GOLD MINE Historic Helena MT Lucky Strike Gold Placer Gold Mining Claim

Category Real Estate Land

Current price $2,000.00

Listing type Chinese

Location Bozeman, Montana 597** US

Quantity sold 0

Quantity available 1

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Seller ken59047 (415)

Seller rating 100% positive feedback

Type Of Claim Placer

Featured Refinements Gold Mining Claim

Property Address Townsend, MT

State/Province Montana

Seller State Of Residence Montana

Zip/Postal Code 59644

Zoning Mixed

City Townsend

Acreage 20.0

Type Unpatented Mining Claims

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HISTORIC LUCKY STRIKE
20 ACRE PLACER CLAIM - PARK DISTRICT - BROADWATER COUNTY, MONTANA
The Historic Lucky Strike Placer Mining Claim for sale, a 20 Acre Unpatented Placer Mining Claim. The claim is located just outside of Helena, Montana and has been properly marked. All claims have been carefully surveyed, mapped and researched. MT105771576
This is a remote Montana gold mine. Crow Creek runs through the middle of the claim, provides plenty of year round water for all your mining needs. During surveying gold was easily found in the material by panning. The valley bottom is old river bed material. The higher benches also hold old river bed material. The claim boasts good access and does get visitors driving through on the road. The claim was originally surveyed and sampled for rich, free gold deposits in the gravels. There are plenty of areas to camp near this claim.
The creek bed is over 600 feet on this claim and there is water year round. It is likely there is some native silver, sapphires, and possibly some relics to be found on the claim but the primary commodity will be gold. Crow Creek is known for it's gold and there are multiple lode mines along the high benches of the creek and in the area that have been feeding good gold into the creek for hundreds of years. This is not a claim to pass up!
It is likely there has been some work done after 1900 based on the remnants and items seen in the area. It is estimated by the surveyors that the claim has been worked intermittently in the early 1900's. No effort to mine for many decades is evident. The gold that you will find on this claim has been washing down from the mines, hills and gulches above and depositing and replenishing the gold on this claim. There is plenty of room to setup your sluice or highbanker and shovel material right next to it or bring it from the wide valley floor that is the old river bed. The valley floor is more than a hundred feet wide so there is plenty of opportunity here!
There is direct road access to this claim and room for staging, parking and other operations. This is an unpatented mining claim for sale. Mineral rights only for recreational mining. The land is public land. This is not a homestead or land for sale.
The best gold is on bedrock. Crow Creek is one of the creeks in the district that was mined by hand in the late 1800's. There is still good gold in the creek, benches and on bedrock on this claim.
The Bureau of Mines has estimated that demonstrated U.S. reserves of gold are 85 million ounces. Approximately one-half of the total resources are estimated to be by-product gold, while 40% of the remaining one-half (56 million ounces) could be mined for gold alone ... Most U.S. gold resources are in the nation's western states. About 80% of the U.S. gold resources are estimated to be in Alaska, California, Idaho, Montana and Washington. (Earthsearch, Inc. 1983)
Overview of the Mines
The Lucky Strike Mine is in an area with rich gold mining history. Estimates of total production for the district by 1911 were between $2 and $8 million. But as with all old mines and mining districts in the Western U.S., the old timers NEVER got it all!
We sell a lot of mining claims and everyone tells us how happy they are with them. People first want the gold for the value but once they get out to their own claim they love the freedom they have to work and enjoy the great outdoors. Don't wait, get your own gold mine before it's too late. The Lucky Strike mine is located in the northeast quarter of section 36. Lucky Strike claim is about 5500 feet in altitude.
> _ While it is sometimes said old mines have been 'worked out' as the saying means there is no gold left, the truth is "it is better to say they are worked over; it is also true that the primitive methods used and the wasteful haste to get rich indulged in, left much of the gold in the ground, so that improved methods ... will give even better results than those first obtained." (MBMG Open Report 466) _
_ Montana is ranked 7th by the USGS for total gold production in the US and has 31 mining districts. Gold production for the 1800's to 1968 is 17.8 million ounces and large amounts of gold have been mined from 1968 to present. Geologists have predicted that based on the past and the geology of Montana that several large gold and silver deposits will be found and developed in the future. _
Details about the Mine:
Access to the Mine
You can drive a full size truck or RV to the mine.
Tailing Present
Some. Loose gravels in the creek bed of small pebbles to larger boulders. Boulders are great places for the gold to hide. Benches on both sides of the creek are virgin ground.
Depth / Length
Over 600 feet of creek bed gravels. 1320 feet side to side with gold bearing benches.
Minerals in the Mine
Historically mined for gold. Minerals of sapphire, quartz, pyrite, galena, silver, black sands with rare earth minerals would be expected.
Foot traffic at the mine
Some
Last Worked
Unknown
