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Bald Eagle #1-3

Unpatented Lode Claims

60 Acres

Sierra County, New Mexico

85,500 USD

NM #105234979

NM #105234982

NM #105234977

Primary Metals

Gold, Silver, Copper

Secondary Metals

Lead Nickel, Iron

Overview:

 

The Bald Eagle lode claims are three contiguous 20 acre claims surrounding a heavily mineralized and developed vein structure.  This claim holds one major shaft mine over 400 feet deep and 3 other small shaft mines.  In addition, there are three portals on the property as well.  Total tailings left over on the surface are in excess of 50,000 tons.  The primary metal mined was gold, silver and copper.  High quality surface ore abounds on these claims.  

Additionally, there are still remaining remnants of old ore bins, sorting houses and a mill.

The claims have good accessibility with a pickup truck or atv.  

This property is suited to small mining operators wanting a large and unique property to develop into an active mine.

Geology:

Associated Host Rock:

Volcanic Rock (Aphanitic), Intermediate Volcanic Rock, Andesite.

Stratigraphic Age:

Pilocene

Host Rock:

Volcanic Rock (Aphanitic), Intermediate Volcanic Rock, Andesite.

Ore Emplacement:

Most valuable ore in upper oxidized zone.  Ore confined to fissures and shear zones in eruptive rocks.  Veins trend N-NW.  Hanging-wall usually well defined.  Body of vein brecciated mass of andesite with filling and replacement by silica, calcite, and ore minerals.  High grade streak about 2' wide.

Commodities:

 

Primary:

Gold & Silver

Secondary:

Lead, Zinc, Copper

Materials:

Ore:

Anglesite, Chalcopyrite, Galena, Gold, Malachite, Sphalerite.

Gangue:

Calcite, Quartz 

History:

The Bald Eagle group of mines lives on to the modern day and modern mining methods.  In 1935 the Empire Mines and Metals Co begins the development of the Bald Eagle deposit.  Following a high grade vein, assay results exploded and the mine ramped up production to a massive scale extremely quickly.  The mining methods were open cut, drift mining and shaft mining.  This mine was shuttered by WW2 in 1944 and was never brought back into production.

Financing available on this mine with 25% down or 21,375 for up to two years in length with monthly payments of 2,842 USD

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