I found all these great nuggets in

Arizona's Golden Triangle

LSD, Rich Hill & Vulture Mine Goldfields

These beauties were all found with a Minelab SD2100 Metal Detector by Uncle Ron.

They were found in either the Vulture Mine Goldfield (V), the Little San Domingo Goldfield (LSD) or the Rich Hill Goldfield (RH).

Check out the special specimen below...It's a rare one-of-a-kind!!!

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Weight ID Photo & Description Price

($3.50 S/H will be added to price)

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1.0 Grams V-100 SOLD

$29.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

1.2 Grams V-101 Sold

$35.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

0.5 Grams V-102 SOLD

$14.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

0.6 Grams V-103 SOLD

$17.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

0.7 Grams V-104 SOLD

$20.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

1.2 Grams LSD-100 SOLD

$35.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

0.4 Grams LSD-101 SOLD

$12.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

0.7 Grams V-105 SOLD

$20.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

0.4 Grams LSD-102 SOLD

$12.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

0.6 Grams LSD-103 SOLD

$24.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

1.1 Grams LSD-104 SOLD

$32.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

1.4 Grams RH-100  

Sold

$49.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

0.3 Grams LSD-105 SOLD

$ 9.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

0.4 Grams LSD-106 SOLD

$12.95

(+$3.50 S/H)

 

1/4 Oz. LSD-Nugs1 SOLD

$200

 

 

17.5 Oz.

This rare specimen is from an undiscovered vein above the Octave Mine. It came directly off the vein and shows the pyrite cubes known to be associated with native gold in this location. This discovery may well precipitate a major mining operation. Comes with the Certificate of Authenticity shown. See more pix below.

OctSp

Special Alert for Collectors:  One of a Kind

$450.00  

I do not know how much gold is in the speci, but it is 1 inch long and 1/2 inch wide.  I do not know how deeply into the vein it extends.    This is your chance to add this beautiful and very rare specimen to your collection.  
    The Certificate of Authenticity reads as follows:

"This certifies that the Gold Specimen accompanying this Certificate of Authenticity was found on  a previously undiscovered quartz vein outcrop on the ridge on private property above the Octave Mine, Octave, Arizona.  This specimen was discovered February 4, 2007, by Ronald Long, of Wickenburg, Arizona, with the permission of the property owner.  The Octave Mines Company was formed in 1918.  OMC Mining Engineer J. Nelson Nevius reported that the Octave vein consists of massive gray to white quartz, with rare disseminations of pyrite and galena.  Little gold occurs as free gold, with most being microscopic inclusions on and within sulfide minerals.  Nevius stated that no coarse gold in quartz was ever found during the operations at Octave, but that in the very early days extremely rare small samples of native gold were discovered in the vein.  This specimen was discovered at the surface of an overlooked vein.  It displays near perfect pyrite cube formations which are known to be classically associated with native gold formations in the nearby Beehive Mine."

The certificate will be signed and dated.