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How much gold is 'for sale?'

I guess you will have it when you come down here next week.


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here are some pictures--the Ak gold is what i found in the bottom of one of my rucksacks...

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I'm selling this at spot plus 10%--- I know that is on the high side if you are an investor---

But i'm not selling it as an investment tool---- I'm selling it to help some kids.

So most of you know where I'm coming from here.

Thanks to all of you who who have written and I hope I can get you what you want.

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Paul you wrote AK gold, but, I assume you meant Australian...

For many people it is the money, which is nice; but the thrill of the chase is the real treasure!


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Most of that is Australian Gold Fred but there are some Alaskan gold nuggets with the quarter in the picture.

I just wanted to give full disclosure.

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OK you all---- I think I got ahead of myself with the announcement that I was selling some Aussie gold.

I dont even have a set of scales that I can find---- AMAZON overnight please....😅


I had no idea that the response would be as good as it was. !!!!!

I think am going to break it down in some lot sizes some of you have asked for and see if that will work for you.

I will also set out the pieces that could be used for pendants.

I have been encouraged by a lot of you and it makes my day.

I just wish I had more to sell !!!

I will have to get back to work and find some more----

I go back in 90 days and I will have to, "Quit fn around," as the Taskmaster says."

Thank you again for all the kind words....



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Update: For those of you who expressed interest---

I have a new set of scale and containers on the way.

I should be able to get this figured out by the weekend.

It is funny how the requests have come in---Everything from, one small piece.... to two ounces----

Well that's OK .....Like the sign on the corner says:  "Anything Helps"     😜

Doesn't matter how little the order is, i will get it to you.

I am almost certain that an Australian test nugget would train your American detector to at least 40% more _______. (You can fill in the blank... )

BTW,  If you pick up an Aussie signal while you are in AZ though it may be a deep deep dig hole...

As my brother Tremain says,

"Much love to you mates"

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All weighed up---the first man that asked me is taking a bunch of it so i will have to delete those pictures.

He actually wrote me right when i got the pictures all done and said, We'll take that one, that one, that one, that one, and that one, and then those 2 ... 1/2 oz bags and then all the leonora and FNQ stuff... WOW!!!

Blew me away---

I appreciate all the action --this is going to help with the Fiji kids school costs immensely !!!

Thanks to you all ...!!!

i should have another ounce or two i thought-- i keep really good records when I am on the gold---just ask Trent!!!!!

Just made a sale!!! Here is what is left.... 1/4 oz = 356.00-------- 1/2 oz = 713.00


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