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Four Large Scale Placer Properties

Four (4) gold properties for sale. All four located in the Yukon.
Each property has historical and recent records showing thousands of ounces of production and hundreds of thousands of ounces in reserve.
Extensive documentation is available for each of these properties including, geology reports, seismic reports, production and historical records.

ANDERSON CREEK

  • Location, Yukon Territory Canada.
  • Permitted, fully operational turnkey Placer Gold Mine at 200 cu. yards per hour.
  • 1.5 oz to 10 oz per hour
  • 41 placer Claims.
  • Over 1 million in equipment
  • 5 month Mining Season. (May to Oct.)
  • 50 km from the town of Mayo.
FOR SALE $5,500,000 CAN

ANDERSON CREEK is located on Mayo lake in the Yukon. Historical records are unknown however many shafts and tunnels have been found indicating past work. Over 2,000 ounces has been taken out during extensive testing and mining. Estimated gold reserves are in excess of 80,000 ounces. Values range from $15 dollars per cubic yard on the surface to $85 dollars per cubic yard on bedrock. Only 2 ft of black muck needs to be stripped to expose the pay gravels. Depth to bedrock varies from 25-40 feet. Gold has assayed at around 91% pure and ranges from fine gold up to very large nuggets, including a 5 oz. nugget found in 2003 and numerous 1-3 ounce nuggets. Documents available for this property include, seismic report, and 2010 and 2011 production records.


MAISY MAY

  • Location, Yukon Territory Canada.
  • A large Placer Gold Mine, 1.5oz to 4oz per hour
  • 47 placer Claims, 45 of them virgin (over 1,000 acres in total)
  • 5 month Mining Season. (May to Oct.)
  • 130 km from Dawson City, good access road.
  • A new 10 year mining permit application had been submitted.
FOR SALE $4,500,000 CAN

The Maisy May creek was mined by Queen Stake Resources and smaller miners from 1980 to 1994, a total of 18,000 ounces was produced during that time. Estimated gold reserves are in excess of 100,000 ounces. Values range from $15 to $45 dollars per cubic yard. There is 5 feet of black muck to be removed along with 10 feet of barren gravels in order to expose the gold bearing gravels. Depth to bedrock varies between 20-45 feet. The valley floor is wide with a shallow grade for easy mining. Gold has been assayed at around 83% pure and ranges from fine gold up to 4 gram nuggets. Extensive documentation is available for this property including, 43-101 reports, Historical documents, geology reports, seismic reports, production records.

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Scroggie Creek

  • Location, Yukon Territory Canada.
  • A large Placer Gold Property.
  • 5 Mile Lease, being converted into 52 claims (over 1,200 acres in total)
  • 5 month Mining Season. (May to Oct.)
  • 130 km south of Dawson City.
FOR SALE $1,800,000 CAN

There is not much information on Scroggie creek except for old records showing small hand mining operations along the benches at the turn of the century and a 1984 Geology testing report. The report estimates 3.7 to 4.5 million cu. yards of gold bearing gravels on 31 of the upper claims which is an average of 135,000 cu yards per claim. The report says they found between $8 and $10 worth of gold per cu yard at a gold value of $337 per oz in 1984. That makes today's value at $55.76 to $69.70 per cu. yard. This makes an estimate of 7 million cu yards of gold bearing gravels on the 52 claims. The valley floor is wide with a shallow grade for easy machine mining.


Walhalla Creek

  • Location, Yukon Territory Canada
  • A large Placer Gold Property
  • 6 Mile Lease, being converted into 63 claims (over 1,400 acres in total)
  • 5 month Mining Season. (May to Oct.)
  • 130 km south of Dawson City.
FOR SALE $2,200,000 CAN

The only information on Walhalla creek is old records showing small hand mining operations along the upper left limit benches in the 30s and a 1984 Geology testing report on claims adjacent to the lower portion of the property. The report estimates 135,000 cu. yards of gold bearing gravels per claim. The report says they found between $8 and $10 worth of gold per cu yard at a gold value of $337 per oz in 1984. That makes today's value at $55.76 to $69.70 per cu. yard. This makes an estimate of 8.5 million cu yards of gold bearing gravels on the 63 claims. The valley floor is wide with a shallow grade for easy machine mining.

Contact: Ray
Email: raybrosseuk@gmail.com