🇺🇸20 Acre Gold Mining Claim, Placer Burnt River, Oregon BAKER 🇺🇸

Category Real Estate Land

Current price $1,575.00

Listing type Chinese

Location New York, New York 100** US

Quantity sold 0

Quantity available 1

Bids 8

Seller naturalresource841 (71)

Seller rating 100% positive feedback

State/Province Oregon

Seller State Of Residence New York

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20 Acre, Bull Runs Creek Gold Placer Claim, Grant County Oregon
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Item Description
You are bidding on the full price on the full purchase price a None-patented Placer Mining Gold Claim in Grant County, Oregon State. The claims location is on Bull Run Creek.
GRANITE DISTRICT INFO: The Granite district is between lat 44045' and 44054' N. and long 118018' and 118033' W., in eastern Grant County. As early as 1862 placer gold was mined from the gravels of Granite Creek, Clear Creek, and Bull Run; in 1874 lode mining became commercially important when the Monumental and La Belleview mines, the most productive lode mines in the district, were discovered. Much of the early placer mining was done by the Chinese, who at one time outnumbered the Americans. From World War II through 1959 the district was virtually idle with the exception of the Buffalo mine which supplied nearly all the lode gold mined in eastern Oregon during that period. The total lode production of the Granite district to be $1,800,000, most of which was in gold and in small amounts of silver. This would represent, conservatively, about 75,000 ounces of gold. Recorded lode production for the district from 1904 through 1959 was 37,250 ounces. Placers yielded $1,033,000 in gold through 1914. Recorded placer production from 1904 through 1959 was 34,080 ounces and total gold production for the district was about 160,000 ounces.
SITE INFO:
* Easy access to creek
* 2wd access. Excellent quad/motorcycle trails in area.
* Local gravels on bedrock.
* Large gravel bars and several bends of the creek.
* Tree roots & grass clumps, downed trees, logs, etc.
* Medium to shallow water.
* Mining level: Recreational to intermediate.
* Quiet and safe area; very beautiful.
* Children and senior friendly - fun for all!
* Nearest town many amenities
The Bull Run Creek run good all year. There are a number of gravel, pools that will provide many opportunities.
The pools are relatively shallow and air is not required to reach the bedrock. Hence, the prospecting skills required are recreation to intermediate. Miners who like to tackle the smaller creeks will equally enjoy this claim's abundant opportunities.
There is good access to the creek at many locations,. There is an excellent camp sites in the Area suitable for RVs.
Miners and prospectors will have a life-time of opportunities before this claim is played out. There is a convenience store, gas station, restaurant and pub. This spot is one of a kinda and you will want to add this claim to your portfolio.
CLAIM INFO:
Payment:
Upon full payment, + Plus $250 fee. We will send you a Quitclaim deed naming you as the new owner for this mining claim. All fee's and documents required by the BLM have been filed for this assessment year. You will need to file either an annual maintenance fee or an affidavit of the performance of annual work ($10.00), with a waiver form with the BLM before September 1st, 2022. And each following year. If you fail to file the paperwork properly, the BLM will close the claim.
1. GPS coordinates to get you there.
2. You will receive the BLM recorded "Quitclaim Deed" after the claim is paid in full and you will receive the Deed 4-6 weeks later.
PAYMENT INFO:
I accept certified check or money orders only.We now accept credit cards and debit cards. Payment is due within 24 hours after Auctions Ends. Mailing of Quit Claim deed to the buyer may take up to 3 weeks after payment clears. Serious Bidders Only.

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