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Seller: robsdents (628) 100%, Location: Cheney, Washington, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 113413021368 Historic HANGMAN'S GOLD #5 Overview20 Acre Placer Claim - Bannack District - Beaverhead County, Montana Montana Gold And Silver Mines is proud to present the Historic Hangman's Gold #5 Mining Claim for sale. This is a 20 acre placer mining claim for sale exclusively through Montana Gold And Silver Mines. The claim is located just outside of Bannack, Montana and has been properly staked and marked. All Montana Gold And Silver Mines claims have been meticulously surveyed, mapped and researched. Field work is completed by our own experienced, well educated Mine Survey Team. Remote Montana gold mine, typical of pre 1900's operations. Hangman's Gulch runs into the middle of the ghost town of Bannack. During surveying gold was easily found in the top inches of the creek bed by panning. The claim boasts excellent access but receives very few visitors as evidenced by the grass overgrowing the road. The claim was originally surveyed by Montana Gold And Silver Mines and sampled for rich, free gold deposits in the gravels. The creek bed is estimated to be over 600 feet on this claim and about 2 feet to about 4 feet wide. There is seasonal water in the creek but when dry the gravels can be dry washed to recover the gold. There is likely to be some native silver and possibly some relics to be found on the claim but the primary commodity will be gold. Remnants and items seen in the area indicate there has been work done after 1941. 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 and as the gold has washed down over the decades from the hills and gulches, it has replenished the gold found on this claim. There is direct BLM road access to this claim and plenty of room for staging, parking and other operations. History of the Mines The Hangman's Gold #5 Mine is located in the northeast quarter of section 31, 660 feet north of the Bannack State Park Boundary. It is the closest claim available to the Bannack State Park on Hangman's gulch. This claim borders my claim that I will be working next year. Hangman's Gold #5 claim is about 6000 feet in altitude. All the gulches that feed Hangman's gulch flow into this claim. Bannack is the site of the first major gold rush in the Montana Territory, the first successful dredging operation in the United States was in Bannack but the dredges did not run in this gulch so they didn't get all the gold here! Real close by the first lode mine was discovered and developed in the Montana territory and many other lode mines dot the landscape around the area. Above Hangman's gulch is the historic Road Agent's Rock where the outlaws would watch for miners transporting their gold for shipment. The road agents could then ride to intercept the miner's and rob them. It was thought the the Sheriff of Bannack and Virginia City, Henry Plummer was the leader of the gang of outlaws that operated in both the Bannack area and Virginia City area. The stolen gold has never been recovered and when Henry Plummer was arrested by the vigilantes he pleaded for his life and told them he could pay them his weight in gold. He said he could see where the gold was from the jail house window and that it would only take him about an hour to retrieve the gold. Hangman's gulch is the perfect location for Henry's hidden gold stash. Even if Henry Plummer's gold isn't in Hangman's gulch there is a rich gold deposit that is worth your efforts to mine and who knows, you could be the lucky one to find his hidden gold. Mine OverviewMine DiagramMine Details:Access to the MineYou can drive a full size truck to the mineTailing PresentNone. No evidence of previous mining tailings are present. All looks to be virgin ground. Loose gravels in the creek bed of small pebbles to larger boulders. Boulders are great places for the gold to hide.Depth / LengthOver 600 feet of creek bed gravels. 1320 feet side to side with gold bearing benches.Minerals in the MineHistorically mined for gold. Minerals of quartz, pyrite, galena, gold, black sands with rare earth minerals would be expected.Foot traffic at the mineNone.Last WorkedUnknown but probably at least 50 years ago or longer. Survey Notes Aerial view of claim and boundaries. Number of Mines1 PlacerNearest city with amenitiesDillon, approximately 25.5 milesAccess to the ClaimA very good dirt road breaks off from the state highway and runs all the way onto the claim. The road that turns off to Hangman's Gulch is overgrown with grass and has not been used in years. But the road is very visible and runs the length of the gulch to the State Park boundary.Parking and Staging on the ClaimClaim is situated on open rolling hills that allows for parking of several vehicles if desired. Parking is within about 10 feet of the creek bed.ResourcesSeasonal water, grasses, sage and treesStructures on claimNoneElevationAprox. 