company Gold Silver 100 Shares
1920 Stock Certificate North Butte MN Mining Company Gold Silver 100 Shares
$6.99
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1930s ARIZONA STOCK CERTIFICATE MISSOURI COPPER COMPANY Unissued
1930s ARIZONA STOCK CERTIFICATE MISSOURI COPPER COMPANY Unissued
$9.99
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El Dorado Mining co stock certificate Missouri Pacific corp shares
El Dorado Mining co stock certificate Missouri Pacific corp shares
$10.00
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MINING STOCKS Vs PHYSICAL GOLD & SILVER - Mike Maloney

Managing Risk In Property Development

Whether we realise it or not, managing risk is something we all deal with everyday. For example, the simple process of crossing a street involves a certain degree of risk which we manage without even blinking an eyelid. Imagine for a moment crossing a busy street without looking left and right, without gauging the direction and speed of traffic, and without gauging the distance of the street we are crossing. Thankfully most of us are very good at managing these everyday risks effectively.

But what about managing the risks of something as complex as a property development project? Well, whilst the risks are more numerous and greater in complexity there are still certain measures you can take to manage them effectively. Let's take a look at some of the more notable risks in performing a property development project and how you can manage them effectively.

Risk No. 1 - Not Having Enough Knowledge
By far and away the greatest risk in property development is the risk of undertaking a project with insufficient knowledge. I have seen it many times before where individuals undertake their first project with sugar coated expectations of how easy property development is only to find themselves in strife half way down the track because they were not willing to invest in knowledge. Many people will tell you that ignorance is bliss but when it is your money in the deal and your name as guarantor on the loan ignorance can be a very costly thing! So, how can you manage this risk and become more knowledgeable in property development? Well, there are three main options available to you.

Firstly, track down some quality property development books and acquire a comprehensive knowledge of the property development process. Secondly, with this knowledge you should then attend a quality property development workshop to sharpen up the practical application of your knowledge. Thirdly, having read some books and attended a workshop you should then be equipped with the necessary knowledge to undertake your own property development project. For those that lack the necessary confidence to undertake their own project it is possible to team up with an experienced property development manager to manage your first project. This way you can learn 'on the job' under the guidance of an experienced property developer and progressively graduate yourself into managing your own projects.

Risk No. 2 - Paying too Much for Your Development Site
There are few things worse than paying over the odds for a development site and being left with the prospect of bearing all of the risk and performing all of the work necessary to complete the project only to break even or make a tiny profit.

So how do you manage this risk and ensure that you do not pay too much for your development site? Well, it all comes back to the number crunching prior to purchasing the development site. It is absolutely critical that a comprehensive financial feasibility is performed prior to purchasing a development site. Given that a financial feasibility is only as good as the assumptions made in it, it is absolutely critical that you do your homework to ensure the accuracy of your assumptions.

As part of your financial feasibility you can calculate what's called a residual land value. A residual land value is simply determined by estimating the project's gross revenue then subtracting the various expenses (excluding the development site) and an adequate profit margin to leave the residual value of the development site. A residual land value will provide you with the maximum amount that you can afford to pay for a development site therefore ensuring you never pay too much.

Risk No. 3 - Purchasing a Lemon Development Site
Whilst we all understand the risk of purchasing a lemon car, few people realise that it is possible to purchase a lemon development site.

So how do you manage this risk and ensure that you do not purchase a lemon development site. Well, it all comes back to performing a thorough investigation of the development issues of the site, better known as a due diligence analysis. The due diligence analysis may be performed either prior to purchasing the site or as a condition of the contract. Either way, the performance of a thorough due diligence analysis should incorporate each of the following issues:

+ environmental and heritage issues (e.g. presence of vegetation protection orders, heritage listed buildings etc.)
+ flood issues (e.g. presence of a flood regulation line)
+ geotechnical issues (e.g. presence of acid sulphate soil, contaminated soil, underground rocks, underground water, unstable fill etc.)
+ mining issues (e.g. impact of mining subsidence)
+ service issues (e.g. proximity of services to site, capacity of services for the proposed development etc.)
+ stormwater issues (is there a legal point of discharge, if not are adjoining owners amenable etc.)
+ title related issues (e.g. presence of caveats, covenants, easements, encumbrances, interest details, administrative advices, unregistered dealings etc.)
+ zoning issues (compatibility of current zoning to the proposed use)

Whilst a development site with the necessary local authority permits in place will have overcome most of these issues, it is nonetheless advisable to investigate the various issues as a matter of course. A thorough due diligence analysis can be a rather time consuming process but given the cost involved in getting it wrong it is time very well spent!

