Gila County, AZ

Zulu Mine


  • 20-foot-wide ledge found with gold values between 0.028-0.05 opt.
  • High grade values up to 5.94 opt gold found in smaller veins.
  • Numerous gold bearing areas have been found; complex geology–should be further explored.
  • 20-ft-wide vein system; 4-8 gm mining grades; recent 6 gm soil sample.

White Pine County, NV



  • Sample results as high as 90 opt silver.
  • Significant gold and silver discovered during drilling.
  • Upper workings contain high copper and some silver values. Lower workings are more favorable for identified gold and silver resources.

Lincoln County, NV

Black Prince


  • Historic drilling program established a 12.4-foot-wide vein grading 3.4 opt silver with values said to increase with depth.
  • A company in the 1980s “blocked out” 40,000 tons of 0.03 opt gold and 8 opt silver within 300 feet of the surface.
  • Potential for bulk silver limestones.

NYE County, NV


aka Ledbetter Canyon Mine


  • Potential for bulk style deposit.
  • High grade gold values on dumps.
  • Only crudely worked in the early 20th century with additional high-grade ore in veins likely.
  • Additional potential low grade disseminated resources.
  • Remote, should be evaluated further with modern exploration.

Sierra County, CA

Sisson Mine


  • USGS’ 1980 estimate indicated a substantial Au resource at 0.15 opt.
  • “Indicated and Inferred” resource of 120,000 tons averaging 0.10 opt gold.
  • Gold occurs in quartz stockworks 6 feet wide over a strike length of at least 440 feet.
  • Additional resources may occur in unexplored stockworks.
  • Surrounded by high grade mines of the Sierra Buttes Mining District.



Placer County, CA

Lost Emigrant


  • USGS’ 1980 estimate indicated 250,000 tons totaling 77,000 oz Au.
  • “Indicated and Inferred” resource of 270,000 tons averaging 0.27 opt gold.
  • Additional resources may occur in unexplored vein offshoots.
  • Historically, ore graded as high as 2-3 opt.
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