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Mining Equipment, Mining Properties, Gold Mines & Gold Panning by BC Gold, British Columbia, Canada

Mining Equipment, Mining Properties, Lode Gold and Placer Mining by BC Gold, British Columbia, Canada

BC Gold - Mining Properties for Sale
Lower Mainland BC
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BRIDGE RIVER GOLD Placer Mining Claim for Sale $2000
 Ad #:282
 Market Status: Unsold/Available
 Listing Type: For Sale
 Price: $2,000
 Category:Gold claims and placer mines for sale
 Locality:Lower Mainland BC


Placer Mining Claim for Sale $2000


BC Placer titles 1093404. 20.41 hectares / 50.43 acres. The property is located 22 km. west of Lillooet, British Columbia. From Lillooet, take Main Street North toward 5th Ave, turn on Moha Rd. for 4.5 km. Continue onto Bridge River Rd./Lillooet Pioneer Rd. for 37 km. directly to the property. The road network is used year round and suitable for 2-wheel travel. The claim centre is at approx latitude 50.822806° longitude -122.179475°.


From Minfile 092JNE074

The Horseshoe Bend gold placer deposit on the Bridge River is one kilometre southeast of the confluence of the Yalakom and Bridge rivers and was probably worked as early as 1860. Production figures of gold from the Bridge River up to 1902 were included with those recorded for the Fraser River and, consequently, no pre-1902 production figures for the Horseshoe Bend placer are available. Between 1902 and 1945, 31,290 grams of placer gold were recovered from the river (including the Horseshoe Bend placer).

The gravels of the Bridge River at Horseshoe Bend are of four types, as follows: 1) Gravels within the bed of the river. These are poorly sorted with boulders up to several tonnes within finer material. These gravels have been worked in isolated patches. 2) Bank and bench gravels between low water and the river banks. Gold content of these gravels improved at depth but was difficult to reach. 3) Gravel in cliffs which form the present banks of the river. These gravels consist of unconsolidated fluvial gravels interbedded with cemented gravels, or conglomerate. Gold in these gravels is distributed throughout. 4) Gravels of the ancient river channel. Bedrock to these gravels is Shulaps serpentinite and Bridge River slate.

The property covers a section of the former Goldyrox claim. See:


Warning - This property is offered for mining purposes only and ownership of the title to it does not include ownership of the surface rights or the right to use the surface for residential or recreational purposes.

Asking $2000 for 100%. Financing is available, no credit checks. 10% discount for seniors, veterans, military and frontline EMS workers.


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