The first check is from Glauber's dated May 22, 1899. It contains a $.02 documentary stamp in the center. It is stamp cancelled. It is out of Cripple Creek Colorado. It has a spindle punch in the center and some large blue numbers written on it with a big blue check mark. It has been folded.
The second check is from The Great Western Sugar Company dated December 5, 1906. It has a nice vignette of a sugar bag in the upper left corner. It is stamp cancelled. This check is out of Loveland Colorado. It has folds.
The third check is an un-issued check on the Treasurer of the City of Victor (Victor has gold mining fame). This check would have been written on the Victor Colorado Police Fund. The signature lines are for the City Auditor and the Mayor. It has "State of Colorado interest 6 per cent per annum" on the left side. It has a beautiful vignette of the City Hall of Victor Colorado with two horse drawn buggies, numerous people walking about, and what appears to be a trolley in front of the building. The year is "190-". This check would have also served as a City Warrant Voucher. This check is in extremely FINE condition.
The fourth check is also an un-issued check from a very small town on the eastern plains of Colorado: Kit Carson. The date is "192-". This check is in extremely FINE condition.
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