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Golden Hawk 
Unpatented Lode Claim
20.66 Acres
Sierra County, New Mexico
Sale Price  6,500 USD 
NM # 105234978

Primary Metals
Silver & Gold
Copper & Lead


 

Financing

Buy the Golden Hawk unpatented Lode Claim outright for 6,500 USD or finance in house with 2,600 USD down and 179.52 USD per month for 2 years.  No early pre-payment penalties, credit checks, or hidden fees.

 

Overview

The Golden Hawk unpatented lode claim is a 20.66 acre parcel located one mile outside of the historic mining boom town of Chloride New Mexico located on top of the Apache Vein of mineralization located within the unique Black Range geological district.

The claim features two separate mine shafts that produced primarily silver and copper with additional gold and lead values. The first mine shaft is over 80' deep and the second is approximately 20' in depth.  Mineralization of the vein can be seen easily on the surface within the tailings piles left behind.  This mine is a great starter mine for people who want to begin their own mining careers.  With ample acreage and a unique vein structure this claim will provide years of fun exploration and mining.  

The 1880's Black Range Chloride newspaper reported the Golden Hawk mine, (formerly the Apache mine - Hoosier mine) held a 12 foot vein consisting of quartz, carrying copper, and silver within the contact between trachyte and porphyry, as already found in the the Wall Street mines group further along the Apache Vein.

The Apache Vein is know for producing net average values of 400 USD per ton in the 1880's.  Silver values averaged 25 USD per ton in the 1880's.

History

Started in 1880 by and originally called the Apache mine and was owned by a James P. Blain and other unknown partners.  In 1940 the Empire Mines and Metals Co purchased the Apache mine and restarted mining operations, the mine was overseen by Ferguson T.R. until the start of WW2 stifled all mining production permanently from this mine.  Ferguson T.R. sunk two different shafts following veins of mineralization from the top top center of the mountain and on the North face.  The total reported amount of production in 3 years was 15,000 USD in 1940's money; today that value would be over 300,000 USD!

An Exert From the Black Range Newspaper October 5th 1883

Capt. Blain has finished assessment work on the Nana and Apache claims and is very much pleased with the appearance of the ore streaks as they now appear

Geology

Associated Host Rock

Volcanic Rock (Aphanitic), Intermediate Volcanic Rock, Andesite

Host Rock

Sedimentary Rock, Carbonate, Limestone, Madera Limestone

Stratigraphic Age

Pilocene, Pennsylvanian

Materials:

Ore

Argentite, Chalcocite, Chalcopyrite, Chlorargyrite, Galena, Gold, Silver.

Gangue

Calcite, Epidote, Garnet, Quartz

Alteration

(Local) Propylitized Andesite

 

Ore Emplacement

Mineralized solutions rose along faults and filled fissures.  The ore body general form is pinch and swell with a thickness of 2.44 meters.  Deposits occur as irregular shoots in fissure veins ranging from 2 feet to 8 feet wide and striking Northwest.

Commodities

Primary

Silver, Copper, Gold, Lead

Geologic Structure

Type of Structure 

Local

Structure Description

Gravity slide block of limestone overlays propylitized andesite

Access

This property can be accessed by vehicle from either the bottom or the top of the claim by standard clearance pickup trucks.  The location is a secluded canyon area with a rich mining past along Wall St. RD.

 

Secure your own mining claim in this rich valley today!

 

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