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do these have any value
Buckingham Mines Limited  
Columbus Kirkland Gold Mining Company
Nickel District Consumers' Co-operative Limited
Worthington Mines Limited


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Allan, from the information I have available:

I have no information on Buckingham or Columbus, but I know Buckingham is from the 1920's and therefore predates much of the information I have available. If there is a transfer agent listed on the certificates, I would contact them first, as they will know if the shares have current value. If not, you can try the Province of Incorporation and see what they have available. Or, contact a broker and see if they can perform a detailed search for you.

Nickel District was a cooperative store membership arrangement, and therefore not a publicly traded stock. Co-Op certificates might have some collector value, but almost certainly no other value.

Worthington has no current value. The Company was dissolved in the 1970's.

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