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Fortymile Mining District - Added 12/11/13. Claims available for $2000- $5000. Remote river access. These state claims are located in a great area with easy camping. generally shallow overburden, gold purity yield around 86%.scenic location that showcases a good number of Alaska's wildlife. contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me a 509-936-0799
American Creek (Nome) - Updated 11/29/13. SALE PENDING Six (6) 40 acre Alaska mining claims. Located approximately 80 miles NE of Nome on Alaska state land, and encompassing a total of 240 acres, this site sits amidst unspoiled wilderness where caribou and muskox will be your most common neighbor. Access is by bush plane, helicopter, or a challenging, but very doable, ATV ride. Portions of the area were worked by minor hydraulic methods, and a dragline way back in the 1950's when gold was $35 an ounce or less, but there's still LOTS of untouched ground left. The tailing piles of the dragline operation are still visible with remnants of an old camp perched on top. One cabin is still quite usable, as is a small tool shed nearby. The sauna is still intact too and may also be used as a tool storage or sleeping facility. With over one and half miles of creek frontage with shallow bedrock, (and grayling) suction dredging is probably the best method for gold recovery. However there's a LOT of bench material which is best mined with a washplant and equipment. Gold is generally chunky with some fine gold too. ALL test holes dug have yielded gold. Onsite is an almost new (only hours old) 6" inch Keene dredge (see pic) and some additional tools and supplies which are included with the sale of the claims. All though the previous owner tells us he took 5 ounces of gold from one small pick-up bed sized area of the stream, please do NOT expect to make all your money back in this first season! Gold STILL is where you find it, and finding it can be hit and miss, so this is probably not a get rich quick venture unless you hit a "Glory Hole". It may take serious work and time. The gold is there if you are willing to work for and find it. You will find these 6 claims adjoining land claimed by the same people who bring you the television show, "GOLD FEVER" and parts of it have been shown in some of their video work featuring their huge gold bucket dredge, "The American Queen. $30,000 Please serious inquiries only. Thanks for looking! Contact Dave@ 928-830-9005 or email :email@example.com
Nome Area - Added 11/11/13. Kougarok River 3.5 miles continuous Claims - 90 miles from Nome. Remote Alaskan Gold Claims - AK State gold mining claims for sale ....about 90 miles North of Nome. Good road for the first 86 miles then ATV trail. Must cross one river to access the claims so may need a raft or canoe as well. Plenty of water for dredging all season. Can run a 6" dredge w/o any water issues. One half mile up a side creek that has good gold history with bedrock close to the surface. Virgin ground...never dredged. Nice secluded, quiet valley setting, one of those valleys with lots of game. $8000 for both.
On the main Kougarok river we have 3.5 miles of continuous claims for sale...we've gotten mostly coarse gold in this area...got a 7.7 oz nugget suction dredging and many in the 1 oz range. There has only been about 260' suction dredged where 130+ ozs have been taken. Most of the claims have been bucket lined 80 years ago...they either missed some spots or there was frozen ground too tough for them to dredge. These are the spots to mine. There is bench ground available as well. We hold 8.5 miles of the river under claim and plan to mine further up next season but would consider an offer for all. It takes a sizable amount of money to go up there and mine...I'd say 20K minimum so keep that in mind if you respond to this ad....just the truly interested. Not interested in any % deals on the above claims but would on some others (see below). These are virgin to suction dredging claims in the second richest gold area on the Seward Peninsula. The reports are that the river was spotty but when gold was found it was extremely rich. Access is by ATV from the end of the road...we've pioneered an ATV trail that extends along the river through these claims accessed during low water; and they actually can be accessed by foot if necessary. I'll guarantee gold for I'm sure there's some value left where we did dredge. So even if you can't mine this coming season it may be wise to secure a good spot for the future. 160K for the lower 3.5 miles which includes a Bombi track machine for access.
Also, 360 acres very remote claims (14 miles from end of road on cat trail) 5claims on Eureka creek and 4 claims on the N Fork of the Kougarok....rich history of old time miners in that area, cabin (needs work) on claim which is a real plus....creek has enough water to handle a 6" dredge but a 5" would move around better...the NF can run what ever you want up to a 10". Asking 50K for all or 25K for Eureka creek and 40 for NF claims. This is a very interesting property for some younger guys that want to get away from the road and have an Alaskan wilderness experience while developing these claims....lots of equipment potential on the bench as well.
I have a few other claims. Two closer to Nome on a small creek with rich history. Also in the Iron creek drainage (which has very rich history) .Some tested and some virgin. Some suitable for equipment mining some for suction dredging. Some for sale; some I'd lease. One of the 'tested' is a three claim group on the main Kougarok where there is a paystreak 12" below the surface on false bedrock that extends throughout the whole 1/2 mile. I've tested this extensively and feel that there's 63 ozs to be dredged in the river at low water ( much more dredgable at higher water) The bench and bar have consistently 120 colors/pan so this could be rich equipment ground as well. Our tests show .7 dwt/100 square feet... If you're interested respond by email or phone telling me what type of mining you're interested in doing...what your experience is....if you're looking for remote wilderness. That type of thing...interested qualified parties only. We have over 2500 acres under claim so should have something that would work for most miners. Average cost to purchase is about 10K/claim...some are less if you wanted to take all of them in a given area.... some are more where we've tested paystreaks.