Risk No. 4 - Construction Costs Blow Out
Construction costs are generally the greatest expense component in a property development project. As such, it only takes a slight proportional change in its cost to have a significant impact on the projects bottom line.

So how do you manage this risk and ensure that a blow out in construction costs does not destroy your bottom line? Well, the best way is to ensure that you use a lump sum fixed price contract. A lump sum fixed price contract is a contract where the price is determined by the building contractor which includes all associated costs such as materials, labour and profit margin. As the name suggests, the contract price is fixed from the day the contract is signed. The only things that will vary the price are variations to the contract or fluctuations in provisional or prime cost items. As such you should try to limit the number of variations made to the contract, and whilst nothing can be done to control fluctuations in provisional or prime cost items, it is possible to keep these items to a bare minimum when detailing the contract.

Risk No. 5 - Building Contractor Goes Bust
Perhaps every developer's worst nightmare! By this point in a project most of the hard work has been done and you could certainly be forgiven for having your eyes fixed on completing construction and banking the settlement funds. However, all of this can change in an instant if your building contractor hits financial difficulty and cannot proceed with the works.

So how do you manage a risk such as this? Well, whilst circumstances can change quickly in the construction industry there is certainly a lot to be said for using a building contractor with a good reputation and a proven track record. As a developer you should feel free to make enquiries into the building contractor's project history and financials. After all it is your money in the deal and your name as guarantor on the loan so there should be no reason to feel shy about asking for this sort of information.

Whilst there is no substitute for using a proven reputable building contractor, we are fortunate in Australia in that it is a requirement for building contractors to take out warranty insurance. During construction warranty insurance covers against the building contractor becoming bankrupt or placed into liquidation and against the building contractor failing to complete the works under the contract. After construction it covers against the building contractor failing to fix any defects and against the building suffering from the effects of subsidence or settlement. It is usual practice for building surveyors or local authorities not to issue a building permit until evidence that the building contractor has taken out warranty insurance is provided. Nonetheless, it is prudent that you ensure for yourself that warranty insurance has been taken out.

Risk #6 - Shoddy Construction Work
We've all seen the stories on 'A Current Affair' where the hard working Australian family put all of their money into building their dream home only to arrive on handover to something that is not only displeasing to the eye, but a danger to live in. Whilst these stories are very extremist they do demonstrate a very significant risk that if left unmanaged can be potentially disastrous.

So how do you manage this risk and ensure that you are not met at handover with shoddy construction work? Well, once again there is no substitute for using a proven reputable building contractor. For all of the work that goes into a property development project it is the quality of the construction on which your reputation as a developer can live or die. It is therefore absolutely critical that you do your homework on your building contractor. Always insist on getting the building contractor's project history including contact details for referees from previous projects. This way you can visit the projects and make contact with the previous developers to satisfy yourself as to the whether or not their workmanship meets your standards.

Whilst engaging a proven reputable builder can mitigate this risk to a large extent, you should not simply sit back on your laurels waiting for a phone call when construction is finished. I'm sure you would agree that it is better knowing if something is progressively going wrong and be able to rectify it than to find out at the end that it is beyond rectification. This same rationale applies to construction work and the process of performing regular building inspections.

Throughout the course of a property development project a number of inspections should be performed by various individuals. The structural engineer will need to perform inspections at a few key stages of construction (e.g. footings, slab, framing etc.) to ensure that the approved plans and building regulations are being followed. It is also advisable that you engage your architect or building designer to perform regular inspections to ensure that the works are being performed in accordance with the plans. Once practical completion has been reached you will need to perform a final inspection. By this point, the final inspection will be concerned with minor defects that will be covered under the defects liability period. Generally, the developer and either the development manager, architect or building designer will perform the final inspection.

Whilst the before mentioned risks are by no means an exhaustive list, it should however give you a feel for the more notable risks in property development and how you can manage them effectively. Given the high stakes involved in property development any mismanagement of these risks can prove very costly indeed. If you are not experienced in managing property development projects and don't want to learn the hard way than engage an experienced development manager to act on your behalf. This way you can reap the rewards of being a property developer without becoming another causality to poor risk management.Luke Andersen is a partner of Positive Property Strategies and co-author of 'Residential Real Estate Development: A Practical Guide For Beginners To Experts.'

Positive Property Strategies is an innovative property development business offering property development management, property development advice and property development education. To find out more please visithttp://www.propertystrategies.net

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