|REF. NO.||DENOMINATION||DESCRIPTION||NO. ISSUED||CONDITION||VALUE|
|101||£1 shares||19, red||>1289||VF||£20-25|
|102||£10 7% debenture||19, red||>92||VF||£20-25|
Berrida (Nigeria) Tin Fields Ltd
Registered 7th of March 1912. Company number 120704. In voluntary liquidation 12th of April 1926. Capital £185,000 in £1 shares.
Formed to acquire properties in Nigeria from the Champion (Nigeria) Tin Fields Ltd., and the Lucky Chance Mines Ltd., prospecting work was undertaken on these properties but the ground proved to be disappointing. In 1917 new ground was taken up, this time at the Poldice tin, Tungsten and Arsenic mine, St. Day, Gwennap, Cornwall, England. A new processing plant consisting of 30 stamps was erected on the site and was due to start working in late 1920. Work was suspended on the Poldice property before any processing was undertaken, at the same time new ground in Nigeria was also purchased in the Tokas and Wada districts. No work appears to have been under taken on these new properties as receivers where appointed for the debenture holders in February 1921.