Number of Mines
1 Placer
Nearest city with amenities
Helena, approximately 16 miles
Access to the Claim
A very good dirt road breaks off from the Interstate and runs all the way onto the claim.
Parking and Staging on the Claim
Claim is situated so it allows for parking of vehicles if desired.
Resources
Year round water, grasses, sage and trees
Structures on claim
None
Elevation
Aprox. 5600 feet
Photos
THIS IS THE PERFECT PLACE TO MINE UNDISTURBED BY YOURSELF.
OR BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY AND HAVE A LOT OF FUN IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS!
ALL THE GOLD FLOWS INTO THE CREEK FROM MINES ABOVE AND ENTERS THIS CLAIM.
CREEK IS READY TO SET YOUR STREAM SLUICE IN IT!
BOTH THE BENCH AND CREEK BED HOLD GOLD AND ARE WELL WORTH YOUR EFFORTS.
THERE IS PLENTY OF GRAVEL IN THE CREEK BED AS WELL AS THE BENCHES WHICH ARE VIRGIN GROUND.
OVER 600 FEET OF CREEK BED TO MINE AND 20 ACRES OF GOLD BEARING MATERIAL
Climate / Weather
USGS Information
ECONOMIC INFORMATION ABOUT THE DEPOSIT AND OPERATIONS
OPERATION TYPE
Placer
DEVELOPMENT STATUS
Past Producer
COMMODITY TYPE
Metallic
COMMODITIES
* Gold- Primary
NEARBY SCIENTIFIC DATA
* Cretaceous volcanic rocks
REFERENCES
USGS Database - 10220474, 10269481, 10172881, 10196776
Mining District Information
CROW CREEK AKA PARK AKA HASSEL DISTRICT
The Park District has been known under a few different names - Crow Creek and Hassel. Some online references use Crow Creek and others use Park. The Certificates of Location list Park Mining District but either of the other names would be legal also.
The Crow Creek mining district is located ten miles west of Townsend on the Northern Pacific Railway. The district first began to be worked in 1866 when good placer grounds were discovered in Crow Creek. By 1871 it is estimated that $50,000 had been taken from the gravels. Some bars yielded as much as $50 per man per day; the 100 men working the creek averaged $7 per man per day. The work was seasonal for as long as the water lasted. A dam was constructed in the 1870s to control the flow of water and to extend the placer season (Stone 1911; McCormick 1990).
The original placers were found in benches above Crow Creek. Materials ranged from small boulders to clay and sand, all of which were derived from andesite and sediments to the west. The lower Crow Creek placers worked in the 1940s were found in a false bedrock that was one to six feet in thickness and overlain by eight to ten feet of barren gravel (Lyden 1948).
The town of Saint Louis, which was later renamed Hassel, was established in 1875 and, for a time, 35 to 40 miners resided there. The Hassel mining district consists of a cluster of claims at or near the site of the historic mining camp of Hassel. Sometimes referred to in the mining literature as "the mines near Hassel" and other times as "the Hassel mining district," the area experienced several periods of mining activity. Groupings of mines within the area reflect these periods of activity. The oldest group consists of placer claims which follow the bed of Crow Creek and were located in the 1860s. The Little Giant and W. A. Clark claims, located on Giant Hill in the northeast quarter of Section 2, were discovered in the late 1860s and later worked in the 1870s and 1880s. Two other groups of claims -- the Diamond Hill group in Section 36 and the Blacksmith group in Section 1 just west of the the townsite of Hassel -- were located as early as the 1860s and 1870s, but the Diamond Hill is primarily associated with the 1890s developments centering on the construction of a 120 stamp mill. In 1890 the Crow Creek district listed the Cyclone group -- Patsywa-tomie, Mineral Hill and Silverware -- as active. The Park district listed the Clipper, the Gold Dust, Switzerland, Uncle Ed, Silver Bell, Jaw Bone and Hard Cash as active. At that time the Dumphy 20-stamp mill, the Smith 20-stamp mill and the Emanuel 5-stamp mill were actively reducing the ore (McCormick 1990; Ferguson 1906; Swallow 1891).
As with most mining districts, the Park / Hassel / Crow Creek mining district on the east side of the Elkhorn Mountains has been discussed both in combination with other districts or separately with several different boundaries.
According to Stone (1911) the Park mines are located in Sections 15, 24 & 26 T7N, R1W, about five miles northeast of Hassel on Crow Creek. The Hassel mines, which he views as a separate entity, are described as "located 6 miles west of Townsend, on the Northern Pacific Railway, on Crow Creek in the northeast corner of T. 6N. R. 1 W".
Corry (1933) makes no distinction between the Winston, Radersburg and Townsend districts, and discusses the common geological and historical development of the greater district. Pardee and Schrader (1933) define the district as an area on the east side of the Elkhorn Mountains between the Winston and Radersburg Districts. It is drained by Crow Creek and branches of Crow Creek and is reached by a road that goes west from Townsend. Reed includes the upper part of Crow Creek and Eagle Creek which covers the main lode claims (Figure 1).
Small eddy basins on either side of the rockyprojections into the stream bed should carry placer gold and are worth careful prospecting ( Corry 1933).
Production from Park (Crow Creek District) from 1908 to 1957 more than 20,130 oz. of gold (Schell 1963). At gold price of $1700/oz. that works out to $34,221,000 today.
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GOLD AND MINERAL MINES OF MONTANA LLC GUARANTEE
