💰20 Acre Gold Mining Claim ✅Placer✅ 🔷Park Creek🔷 Rio Grande County Colorado💰 🔷Summitville Mining District 🔷Camp-RV-Prospect 🔷

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Seller: naturalresource841 (40) 100%, Location: New York, New York, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 174229914673 20 Acre Gold Mining Claim (Placer) colorado"Park Creek" Summitville Mining District, Rio Grande County Colorado Click any image to see it full size Item Description You are bidding on the full purchase price on a non-patented Placer Mining Gold Claim in Rio Grande County, Colorado State. The claims location is on Park Creek in Summitville Mining District. Rio Grande County is in south-central Colorado in the southeastern San Juan Mountains, on the west side of the San Luis Valley. The Rio Grande River crosses the northern part of the county. The placer mining claim is a non-patented federal mining claim. Fees are current and you will need to file appropriate paperwork to hold the property every year thereafter. Upon payment, the mineral claim will be transferred via a notarized Quitclaim notice filed in your name with the County and the BLM. These are federal mining claims and the minerals are protected by law. ALL mining activity on these claims is prohibited unless permission is obtained from Us. Any individual unlawfully mining on legally staked claims will be violating federal mining laws. Rio Grande County In the early 1880's Rio Grande County ranked third in the State in the production of gold, the county's chief metal. Gold output of the county through 1947 was about 257,600 ounces (about $7 million worth) ; however, from 1949 through 1958 it was only 135 ounces. Small amounts of silver, copper, and lead valued at about $330,000 have been recovered from the gold ores. SUMMITVILLE DISTRICT The Summitville district is in the southwest corner of Rio Grande County, high in the San Juan Mountains. The earliest discoveries of gold in the San Juan Mountains were in 1870 in the Summitville district and in Arrastre Gulch in San Juan County. The news of these finds started a rush to the region, and within a few years most of the major mining camps were established. The early discoveries in the Summitville district were of placer gold, but available records indicate that placer production in the area was minor, probably less than $10,000 worth. The first lodes were located in 1871, the richest deposits were located by 1873, and large-scale mining began in 1875. The ore near the surface was oxidized, rich, and easy to beneficiate. By the end of 1887 most of the known oxidized ore had been mined out, and the underlying sulfide ores were much lower grade and more difficult to mill and concentrate. During 1873-87 the Summitville district produced, mostly from the Little Annie mine, about $2,064,000 in gold and silver, 95 percent of which was gold (Steven and Ratte, 1960b, p. 6). Production declined sharply in 1888 and fluctuated considerably in the years through 1925. A deposit discovered in 1926 in the Little Annie group of mines produced, by 1930, about $500,000 in gold from 864 tons of sorted ore. This ore shoot was mined out by the end of 1930, and during 1931-33 the total metal production from the district was only slightly more than $5,000. CLAIM AREA: 2wd access to claim area Good access to the creek. Good gravels on bedrock. Tree roots & grass clumps, downed trees, logs, etc. Medium to deep water. Mining level: Recreational to Intermediate. Quiet and safe area; very beautiful. Children and senior friendly - fun for all! A variety of locations for camping or RV are hidden the local area. Enjoy gold panning, sluicing, dry washing, camping, rockhounding, hiking, fishing , and getting to know the local family wild life are like clockwork at sundown. Close by town has Lodging, gasoline and food and bars Year round water runs through the Creek Good Place to park Right off the claim. During the summer months as you lounge around the campfire , you will be glad you spent the day here instead of the scorching heat of other parts of the state. Water pits are on both sides of the creek, and are on this claim. Info on Claim: Rio Grande County Mining Claim Cliaim Status: ACTIVE Type: Placer State: Colord County: RIO GRANDE Meridian New Mexico Close By Town: South Fork Payment and Other Info In addition to the final bid price, a $249.00 processing fee is required of the winning bidder. This fee covers all of the filing of paperwork with the proper county and BLM, and offsets some of the expenses of creating a claim and e-Bay fees. We accept cash, checks, cashiers checks, or money orders and credit cards (American Express, Visa, Master Card & Discover). All fee's and documents required by the BLM have been filed for this assessment year. We will mail the Quitclaim deed Documents making you the new owner of this 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, with a waiver form with the BLM before September 1st, 2020. And each following year. If you fail to file the paperwork properly, the BLM will close the claim. We will include the required forms to maintain the claim in good standing with the BLM, and send you copies of the following; 1. You will receive the BLM recorded "Quitclaim Deed" after the claim is paid in full and you will receive the Deed 2-3 weeks later. State/Province: Colorado, Seller State of Residence: New York

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