As far as leasing, I'm open to negotiations but basically would charge a set fee payable in advance and you'd keep all the gold...I don't want to have to check on you for royalties....can cause too much misunderstanding and I'm an active miner as well with a short season up there...takes too much time out of my own activities.
This is a first come first served offer....if a party or group wanted to come up and check the claims out before purchase we'd charge a fee...it takes a lot of time away from our own operation to show remote ground so minimum fee would be in the 2.5K range (any fees paid would apply to purchase price)...we may also be able to put a dredge into very remote virgin spots and have a party in there for a few weeks....price would be negotiable depending on what we'd have to supply. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 360-427-5367 or early mornings or evenings at 530-621-1086
Nome - Added 10/25/13. Offshore lease approximately 365 acres ADL 598757 within approximately 1 mile of Port of Nome $400,000 Please email Cliff McHenry at email@example.com or call 907-304-1842 Please leave message if no answer.
Fortymile Mining District - Added 10/31/13. Two leases, Gilliland Creek and Butte Creek, Gilliland Creek is approximately 30 miles out of Chicken on the Taylor Highway, mile marker 91. Complete turnkey placer gold mining operation in historic rich Jack Wade area of the 40 Mile District. There are 12-40 acre State Claims ready for you to mine. Equipment on site: (2) 1979 D8 K's, one is a ripper and the other is a winch cat, 2000 Komatsu Excavator PC-200 LC, International Dump truck 10 c/y, (2) 6" Diesel water pumps, 75-100 c/y El Jay Processing Plant, Trommel 30-50 yph, 1999 Ford F350 Diesel Crew Cab Pick-up, 2000 GMC Diesel Crew Cab Pick-up, 2000 gallon fuel storage tank, 25KW Diesel Generator, all the equipment is in good working condition. Lincoln Welder was working but is in need of an exciter coil, D8-46A Dozer with ripper needs repairs, Bantam Hoe working but older and has issues. Conex storage container, "Boneyard" of extra parts and metal for building and repairs. Property has a Shower House with washer and dryer in it. One bedroom cabin with propane stove and refrigerator, two campers with working propane stoves, heater and refrigerators, there are three other campers available for purchase. The property is beautiful with very comfortable campsite next to the creek. Gold is mostly chunky with some fines. Personal issues are forcing the sale of these properties. Both leases $450,000.00 Also included 16 - 40 Acre leases on Butte Creek off of the 40 Mile River. This property has never been worked with equipment and has huge potential. Butte Creek claims can be sold separately if desired. Contact Dean Race for more information, email goldfever1961@gmail or call 920-366-0430
Nome - Added 10/12/13. Eight 40 acre gold claims for sale. Claims are located near Salmon Lake 40 miles from Nome by road. Claims are on three separate creeks. I have geological mining history of turn of the century hand mining. No mining since early 1900's. Call for details 907-347-6625 $3,000/claim firstname.lastname@example.org
Mosquito Fork Fortymile River - Added 10/12/13. Two river bottom claims for sale on the Mosquito River. Half a mile from the town of Chicken. You can put in at Chicken Creek and float down river 200 yards to the claims. BLM fees paid for 2014. Dredging or highbanking. ADL # 552726 and 605294. $4000 per claim. Call (720) 466-0895 or email email@example.com
Dalton Highway - Updated 10/8/13. Ten federal gold mining claims. The first claim is 1-1/2 miles east of the Dalton highway across the middle fork of the Koyukuk near Wiseman, AK. Very good gold, large and fine, 94% pure the rest is silver. The camp is on that claim, easy access. There's a 20' x 24' cabin with hot/cold running water / shower / kitchen sink / propane refrigerator/freezer / cook stove / Oil heat / sleeps 4 or 5 for now. 1994 Hitachi ex 120-3 excavator / 1150 C case 6 way blade dozer / 450 case 6 way blade dozer with a attachable back hoe for it. 86 J.D. loader 644 . Large gravel pump that has 40' of 6" suction hose that attaches to a 12' extension that fits to the excavator bucket. This is for cleaning out the holes that the excavator or dozers can't pick up. It will discharge material up to 3 1/4 dia. thru a 4" x 100' pipe, then a steady spray of gravel 50' or further / excellent for clean up. Trommel with 2 sluice box's and a boil box / wash plant (shaker). 1 - 4" 2 - 3" 1- 2" Honda trash pumps. Many 100's of feet of water hose. 7500 w Honda generator/ 2 air compressors / jack hammers drill bits, auger steel. Welder / cutting torch and bottles , drill press / 20'x40' tent shop with 2 wooding benches with vice and lots of repair tools and parts. I have a fold up small backhoe that fits in a swamp buggy that is there. A drill rig that's does the same thing. 32' travel trailer 5th wheel. Only 2 of the claims have had any mining done on them with equipment and that has been by myself and son, and only in a small scale and very little ground. The largest nugget that I have recovered was only 1 once, but a lot of ones just under that. The mine has developed into more than I can handle. Please only miners that are serious and can afford to invest in a mine that has large gold and boulders to deal with and more money and help then I have respond. email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 907-347-4973 price is $750,000.00 Price reduced to $650,000.00
Central, Alaska - Added 10/2/13. Harrison Creek: Two
40 acre claims and one 160 acre claim, all the claims have water running
through them and are virgin ground.