The most important part of your mining claim is the mining claim documentation and location. Others may have the best intentions, but they often get it wrong. This results in you not getting what you paid for. We have been documenting, writing and transferring mining claims for over a decade. We know what we are doing.
Gold and Mineral Mines of Montana LLC guarantees that this mining claim has been written correctly and accurately. Please view all images and read complete claim description. We spend a lot of time and effort to accurately document all aspects of each mining claim.
This Guarantee is not any type of guarantee of mineral content, reserves or future earnings. Assay reports, reserves, and mineral values are provided as they have been recorded by external parties, and state and local mining reports. Historical records and production are provided for information only. We strongly advise all potential claim owners to educate themselves about mining claims. Please be fully aware of what is conveyed with this mineral claim. We do not guarantee suitability for any particular type of mining.
FAQ
Mining claims are a tangible asset and show your rights to all interests in minerals in the claim boundary. They can be bought, sold or used as collateral, just like any other piece of real estate. A mining claim can be sold, traded, leased, gifted, willed, used as collateral or transferred in part or in its entirety just like any other real property using a quit claim deed which is a recordable conveyance.
This auction is for 100% - all interest in this placer mining claim. This claim covers the entire site and includes full rights to all minerals and gems you may find on the property. The winner of this auction will receive a notarized quit claim deed to the full claim and all associated documentation showing full ownership of the claim.
Maintenance on all BLM mining claims is $165.00, per 20 acre or smaller parcel, annually. This must be paid on or before September 1st, every year unless you do more than $100 per year in improvements to the property, in which case you can file for and receive a waiver of the maintenance fee.
NOTE: If you own fewer than 10 claims nationwide, and you perform at least $100 in assessment work in the year, you can plan on paying just $15 per year for your maintenance fee instead of $165 if you file for a small miner waiver and have done the maintenance work required on the claims.
TRANSFERS OF OWNERSHIP IN MINING CLAIMS:
Interest in a legally valid and properly recorded mining claim or site may be transferred in part or its entirety. So you can will, gift, sell or lease your interest in this claim at any time in the future. A quit claim deed or recordable conveyance document is required and if you do sell the claim, the transfer documents should be filed within 60 days after the transfer.
With regard to transferring this claim initially into your name, we take care of all the paperwork. You do not have to worry about anything – we handle the County and BLM transfer documentation and the recording.
CAN YOU CAMP / BUILD ON YOUR MINING CLAIM?
Without an approved plan of operations, you have the same rights and restrictions as the public. If the area is open to camping to the public, then it is permissible for you to camp. However, you need to check with the BLM Field Office or the local District Ranger for areas open to camping. Under Federal law in order to occupy the public lands under the 1872 mining laws amended, for more than 14 calendar days in any 90 day period, a claimant must be involved in certain activities that (a) are reasonably incident; (b) constitute substantially regular work; (c) are reasonably calculated to lead to the extraction and beneficiation of minerals; (d) involve observable on-the-ground activity that can be verified; and (e) use appropriate equipment that is presently operable, subject to the need for reasonable assembly, maintenance, repair or fabrication of replacement parts. All five of these requirements must be met for occupancy to be permissible.
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LEGAL INFO
A mining claim gives the holder the right to mine on mineral-rich land that belongs to the federal government.
Gold And Mineral Mines of Montana LLC is selling legitimate and valuable historic claims.
Our legal counsel will complete all of the paperwork and documentation for recording and transferring FULL ownership of this mine into your name if you win the auction, AND we will ship you everything in one to two business days of receiving your payment in full. So you can plan to visit (and start working) your claim right away.
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We'll take care of all the paperwork and arrangements so you can enjoy your claim immediately after payment and keep you informed through the entire process with confirmations when payment is received and when your paperwork has been shipped.
Shipping
We will ship all paperwork/maps upon payment clearing.
PAYMENT
Your payment of this eBay item gives you 100% ownership of this entire claim, IN ADDITION TO THE FINAL AUCTION PRICE THERE IS A $350 FEE FOR FILING AND ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS. This is NOT an auction for the down payment, this is NOT a partnership arrangement where someone else will own part of the claim with you.
At the end of the auction we will send a request for payment to your email address on your profile with eBay. Payment is required within 24 hours of the end of the auction. Payments must be made before the claim will transfer and documents are shipped.
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