6000 feet Photo Gallery All the gold flows from the gulches to this claim. You won't find a claim closer to Bannack. They just don't exist. This is the perfect place to mine undisturbed by yourself in seclusion. Or bring the whole family and have a lot of fun in the great outdoors! Over 600 feet of creek bed to mine and 20 acres of gold bearing material The Bannack Mining District was the site of the first important Montana gold discovery in Montana in 1862. At Bannack, the stream gravels and adjacent terrace gravels along Grasshopper Creek produced perhaps as much as 387,000 oz from 1862 to 1905 Not only were the placer bars easily worked and incredibly rich, they produced some of the purest gold found anywhere in the world. On the average, Bannack gold assayed at 990 fine (99% pure) and in a few cases it went as high as 999 fine - essentially a chemically pure state More than a ton of gold was taken from the Grasshopper diggings during the first season. 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. This Gold Nugget is NOT included with the claim. It is shown just to give an idea of the gold in the area.More InfoClaim RatingTotal Workings 600-700 feet of creek bed estimated. This assessment is based on what surveyors observed while on site.Historical ValueAccessibility and Location Good clearance 2-wheel drive truck or RV.Mineral ValueResources Wood, Shade, Trees, Seasonal WaterWeatherUSGS InformationEconomic information about the deposit and operationsOperation TypePlacerDevelopment statusPast ProducerCommodity typeMetallicSignificantYesCommoditiesGold- PrimarySilver - SecondaryNearby Scientific Data(1) Mississippian, undifferentiatedDeposit Model NamePlacer Au-PGESkarn AuReferencesUSGS Database - 10400174 District OverviewBannack District InformationBannack's placer mining period was brief, violent, rich in gold and the source of an equally rich lode of historical legends. More than a ton of gold was taken from the Grasshopper diggings during the first season. Not only were the placer bars easily worked and incredibly rich, they produced some of the purest gold found anywhere in the world. On the average, Bannack gold assayed at 990 fine (99% pure) and in a few cases it went as high as 999 fine - essentially a chemically pure state (Cushman 1973).By the summer of 1863 the camp had a population of from 3000 to 5000 miners, merchants, gamblers, saloon keepers, prostitutes and outlaws. When the Territory of Montana was established on May 26, 1864, Bannack became the first territorial capital [in 1869 it became the first county seat of Beaverhead County]. During most of 1863, however, there was little in the way of government authority or law enforcement. The sheriff was the notorious Henry Plummer who used his office to cover his leadership of an outlaw gang that systematically robbed and murdered miners and travelers for their gold. His career as an outlaw was cut short by vigilantes on Sunday morning, January 10, 1864, when he was hung from the same gallows he had ordered built to hang a horse thief. Soon after, the remainder of the gang met a similar fate or else were banished and at least a semblance of law and order settled on Bannack (Wolle 1963; Cushman 1973).By this point Bannack was already starting to decline. New strikes at Alder Gulch in 1863 and Last Chance Gulch in 1864 drained off a large part of Bannack's population. Miners were having problems getting enough water to work the placer deposits -- it has been estimated that by this point only about seven percent of the area's gold had been taken (Cushman 1973). Bannack's period as a territorial capital was also brief. By the time the first legislature convened in December of 1864, the population center had shifted to the Alder Gulch area and the lawmakers voted to move the capital to Virginia City. However, Bannack continued to produce gold through a variety of mining technologies.The historic Bannack mining district is, like many mining districts which were developed for placer operations, rather poorly defined in the historic literature. The first mining in the Bannack area focused on the rich placer deposits along the banks of Grasshopper Creek. Lyden (1948) shows the Bannack mining district as a narrow strip running along Grasshopper Creek from Bannack to a point about two or three miles from the confluence with the Beaverhead River. This placer mining district extended roughly a quarter of a mile on each side of the creek and included both the stream bottom gravels and the gold-bearing terrace gravels lying about 100 feet above the present creek bed.It has been estimated that the Bannack mining district has produced approximately $12,000,000 in gold from 1862 until 1930 (with gold priced at $20.67 per ounce). The placer operations alone during the period from 1862 to 1876 produced an estimated $3,000,000 worth of extraordinarily pure gold (Shenon 1931; Sassman 1941).Production from 1860 - 19502,264,492cy mined.4,105,659g Au recovered.27,589g Ag Recovered.MAPS