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Colorado and Pikes Peak Consolidated Mining Cripple Creek
Colorado Bureau of Mines Bell Sign
Cupel Mould
Cupel Mould II
Cupel Mould Ad 1899 John Taylor & Co Catalogue
  IMG_2175.JPG - CUPEL TONGS - Steel cupel tongs, 36 in. length, rescued from assayer Clarence Hersey’s old assay office (established 1879) at 110 East 5th Street in Leadville, CO, similar tongs offered on page 285 of the 1910 Denver Fire Clay Catalog, ex-Mike McCoy collection (As reported in the June 27, 1908 edition of the Twin Lakes Miner newspaper, M. G. Alexander succeeded Hersey as assayer at this office)  
3 and 4 in Davis Anemometers
3 in Davis Anemometer Front
3 in Davis Anemometer Back
4 in Davis Anemometer
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IMG 2175 | CUPEL TONGS - Steel cupel tongs, 36 in. length, rescued from assayer Clarence Hersey’s old assay office (established 1879) at 110 East 5th Street in Leadville, CO, similar tongs offered on page 285 of the 1910 Denver Fire Clay Catalog, ex-Mike McCoy collection (As reported in the June 27, 1908 edition of the Twin Lakes Miner newspaper, M. G. Alexander succeeded Hersey as assayer at this office) Download Original Image
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