Offshore 20 Miles East of Nome - Added 8/31/13. 55 claims
2,760 acres. Starting approximately 20 miles east of Nome, AK claims #715006
through #715060 starting on the east side of the Safety Sound bridge extending
east along the shore approximately 13.8 miles towards Bluffs. Mean high
tide to 1/4 mile offshore. Also liquidating are mining equipment. Equipment
White Creek, Valdez Creek Mining District - Added 8/18/13. Sixteen contiguous Federal mining claims for sale in the historic Valdez Creek Mining District; along White creek and extends up to Big Rusty Creek.; It is about half way between Paxson and Cantwell in East Central Alaska.; Mining operation is accessible by road from mile post 80 off the Denali Highway.; There is a gravel road off the milepost which leads to the old town site of Denali; Which is near the historic Valdez Creek mine; Was Alaska’s largest open pit mine and the site of mining operation by Cambior!; Steve Borell; a member of Alaska miners Association; states “It’s one of the most active districts in the state and has proven itself as a huge placer gold deposit”; Geology of Property; Geology in this are is consistent with the rest of Valdez Creek Mining District. Geologist James Adler; conducted tests the tests consisted of six drill holes entitled drill line 100; the placer removed proved to be similar and; nearly geologically identical to that found at other mines in the district.; James Adler all so stated that it “Is possible that this is a continuation of one of the rich placer mined downstream.; Drill logs showed that the majority of the pay dirt is 20-58 feet deep. After analyzing the gold taken from Drill line 100 it showed to be; relatively course with rough edges. this indicates that the source could be nearby.; Geologist Steve Teller also examined the samples taken from Drill line 100. The chemical composition of the gold; is identical to the gold that was being mined at the LARGE Denali (operated by Cambior) mine; downstream on Valdez Creek.; Asking $4,000.000; For more information contact 1-907-376-9483 or 1-907-715-7527
White River (Yakataga Area) - Added 8/18/13. HUGE PRICE REDUCTION!! Motivated Seller. Great gold values in 431 acres of state of Alaska placer mining claims on five miles of stream, it has high grade samples on the 16 claims. Grades vary, but the average of 18 large samples is .0369 fine ounces per cubic yard of fine grained and flakey gold at shallow depths, huge volume of gold bearing placer gravels. Bring heavy equipment. 900 foot airstrip and trails, professionally surveyed claims, professional sampling program data and mineral report on request. Gold mining has occurred on the property in the early years and more recently, but 99% of ground is waiting to be mined. Some heavy sands and boulders to deal with. Adequate water and water rights come with the purchase. No mining equipment on site, but there is a cabin. More information is available on request. Complete buy out preferred. This property is for sale at $4,000,000. Serious inquiries only. Contact: Jim Halloran, email@example.com for a mineral report on this property.
Eagle Creek (Alaska Range) - Updated 7/12/13. Forty 40 acre state mining claims located on Eagle Creek, about one mile above Mankomen Lake. New camp built in 2012, main cabin in 16' x 28' with kitchen and bathroom, 16' x 20' cabin has bathroom and shower and TV/lounge room. There are also in addition two 12' x 16' cabins, one with kitchen. there is a 1500 foot airstrip located on the claims; trail access is also possible from Mentasta Lake about 25 miles overland. Fantastic hunting area, moose, brown bear, black bear, sheep, caribou, etc. A turn key deal. Contact Tim Green of Northwest Mining LLC (907)374-8384 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cache Creek (Petersville Area) - Added 5/8/13. Approximately 72 Miles north Of Wasilla to Trapper Creek then approximately 35 Miles west into the Old Petersville & Cache Creek Area. Lots available for private ownership! Historical gold mining area - federally patented land - recreational gold mining allowed on your lot. Over 100 lots to choose from ranging from 9 – 10 Acres. 4,000 ft. airstrip access for lot owners. Road access in the summer months. Popular snow machine country in the winter. $44,000/lot. Owner Finance Available! Amanda Salmon, Century 21 A to Z Realty (907) 841-2124 email@example.com
Peters Creek (Hatcher Pass) - Added 5/8/13. Two mining claims on Peters Creek, 40 acres each. ATV accessible, good gold, beautiful area ,very nice campsite 20 yards from creek. ADL# 665672 little bear #4 and ADL #665673 little bear#5 $12,000.00 Call Ted at 231-437-6056 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sourdough Creek (Circle Mining District) - Updated 5/1/13. Ten connected 40 acre mining claims located off Steese Highway, on Sourdough creek. Claim #'s ADL605311, ADL612902 - ADL612910. Road access to all claims, mining cabin, bunk house, beaver pond for water. Sourdough creek runs through middle of upper claims. Click here for concentrate assay. $350,000 for all. Neva Mills - 907-389-6382 email@example.com or Kyle Meeks - 360-870-5857 firstname.lastname@example.org
Near Coldfoot - Added 4/29/13 Seven contiguous 40 acre State claims, located about 20 miles north of Coldfoot, and 6.5 miles East of the Dalton highway. Unmined claims. Access by snowmachine or ATV. All seven for $28,000, or $4,800 each if sold individually. Contact: email@example.com
Nugget Creek - Added 4/13/13. Patented Placer Claims 112 Acres on Nugget Creek. Good access, 20 minutes from downtown Fairbanks. I am currently mining on Nugget Creek, above the patented ground and just acquired another tract further downstream. I have too much acreage for myself, my wife and 3 daughters to mine but this would be perfect for a partnership or experienced mining outfit. On Google Maps begins: 64.949299,-147.387112 and ends: 64.947729,-147.357587 $750,000 Contact Kenny Monzulla at 907-FiVe NiNer 8 FourtyFour FiFty4 or you can email Ray Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Bering Sea, Sledge Island - Added 4/13/13. State tideland mineral claims off the north end of Sledge Island. The sediment at the north end is a massive glacial deposit of gravel and cobble. It has not been mined. Water depth is from zero to 36 feet. Lease for dredge use, or purchase. Call for more information: 360-201-8485
