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Date Listed 22-Nov-16
Address Jade City, BC V0C1E0
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Size (acres) approx 85 workable acres
For Sale By Owner

SNOW CREEK Placer Gold Claim for Sale $20,000/obo

-700 metres west of the operation featured on the TV Series “Yukon Gold, Season 1”, on the same channel

-120 kg. of gold has been mined at a fineness of 884.5

-1/3rd of a kilometre of creek frontage, per side with 2 additional feeder creeks

-underlain by crown land and only 120 metres from Highway 37

66.19 hectares 163.56 acres. (Nearly 50% is overlapped by legacy titles, so the workable area is approx. 85 acres). BC placer claims 1038206 and 1046275. The property is located ~115 km. north of the community of Dease Lake, British Columbia and 135 km. south of Watson Lake, Yukon. The south claim boundary is 120 metres north of Highway 37 and directly behind Jade City (the Cassiar Mountain Jade Store). The claim centre is at latitude 59.262280° longitude -129.636060°.

From Minfile 104P089: The Snowy Creek Placer occurrence is located along Snowy Creek (a northern tributary of McDame Creek), about 95 kilometres north of the community of Dease Lake. The area is underlain by quartzite, argillite, greenstone, and limestone of the Slide Mountain Complex (Triassic to Permian). Numerous gold-quartz veins are reported in the vicinity in the metavolcanics (Snowy Creek, 104P 014 and Bozo, 104P 076 on Snowy Creek).

The mouth of the creek was the most productive, as well as a high bench containing old channel deposits. Workings from 1874 to 1890 and from 1906 to 1910 produced in total 120 kilograms (4222 ounces) of gold. Snowy Creek was reported to be the richest placer in the Cassiar district.



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.

$50,000 obo. Financing may be available.

Please reply to this ad or contact us directly for map files, photos and more:

Email info@bcgold.com

Tel (250) 999-1221

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