ALASKA. ANVERS. Action Privilégiée de F500. purple, yellow. #250. No 43. Belgian company mining at Cape Nome, Alaska, near the western tip. Word of a gold strike caused a major gold rush to Nome in the spring of 1899. This was one of the first and was the biggest Alaskan gold rush ; in North America, only the California andKlondike stampedes were larger. Placer gold-mining has continued at Nome until today. Only 250 issued.
Themes: GOLD & SILVER MINING
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