Fortymile River - Added 3/8/13. Seventy-five river bottom claims for sale, same owner 30 years. Will sell in whole or in parts. 50+ claims are north of the Fortymile bridge and the rest south of the bridge. One bench claim with cabin about 8 miles down from bridge by nugget gulch river, cabin and bunk house fully furnished generator pumps tools, 8 in Keene triple sluice dredge and all gear. Cabin is 20 acre bench claim adl no. f59309. Outer claims are Steel Creek no.326999 to 327017 also claims at Bonanza Creek, Flat Creek, Moose Creek adl no.506231 to 506240 and on and on. Also available hovercrafts, jet foot boats and motors. For more info call 239-872-6767 Peter Gonsalves 8 to 8 eastern standard time only.
Jack Wade Tributary - Added 2/25/13. Six contiguous State 40 acre claims on tributary of Jack Wade Creek in the Forty Mile district. The area is known for its large nuggets and gold deposits. Claims appear to have never been worked. Reachable by Taylor Hwy and 2477 trail. Reason for selling; retiring. $7,500.00 per claim but would prefer to trade for 10,000 lb to 14,000 lb mini excavator for all six claims. Call Bob 701-425-8119 cell or email email@example.com
Discovery Creek - Added 2/25/13. Nine 160 acre state claims located approx. ten miles north of Hastings Creek and Nome Council Hwy, 13 miles ENE of Nome. Drill records may be found with Nome Gold. This land has year round water. ADL's- 714912 thru 714920. All are located in K010S 032W. Legal location posted on 7-29-2012. Asking price 15K each or all nine for 100K. Consult Alaska DNR for permit requirements and regulations. Seller/s are not responsible for any changes DNR may make during the sale of these claims. All fee's are paid in full for the year 2012 and are due again in late 2013. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Nome Offshore Claims - Added 2/25/13. ADL710524, ADL710525, ADL710527 All three located in K012S 031W. Legal location posted on 10-20-2011. Approx. 16 miles east of Nome, AK. Located off the Nome-Council Hwy, a well maintained road. Excellent beach access. Asking price 45K each 160 acre state claim or all three state claims for 100K for all 480 acres. Owner/s can not mine the beach, claim mining is only allowed from mean high tide and out to southern boundaries of claim/s. Please view Alaska Mapper for all legal notices and confirm the ADL #'s. Seller/s are not responsible for any changes DNR may make during the sale of these claims. All fees are paid in full for the 2012 and are due again in late 2013. firstname.lastname@example.org
Solomon River (east of Nome) - Updated 2/25/13. Price reduced to $65,000 from $85,000 and will include with sale a 2004 Polaris 330 4x4, 1994 Ford 2WD pickup and a 20’ connex converted to living quarters. Property consists of 13.41 acre patented mining claim (USMS 705, Number 10 Below Discovery on Solomon River Placer Claim ) located 40 miles east of Nome along the Nome Council Road. Property is located just north of Lee’s Camp and directly across from the “Three Friends Dredge” at Mile Post 40. West side of the property was dredged by the Three Friends Mining Company back in the early 1900’s by a flume dredge. A 1987 Resource Report estimates an area of 10,000 cubic yards of virgin ground with mineral potential on the East side. Report is available on request. The Solomon River splits the property. In 2009 gravel tailings were taken from the property for an Alaska DOT road project. During the 2010 gravel reclamation process, gold was found in the stripped area. One quarter ounce fine gold was recovered via high banker and 4” dredge in less than 15 yard processed from gravel reject pile. Subsequent testing in the gravel stripped area (1,250’ x 120’) has shown colors in nearly all test pans. Gold in test pan could be the result of the type of dredge used (flume dredges did not have a trommel and used high water pressure to push the rocks through the dredge) or the dredge not hitting bedrock. There is an estimate 400 oz’s in the gravel stripped area based on the small sample run. Post mining property could be sold as camp sites due to close proximity to Nome. For further information email email@example.com
Bering Sea Gold Claims - Added 2/25/13. We have multiple claims in the area and will sell them individually or in a group of three. The claims are north of Cripple River, making them 20 miles from Nome. They are all 40 acre tidewater claims. Claims start at Mean High Water and extend 1/4 mile off the beach shore into the ocean. All mining must be done below this Mean High Tide Line. There is a right of way along the beach for access from the land. Dredging permits are issued thru the DNR and you must receive one before they will allow any dredging to take place on these properties. We are asking $100,000 each of these claims. ADL 665674 Mad Dog I, ADL 540682 Mad Dog II, ADL 545252 Happy Guy Call Fred at (907) 260-3401 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alfred Creek (behind Sheep Mountain) - Updated 2/20/13. Mining camp for sale on Alfred Creek near Sheep Mountain 123 miles from Anchorage. Over 3,200 acres in eighty-three State of Alaska mining claims. Mining camp is 12 miles off Glenn Highway (mile 123) and has road drivable by truck or 4 wheeler in the summer and snow machine in the winter. There is also a 2000 foot airstrip at camp. Six buildings include a heated main house with kitchen, bedroom, shower with hot water on demand, and storage area. Caretaker's cabin has a heated kitchen and bedroom. Also has modern outhouse, tool shed, an old miner's cabin and shelter. Equipment includes a 6x6 truck, a 5 ton army truck, 6x6 fuel truck, 6x6 hydraulic power truck with complete mining plant, and a Detroit diesel power plant. Mining records for '09 available. Water rights and exploration records available on most claims.
