PATENTED MINING CLAIMS AND MINING
1. Hassayampa Mining District –
145 acres, 13 patented mining claims. Located 14 miles south of
Prescott, Arizona. This MRO property includes the historic Storm
Cloud Mine a/k/a Cash Mine, which produced gold, silver and copper.
$219,000. Owner Finance available with 20% down.
2. Lexington Gold Mine –
Oatman Mining District, Mohave County, Arizona. Deeded access from
Historic Route 66. There is a prominent vein system and dump assays
of 0.1 ounce / ton gold. Seven (7) contiguous patented mining claims
(90 acres) of which four include both surface and mineral rights;
the other three claims are for mineral rights only (MRO) but the
surface can be used for mining purposes. Was $395,000. Now $250,000.
Owner Finance available with 20% down.
3. Bisbee Gold / Copper –
723 acres of patented mining claims, located just east of the
Freeport McMoRan open pit copper mine in Bisbee, Arizona. Includes
100% interest in the Gold Hill and Silica Hill Mines (assays 0.1
ounce gold / ton) and 50% interest in the Easter Sunday Mine (assays
1+ ounce gold / ton). There is also abundant surface copper.
$1,700,000. Owner Finance available with 20% down.
4. Chloride Fee Interest –
The Hercules, Badger and Payroll Mines at Chloride, Arizona, are
under lease to a mining company with $1,000 per month minimum
royalty; three years are left on a 30 year lease and the mining
company has option to purchase for $4,000,000. 10 patented claims
(180 acres) and 10 unpatented claims. The ores contain gold, silver,
lead and zinc. The next mine downhill is Tennessee / Schuylkill
(Hondo Minerals). Uphill is the Rainbow Mine, presently on the
market for $22 million+. $3,250,000. Owner Finance available with
5. Rare Earth Properties –
Four (4) unpatented mining properties containing reported rare earth
minerals: The Kingman Feldspar Mine and the “Mineral X” property,
Kingman, Arizona; the Boneekay Mine, near Grants, New Mexico; and a
group of mining claims in the Gallinas Mountains, New Mexico. We
would like to get some exploration done on these by joint venture,
farmout or another type of standard mining deal. Uranium and lithium
claims could be included in formation of a new company centered on
these properties. Make offer.
6. Golden Goose Gold Mines –
There are nine (9) unpatented lode and placer mining claims at
Mineral Mountain, Pinal County, Arizona owned by another mining
company (not McIntyre Bauman Group) which does not have their own
website. These claims are “small miner” claims and, as long as the
buyer owns less than 10 unpatented claims, you can do assessment
work on the claims instead of paying the $155 per claim annual BLM
fee. Golden Goose Gold Mines is planning to put these gold mining
claims up for internet auction but they are available for
pre-auction sale from $5,000 to $20,000 per claim.