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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
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 Ad #:206
 Market Status: Unsold/Available
 Listing Type: For Sale
 Price: $2,500
 Category:Gold claims and placer mines for sale


16.54 hectares / 40.87 acres. The property consists of BC placer claim 1084926. The property is located 95 km. north of the community of Dease Lake, British Columbia. From Dease Lake, proceed north on Stewart-Cassiar Highway 37 for approx. 90 km. to Jade City. At the Cassiar Mountain Jade Store, turn left (north) onto the paved exit, and proceed 5 km. on a road that leads west then north, directly to the property. Several roads and trails intersect the property. The claim centre is at latitude  59.276860° longitude -129.704810°. The tenure covers approx. 650 metres of the creek on each side.

From Minfile 104P088 ( As with many streams in the area, Quartz Creek (or "Quartzrock" Creek) near Cassiar was not subject to glacial erosion because it lies transverse to the northeast direction of ice travel. Hence the valley is V-shaped and debris filled. Unstratified glacial debris 4.5 to 6 metres thick overlies a 3 to 4 metre thick layer of stratified gravel on bedrock. Interglacial gravel (2 metres thick) and recent alluvium lie on top.

Most of the placer mining has been performed at the confluence of Quartz Creek and Troutline Creek, on an old buried channel which trends northwest and has a lower gradient than the present creek bed.

The source of gold is probably from gold-quartz veins occurring in greenstones and metasediments of the Upper Paleozoic Slide Mountain Complex which underlie the area.

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.

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