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Lucky Well 

Unpatented Lode Claim

19.55 Acres

Sierra County, New Mexico 

5,500 USD

NM # 105234980

Primary Metals

Gold, Silver

Secondary Lead, Copper

Overview:

The lucky well lode claim is a large shallow shaft mine with significant tailings piles.  This mine was shuttered prematurely during the war act.  The mine development took place on a high grade ore body.  This ore body produced primarily gold and silver with small amounts of lead and copper.  This mine would be a great starting mine for someone just getting their toes wet in the mining industry. 

The surface ore of approximately 150 tons contains of commercial grade ore that would be easy and low cost to process and would then fund the future development of the mine.

 

The claim is located extremely close to a 2WD passable road for easy access to and from the property.  Located just outside the famous mining town of chloride, there is still plenty of gold to be found in these hills.

Geology:

Primarily andesite and basaltic andesite flows and associated volcaniclastic units.  Following the apache vein system that flows throughout the Chloride Creek mountains and valleys.

Commodities:

Primary:

Gold, Silver, Copper

History:

This mine was one of three mines part of the Wall St. group of claims owned by the Empire Mining and Metals Co.  This company operated until WW2 shut down all mining activities, never to be restarted until now! 

Financing available with 1,375 USD down and monthly payments of 182.82 USD for 2 years.

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