Ideal business for suction dredging, metal detection work, panning, high banking or recreational use. Great area for hunting for moose, caribou, sheep, wolf and fox. Asking $800,000 Price reduced to $400,000 for package. For more details contact Ed DeWitt (907) 563-1822 or Cell (907)227-0801. email: email@example.com
Alfred Creek - Added 1/19/13. Two 160 acre mining claims and seven 40 acre mining claims. Total 600 acres, all the claims are on Alfred Creek in the Palmer recording district. Turn key operation for claims and equipment. Asking price $415K. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Cell #907-240-7102 or 907-244-4353.
Little Eldorado Creek - Added 12/19/12. Near Fairbanks, drains the north side of Pedro Dome. Bedrock in the headwaters area consists of granodiortie on Pedro Dome and micaceous quartzite, quartz-mica schist and pelitic schist of the Fairbanks schist unit. Gold is mainly in the bench placers with some gold in the creek. Bedrock is quartz-mica schist at a depth of 60 to 120 feet. Concentrates contain gold, cassiterite, scheelite, and wolframite. Bench placer mining took place in 1907-27, 1930-31, 1938-40 and drift mining has been active throughout the 1990's, especially in the lower parts of the creek. Total production as of 1924 was worth $2,414,000 (Smith, 1926), and production figures are not available for more recent operations. For sale or lease - $290,000. Contact Stewart Smith or Ryan Mae Lucas (Members of the Alaska Miners Association and Real Estate Brokers for Keller Williams Commercial) at 907-865-6505 or email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Canyon Creek - Updated 11/26/12. Three 40 Acre Canyon
Creek State Mining Claims Located approx. 8 miles South of the Hope cutoff
at mile 49 of the Seward highway on the Kenai Peninsula. Easy access from
Anchorage. The claim is located in the middle of a group of producing claims
in a well know gold area. This sale will also include the first rights to
3 claims that are in the process of being transferred from the federal (BLM)
to state. All claims have easy access by road. I have 3/4 share in all these
claims. Asking $35,000 for all. Call Arlen at 907 952-4772
Canyon Creek - Added 10/18/12. 40 Acre Canyon Creek
Federal Gold Mining Claim. AKAA No. 093291 Located approx. 4 miles South
of the Hope cutoff at mile 52 of the Seward highway on the Kenai Peninsula.
Easy access from Anchorage. The claim is located in the middle of a group
of producing claims in a well know gold area. There is good dredging areas
and exposed bed rock. Will consider 5 or 6 inch dredge as partial trade.
Price reduced, asking $20,000 or make offer. Please call
Bill at 907-653-1959 0r 907-903-1392 Thank you. Note: I am not interested
in any deals where you work the claim and pay me. I am interested in money
and dredges only.
