Carmelita Mining Claim
"First the property is exceedingly valuable, and second it is owned by trustworthy and reliable people, and with 44 years experience in mining, milling and examining property, I can truthfully say this is one of the very best properties, it has been my pleasure to examine.” -AH Parker, Mining Geologist.
Assays report average values of 1.5 OPT! Native gold (Free-Milling) in fissure deposits. Can be worked by hand. A stunning property with an epic history! Be sure to read the entire GRMP Report on this site!
78 Acre Lode Claim — — La Paz County, Arizona
New York Plamosa Mining Claim
Rare mining claim near Quartzite, Arizona. Flake gold seen in hand sorted piles!
20 Acre Shaft with Crosscuts Claim — — La Paz County, Arizona
Holy Moses Extension Mining Claim
Creede, Colorado's richest historic silver mine. 80 acres of contiguous lode mining claims. Portals at 10,000 and 10,500 feet. Over 5,000 feet of drifting on multiple levels.
80 Acre Lode Claim — — Mineral County, Colorado
GoldStone Mine and Millsite
The mine boasts an impressive reserve of 30,000 tons of blocked, inferred reserves. With a conservative valuation average of .35 oz/Ton in Gold, these reserves are worth $14,175,000 (01/2018).
100 Acre Lode Claim — — Lemhi County, Idaho
Historic McKelvey Mine
This is a third party sale and not eligible for financing.
The stream has many 50-200 pound boulders, which are ideal trapping spots for runoff gold.
20 Acre Placer Claim — — Madison County, Montana
Big Dick (Evening Star) Mine and Mill
There are over 2000’ of documented, interconnected workings at the Mine. Ore values from the mine averaged 5 ounces of gold per ton according to the Montana DEQ and other USGS reports. Silver was reported to run from 30 to 60 ounces per ton. Surveyors noted high value ores in the tailings processed by the mill at the upper camp near the adit. Other waste dumps also showed good quality gold and silver ores.
45 Acre Lode Claim — — Powell County, Montana
Historic Illinois Gold Mine and Mill
The Illinois Mine is a large, remote and historical gold and silver producing property. The Illinois Mineral Property has documented and established minimum reserves of over $15mil ($15,000,000.00) in gold and silver.
160 Acre Lode Claim — — Nye County, Nevada
Historic Empire Mine
Gold ore values average 4 OPT AU in free gold.
60 Acre Lode Claim — — Pennington County, South Dakota
Historic Hornet Mine
Dumps show pyrite, native gold and galena in appreciable quantities. Reports from surveyors also described significant infrastructure present on the claim.
20 Acre Lode Claim — — Taos County, New Mexico
Historic Spanish Main Mine
The Spanish Main was noted in early documentation as “the Governors Mine”, a key Spanish Mine working noted as being east of the Questa settlement. The mine was reportedly very rich in native gold deposits and paid taxes to the Queen (Empire of Spain) in the amount of ten thousand ($10,000) dollars per month.
40 Acre Lode And Placer Claim — — Taos County, New Mexico
Historic Strawn Mine
Reports and Assays from the Mines taken inside and outside show free milling gold with very little sulfides ranging from .5 to 1.5 ounces per ton. The Millsite is in excellent repair and 95% intact.
20 Acre Lode Claim — — Madison County, Montana
Historic Rena Mine
In 1951 the mines in the area were surveyed by Bureau of Mines Surveyor and reported to have rich, gold bearing pyrites, limonite and some magnetite. The vein had been opened by a five hundred and fifty (550) foot shaft with drifting of four hundred (400) feet.
20 Acre Lode Claim — — Broadwater County, Montana
Historic Jebro Mine
In 1951, it was reported by a Bureau of Mines surveyor to have gold bearing pyrites, limonite and some magnetite. In Gold Rush Expeditions' opinion, the significant waste dumps indicate 2000’ to 2500’ of workings.
20 Acre Lode Claim — — Broadwater County, Montana
Historic Lucky Dollar Mine
The Lucky Dollar (Powderly) is reported to be primarily a silver mine, however, based on extensive geological reporting, it is thought that the mine is cut on similar deposits as other larger mines in the district such as the Cumberland and the Yellowstone.
40 Acre Lode Claim — — Meagher County, Montana
Historic Independence Mine
The Independence Mines produced very rich gold ore. Vanderwilt (1947) quotes “stopes yielding 2.3 ounces per ton of gold in 1932”
40 Acre Lode Claim — — Pitkin County, Colorado
Historic Nada Mine
The Nada Mine is an adit cut on a horizontal plane and intersecting several gold veins. Surveyors documented over one thousand one hundred feet(1100) of drifting work on the lowest level.
60 Acre Lode Claim — — Broadwater County, Montana
Historic Parker Mine
Surveyors documented over one thousand one hundred feet(1100) of drifting work on the lowest level. These workings are detailed and mapped and show veins of gold, galena and some small quartz stringers.
40 Acre Lode Claim — — Broadwater County, Montana