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I have also used David H. Fell and Co. They are honest and quick.

 

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I recommend El Dorado. Steve is a great guy to work with for your gold refining and jewelry needs as well as being a fellow prospector and forum member.

Steve, I still intend to do a write-up about the beautiful ring you made for my wife. Jodie has had some serious health problems and all the other life issues have gotten in the way. I haven't participated in the forums much this year as such. 

Mike 

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Mike, Best of luck and hope she gets well soon.

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Just wanted to do a follow up on this post.  I had Steve do the refining for me.  Steve is a great guy (and helped teach me how to use my detector) and I would definitely recommend anybody to him.  Great price and turnaround for me so many many thanks.

Calgeo

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