Sales Information Montana Gold And Silver Mines GuaranteeThe most important part of your mining claim is the actual mining claim documentation and location. Other sellers may have the best of intentions, but they often get it wrong. This results in you, as a customer, not getting what you paid for. Montana Gold And Silver Mines has been documenting, writing and transferring mining claims for over a decade. We know what we are doing.Montana Gold And Silver Mines guarantees that this mining claim has been written correctly and accurately. It has been physically staked with GPS embedded images for undisputable verification. Montana Gold And Silver Mines always provides documentary evidence of all location staking for the claimant. Montana Gold And Silver Mines guarantees this mining claim to be exactly as described and pictured. 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. Montana Gold And Silver Mines strongly advises all potential claim owners to educate themselves about mining claims. Please be fully aware of what is conveyed with this mineral claim.While other organizations create fictitious recording bureaus like 'National Bureau of Mines' and similar to con people into believing they are more legitimate than they really are, at Montana Gold And Silver Mines we don't resort to such lies and deceit. All Montana Gold And Silver Mines claims are legal claims staked, filed and recorded with the proper government authorities. We don't need to lie about registering the mines with some worthless fake bureau that really doesn't exist. And don't be fooled by those con artists who rely on trying to imitate government agencies or departments transferring land. 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 quitclaim deed which is a recordable conveyance. This auction is for 100% - all interest in this 20 acre placer mining claim. This claim covers the entire site, 1,320 ft. by 660 ft., and includes full rights to all minerals and gems you may find on the property. The winner of this auction will receive a notarized quitclaim deed to the full claim and all associated documentation showing full ownership of the claim. Maintenance on all BLM mining claims is $155.00, per 20 acre 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 $155. We can assist you in filing the paperwork to waive the maintenance fee. 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 quitclaim 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 at our expense. 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. Proud Member of: Legal Notice A mining claim gives the holder the right to mine on mineral-rich land that belongs to the federal government. Montana Gold And Silver Mines is selling legitimate and valuable historic claims, you can rest easy that there is no fine print on any of my claim auctions stating you will have to deal with any games like being charged phony fees or having to pay inflated “processing” or “transfer” fees. The final auction price for this mine when the auction ends is ALL you will pay. 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 the next day without the lengthy delay you will experience with other companies selling claims – and you will not have to pay any extra costs, fees or other poor excuses for extra profit that normally just go into a seller’s pocket. BID WITH CONFIDENCE- Montana Gold And Silver Mines is a very reputable eBay seller. -PLUS- 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 are unable to ship the land to you. We will ship all paperwork/maps upon payment clearing.Payment Your payment of this eBay item gives you 100% ownership of this entire claim, all fees and other costs for the transfer of ownership to you is included. 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, and there are NO fees or costs for the transfer of this claim in your name. We will send a request for payment when the auction ends and you can pay using the link provided in the email. Payment is required within 24 hours of the end of the auction. We accept: All major Credit Cards (American Express, Visa, Master Card & Discover).Paypal payments must be made before the claim will transfer and documents are shipped. We can provide financing plans if needed. Financing terms are a minimum of $500.00 down and the balance due within 90-days through automatic credit card billing. For longer term financing, please contact us. *Please contact us before bidding should you decide on a payment plan.© 2018 MontanaGoldAndSilverMines,com On Dec-01-18 at 16:40:59 PST, seller added the following information: Last picture with the truck's is on the road going down to the claim. Type of Claim: Placer, Mining Commodity: Gold, Silver, Property Address: Bannack, MT, State/Province: Montana, Seller State of Residence: Montana, Zip/Postal Code: 59725, Zoning: Mixed, City: Bannack, Acreage: 20.0, Featured Refinements: Mining Claim, Type: Unpatented Mining Claims

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