The Flowery Gold Mines Company of Nevada was a mining company that operated in the late 1800s and early 1900s in the state of Nevada, United States. The company was founded in 1898 and was based in the town of Goldfield, which was a booming mining town at the time.
The Flowery Gold Mines Company was primarily focused on the extraction of gold and silver from the mines in the area. The company owned several mines in the region, including the Flowery Mine, the Combination Mine, and the Goldfield Consolidated Mine.
The Flowery Mine was the most productive of the company's mines, producing over $2 million worth of gold and silver in its first year of operation. The Combination Mine was also a significant producer, with over $1 million worth of gold and silver extracted in its first year.
The company's success was short-lived, however, as the price of gold and silver began to decline in the early 1900s. The company struggled to remain profitable and eventually went bankrupt in 1912.
Today, the Flowery Gold Mines Company of Nevada is remembered as one of the many mining companies that played a significant role in the development of the American West. The town of Goldfield, where the company was based, is now a ghost town, but the legacy of the mining industry lives on in the region.