Last Chance & Eldorado Creek (Fairbanks) - Updated 10/18/12. Historical Mining District. 30 minute drive from Fairbanks. Approximately 145 acres. Active placer mining on abutting claims. ADL 329039 336614 336615 336616 336617 336618. $290,000 Contact Colin 425-961-0357 email@example.com
Tin City (NorthWest of Nome) - Added 10/10/12. PATENTED MINING CLAIM IN NORTHWEST ALASKA Over 30 acres, $14,000. This was last mined in 1909, and Gold, Silver and Tin was found on the property. Cash offers only, no owner finance available. Patented, titled, privately owned land NOT A LAND LEASE! Deiter Lodes 1, 2 &3 For more information including title information, maps, and photographs contact Melissa Ford, Broker/Owner of Nome Sweet Homes Real Estate Brokerage 907-443-7368 or view the website at: http://tincitydeiterlode.nomesweethomes.com
Big Eldorado Claim Group - Added 9/21/12. WRANGELL ST.ELIAS NATIONAL PARK, CHISANA MINING DISTRICT - LEGAL DESCRIPTION BIG ELDORADO CREEK. A tributary to Chavolda creek in the Chisana Mining District and Fairbanks Recording Precinct Alaska. T-4N, R-19E, sections 16,17,21,28. Copper River Meridian, Big Eldorado Creek. Nabesna A-2 Quadrangle. The names of the claims are: Tony #1, Rocky #1, ole #1, Ole #2, Ole #3, Ole #4, and Ole #5. These are unpatented placer mining Claims. B. L. M. Location Numbers Rocky #1 AA-027052 Tony#1 AA-027053 Ole#1 AA-027054 Ole#2 AA-027055 Ole#3 AA-027056 Ole#4 AA-027057 Ole#5 AA-027058
These are extremely rich placer claims with lode. These are permitable, minable claims. Just before I became disabled I was approved for a 10 year 30 yd. per. Hr. mining plan. Bulk testing showed stream bed values to be around ¼ oz. cu. yd, overburden is shallow to none. (Joe Davise 1917, 884 cu. Yds, 220.5 oz. of gold). Benches and hillsides showed much more, some samples were in excess of 1 oz. per cu. yd. Bedrock assays and evident alteration and visible pyrite mineralization indicate that the local bedrock underlying Big Eldorado Creek is the source of the placer gold, the bright crystalline nature of the pacer gold reflects origins in hydrothermal altered bedrock. Both in disseminated and polymetallic vein form. Metallic assay results in bedrock suggest a strong possibility that the claims are peripheral to an intrusive-hosted disseminated load deposit. The claims have excellent exposure of mineralized bedrock and have high-grade veins. There are two massive sulfide veins estimated at 99% massive, assays show these veins to be strongly mineralized.
The larger chunky gold has a pattern indicating it was deposited between vein and fine grained wall rock, Decomposed altered diorite found in pockets in altered areas around veins, Pockets of gold found in this type of rock always seems to be fine, some wire type larger gold seems to be injected into quartz fractures next to highly altered areas. Gold found in areas of clay veins by cabin seam to be injected into rock fractures as far as 30 to 50ft from veins. One of the massive sulfide veins when exposed had a width of approx. 15ft the other one I believe to be around 5 to 7ft. Big Eldorado Creek gold is approximately 50% nuggets and testing shows this deposit to be up the slopes to the boundaries of the claims. Big Eldorado Creek is a remote high mountain claim group with the upper claim situated at around the 5,200 foot level, the claims are about 8 air miles N.E. of Chisana, access for heavy equipment is by winter trail. The value of gold on Big Eldorado Creek way out ways the remote location, and you don’t have 10 or 20 foot of frozen permafrost to rip off.
If any one is interested you can make me a REASONABLE offer (no lease). I will try to put more info on a PDF file or I can send info to you. Contact, Mark Fales home: 1-231-972-0509 cell: 1-907-590-8778 Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Porcupine Creek - Added 9/21/12. Over 2,000 acres of State of Alaska Mining claims located along 2 ½ miles of Porcupine Creek (13 – 160 acre claims) located approximately 4 miles from the paved Tok Cutoff Highway and situated along a Right of Way for easy access - RS2477 right of way goes right through the claims. We have two of the 160 acre claims leased out right now with each one of them paying at least 15% royalty. One of them is geared for mining next season – they spent this summer moving in equipment and clearing a 3 ½ acre area for mining in 2013. You could let someone else do all the work and you get a percentage of the gold recovered. The area has produced 180,000 ounces of gold (north in the Slate Creek and Miller Gulch area) and, according to Corvus Gold, these claims are in the same gold belt. See the reports and testing at http://www.corvusgold.com click on “projects” then “Chisna” and look at the charts for the “Grubstake” area of their report. These claims are surrounded by Corvus claims (these claims are located in the lower right in their Grubstake area). In fact, they staked these claims too and rescinded their claims after they determined that these claims belonged to us. $550,000 – terms possible with a residual royalty agreement for a percentage of the gold recovered. Call me at area code: (520) 709-0601 Cell phone or email: email@example.com
Slate Creek / Miller Gulch - Added 9/21/12. 160 Acre State of Alaska mining claim. It is located at the head of Miller Gulch with Slate Creek located at the south end of Millers Gulch. Claim is in the Fairbanks mining district and may be researched on the DNR website using Case Lookup and enter (Fairbanks) F020S015E section 14. The claim number is 663786 and the claim name is GMAPA-45. This area has produced 180,000 ounces of gold and this claim is in the midst of the Corvus Gold area which they have named the “POW” project: http://www.corvusgold.com Go to Corvus Gold website and click on “projects” then “Chisna” and look it up. I don’t believe this claim was ever mined and it may partially lie in what is called the “Big 4”. You may want to check with DNR to verify but even if the part of the Big 4 is not minable there are at least 40+/- acres that are outside the Big 4. We also have two 40 acre claims close by in section 24 (F020S015E section 24). Claim numbers 662341 and 662342. Some acreage of these two claims lies over prior claims but they have acreage that may be mined. I will include these two claims with the purchase of the 160 acre claim. Price is $44,000 Call me at area code: (520) 709-0601 Cell phone or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kahiltna River Area - Added 9/5/12. This is your opportunity to own up to 2880 acres of gold mining rights (72-40 acre Alaska State Mining claims). Good tests results performed by St. Joes Mineral and Union Carbide. The site is located just 65 miles NW of Anchorage. It is located along a major river not only teaming with gold but also three major species of Salmon and has great hunting. It includes an airstrip and several rustic mining cabins and a Gold Mine Tourist Camp. Sell all or part or trade for aircraft(s) or real estate. To view the geologists report, summary or pictures click on the corresponding link. The web site is: www.alaskagoldmineforsale.com Price $3.75 Million Contact Dan Freitas 907-229-2834 email@example.com
Seward Peninsula (South of Kotzebue) - Added 8/17/12. Approximately 6,000 acres of mining claims available, consisting of approximately 1,000 acres of federally patented mining claims (fee simple) and almost 5,000 acres of state mining claims. Over 600,000 ounces of gold already reportedly (to the State of Alaska) removed from this area. Hard rock potential. Over 40 pieces of heavy and light mining equipment on site (D8s, D9s etc). Over 5,000 foot airstrip, which can accommodate DC-4 and DC-6 aircraft. Large machine shop, living quarters, fuel tanks, and other camp-related structures on site. Geological data, drilling reports, surveys, production reports and other relevant due diligence information available upon request. $6,000,000 obo. Please contact Derek, attorney and agent at 801-864-1757
South Fork Fortymile River - Added 8/2/12. These claims are in three groups, with a total of 16 river bottom, suction dredging claims. 6 of these claims are along the Taylor Highway. They are the most accessible claims on the river--location, location, location. No boat needed. I would prefer to sell them together instead of breaking up this group. However, I am flexible about this. Two miles down river from the South Fork Bridge, I have a group of 8 claims. And 9 miles down river there are two claims that one would need a boat to get to. This has been the most productive fork of the 40 Mile. $5,000-7,000 per claim. Contact me by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ganes Creek - Updated 8/1/12. 15,402 acres total, 2,642 acres in fee simple (patented), 12,760 acres State mining claims, the Ganes Creek property consists of 90 patented Federal claims and 238 State of Alaska claims, encompassing Ganes Creek for 12 miles. The total Gold reserves on the land is approx. 500,000 oz. only on the patented land as of today 02-23-2011 the $ value would be near $ 704,630,800 ( 1 troy oz. = $1409.25) There are living quarters for 30 people on site, 5000 ft. runway capable of receiving DC-4 and DC-6 aircraft, geology statements and exploration programs on request, newest density statements from 01-31-2001 performed at the Mineral Industry Research Laboratory at the University of Alaska read as follows: assumptions: gold fineness=870 with principal impurity b. silver gold density = 19.3 grams/cubic centimeter silver density=10.5 grams/cubic centimeter quartz density= 2.65 grams/cubic centimeter water density = 1.00 grams/cubic centimeter more details on request, equipment value on site over $ 3.0 M. See also www.akmining.com/ganes.htm $16,000,000 Klaus Steigler, Broker Talkeetna Real Estate P.O. Box 1001 Talkeetna, AK 99676 (907)733-5550 Office (907)733-5551 Fax Email Klaus: email@example.com
McCumber Creek - Added 7/5/12. I have three State claims (MCL 553741, 553742, and 553743) on McCumber Creek in the Delta River Mining District. The claims are all active and can be reviewed on DNR’s Alaska Mapper http://dnr.alaska.gov/Mapper/. Access and general description information is detailed in Bureau of Land Management Alaska Technical Report 57, pages 262-270 http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/etc/medialib/blm/ak/aktest/tr.Par.86412.File.dat/BLM_TR57.pdf. The BLM publication identifies the Lower McCumber Creek prospect (in which these three claims are located) as having a medium potential for economic development; the report was published when gold prices were only in the $600-700 range). The clear, non-glacial runoff water makes all three of these claims ideal for dredging, while the upper and lower claims offer potential for both dredging and small-scale washplant mining.
There is sufficient access to get into the area while being difficult enough to limit people who aren’t serious. There are multiple routes to access the claims. Only the upper claim has direct trail access, the lower two claims are accessed via the creek. There is an airstrip on the ridge between McCumber and Jarvis Creeks with an ATV trail leading down to the cabin on the upper claim. The claims can be accessed without crossing Jarvis Creek by using Fort Greely’s 33 Mile Loop road to Butch Lake then following a 9 mile ridge trail south to a smaller ATV trail that descends to the east side of McCumber Creek on the upper claim. There is also a trail from the Richardson Highway, near Donnelly Dome, that skirts the southern border of Fort Greely, crosses Jarvis Creek, and connects to the ridge trail, above. There are three other claim owners on McCumber and Morningstar Creeks located above and below these three claims; the ridge trail also provides access to each of these areas.
My sampling in 2011 and 2012 shows similar results as the BLM investigation with gold primarily on bedrock but with some gold in the stream bed gravels as well as small amounts of flood gold on point bars behind boulders; my sampling also recovered numerous garnets of varying sizes. Lastly, my sampling also confirmed the BLM report that the heavy sands are primarily composed of garnet sand with only small amounts of black sand. Each of the three claims has numerous bedrock exposures leading into the creek. The upper claim is the most accessible and holds a habitable cabin as well as some old workings with remnants of wooden longtoms. This claim contains the lower portion of the McCumber Creek Tributary referenced in the BLM report (page 260) indicating the possibility of a lode somewhere along the creek. The middle claim lies within a canyon; it has numerous small falls, settling pools, and large boulders. The lower claim is primarily after the canyon exit where the creek broadens and slows. The upper and lower claims contain bench deposits, although I have done no bench sampling as my primary sampling was for dredging.
Given the BLM report confirming the presence of economically recoverable gold, I’m offering these claims for $30,000 each or all three for $85,000. I am not interested in leasing the claims, but will entertain 1 week inspections with 4” or smaller dredges or up to 5 yard per hour trammel/highbanker/washplant for a rental of $1,500.00 and sharing of GPS coordinates for sampling locations and results. Contact Steve Tucker via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Wrangell Mountains - Added 7/5/12. Fly In Gold Mine in Wrangell Mountains Private Airstrip with two (1 acre each) Wooded Commercial Lots Commercial/recreational mining rights on hundreds of patented acres Coupled with 5 acre Homesite surrounded by water -small barge for access on your own small lake 1.5 miles from the airstrip Solar powered Original 12’ x 14’ cabin & attached 14 ‘x 22’ Greenhouse complete with Snorkel Stove/Redwood Hot Tub Portable Wood Mizer Sawmill Nesting Trumpeter Swans Great Gardens – Troybuilt and Mantis tillers Shop in old barn, lots of storage, loads of antiques Most everything you can dream of – Upright Piano in barn, 4 wheeler/3wheeler & trailers, snowmachines and sleds, Dr. Trimmer Brush Cutter, Wind Charger Generator with spare, 4” and 2” dredges and portable sluices, canoe & pontoon fishing float Unlimited Commercial Recreational Activities: • Recreational gold and copper mining sluicing, up to 4” dredging, unlimited detecting and panning • Hunting/Outfitting/Hiking Unsurpassed Wildlife and Bird Watching. loons, swans, eagles, hawks, owls, flickers, dippers; Otter, Bear, Muskrat, Moose, Sheep, Goat • River Rafting - short or long trips, clear to Cordova. Serious Inquiries Only - $580,000. Owner financing available – Possible Trade for Mat Valley Property 907 250-4056 or 907 929-5999 Leave Message. We will get back to you. Prior agreed access with owner is absolutely required.
Bering Sea Gold Claims - Added 6/13/12. We have multiple claims in the area and are interested in either leasing or selling them as individual claims or groups of claims. The majority of our claims are north of the Cripple River. This makes them anywhere from 15 to 30 miles from town and not easily reached by smaller dredges. We have both 40 acre and 160 acre claims available. We also have (2)- 40 acre claims on the east side of Sledge Island. They are all tidewater claims. It is possible that more claims will become available from our partners by the summers end. Claims start at Mean High Tide and extend into the ocean. All mining must be done below this Mean High Tide line. There is a right of way along the beach for access from the land, but no camping on claim or mining above Mean High Tide is allowed. Dredging permits are issued thru the DNR and you must receive one before they will allow any dredging to take place on these properties. Mainland claims-7 miles of mainland claims are available (14) 160 acre claims that can be divided into (56) individual 40 acre sections. Leasing- 30 % of gross to land owner, there may be multiple lessees on some sections. Exclusive leases - will require an $8,000 per 40 acre section, none refundable retainer. Sales - 40 acre parcels are available @ $28,000 per parcel these do not need to be contiguous. 160 acre contiguous claims are available @ $100,000 per claim Sledge Island Claims - these are on the East side of the island Only (2) of these 40 acre claims are available @ $50,000 each. We look forward to hearing from you email@example.com
Nome Placer Claims - Added 6/11/12. Patented BLM claims totaling 170 acres with 140 minable. Great location immediately adjacent to the city of Nome and within the city limits. Great real estate potential as well. Patent claim drilling indicated possible 34,000 oz. in place. Make offer. Respond with serious interest only to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nome Gold Mine and ‘Discovery’ Subdivision - Updated 5/17/12. Nome Gold Mine and “Discovery” Subdivision for sale is 5 miles from Golden Beaches of Nome and “Discovery Offshore” leases. 85 year old miner/owner forced to retire for medical reasons. Four acre mining site is permitted for 2012-2013 season production. Some equipment on site that was used last year. 25 lot Subdivision has 12 mining lots left unsold. The lots range from 2-4 acres (Average going price has been $40,000 each lot). Mining rights go with lots. Ideal for person wanting to start mining, this year. If interested, the complete package is $350,000. Contact me at email@example.com
Jack Wade (Fortymile) - Updated 4/3/12. The following federal claims are for sale. All of these claims lie on or adjacent to the Taylor Highway and Jack Wade Creek. These claims start at around the mouth of Ophelia creek and go upstream. All claims $1000 - $2000 per acre cash or take gold in trade. Leases not considered. 1. FF54306 No. 12 Jump Off Joe 14.918 acres 2. FF54307 No. 8 Above Lower Discovery 19.486 acres 3. FF54309 No. 10 Above Lower Discovery 17.521 acres 4. FF54311 Martin Fraction No.1 26.147 acres 5. FF54316 No. 16 Above Lower Discovery 18.991 acres 6. FF54321 No. 8 Above Upper Discovery 16.760 acres 7. FF54325 SeeJaySee Association 32.075 acres For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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