Mining Boom begins, collectors & dealers profit in minerals

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The TALE BE TOLD, the wise collector or mineral dealer/investor who realizes before others that a certain mining district or mineral has become obsolete, non-productive, or supplanted by a foreign source- "get it while you can, there won’t be any more" comes into factor, and soon, supply rarity and provenance brings increasing value to the specie, like "Motherlode" Gold. So goes the Crystal Creek District of Colorado, after a long run of almost continuous production since 1863, and a recent resurgence based on high values- which ironically also spelled the end of the district after the historic 2002 Hayman Wildfire destroyed mining camps. Recent severe erosion  in the burn zone took out what was left of the remaining miners’ roads & quarries, forcing the last of the survivors to abandon their mining claims to the impossible surface conditions cause by Forest Service mismanagement after the fire. [which also generated the current Mountain Pine Beetle tree-kill-off crisis across the West.]
Acquire this rare collection, support the disabled veteran who mined & assembled it, and help therefor sponsor our efforts to get the Amethyst Ranch Mining Camp established, the prospects opened, and the opportunity to collect mineral specimens active. The collection purchaser will also receive an EXCLUSIVE season dig and campsite on our ARIZONA mountain!
SPEAKING OF Amethyst Ranch- the Ranch, Business, Mines, permits, the mining camp, guide service, digging expedition biz-..includes 100 acres of inholding, 480 acres of leased National Forest, all on a Coronado Twelve Mountain. Value- hundreds of millions in ore, dimension granite, recreation & tourism potential-  Be part of the development of a PREVIOUSLY UN-MINED AMETHYST DEPOSIT & reopening of historic mines & Mining Camp! Call: 405-872-0642

PS: Also wanted: will trade gemstones or mineral specimens for two containers of diamond lapidary polish- at least 5 grams each of 14,000 grade and the same of 50,000 grade polish. Frank

Mine Orecart Overfloweth

Crystal Creek Colorado.  Rarely available, and not often seen, are the personal mineral specimen collections of mine owners. The former owner & operator of the famous ROCKET & BLUE FROG MINES, which have produced a stunning total of over four TONS of specimens since 1988, has assembled beautiful and rare examples in this collection. Now available, valued at over $50K, we are open for bids! Watch the show!

Just when adversity looms, advantage & opportunity also knock!

The "News" as such swings wildly from Comic Tragedy, Absurdist Satire, Film Noir, and Sarcastic Relief of late. So wild, "We couldn’t make this stuff up"  "In your dreams" Gracie adds. But the ore price of molybdenum holds at $35, and even silver is worth mining again. Those miners in Tombstone sure are busy. {Make hay while the sun shines.} The summer adventure season is underway, despite the political terror theater. What is remarkable is the level of inquiry into prospecting expeditions. I can thank The TRAVEL Channel’s series, Best Places for Cash & Treasures for a resurgence of interest in AMETHYST and other mineral collectables, as well as a more focused planning for prospecting adventure by cash-constrained travelers. YES, we are Ready, Willing, and Very Able to lead expeditions in S. AZ [near the border safely] and tour some of the wests best gem + mineral collecting sites. Most importantly, we have a wonderful set of prospects on our own  Amethyst Ranch, (outfitters and catering available,) and best of all, the capacity to record your expedition on High Definition Video.     Reasonable rates, references.
Call us today!              520-394-0037
 
Our mineral sales have continued since the Tombstone Gem Show. Thank you Smoky the Miner for hosting us on Saturday, we’ve been enjoying minerals again with our friends and customers since then.
 
 
**PLEASE SEE a selection of specimens *PHOTOS POSTED here*  Prices are from $10 to $100 generally, with special rarely available Museum Grade specimens ranging up to $25,000. Most are in the $75 to $750 range, from micro, one inch or less, up to 4" to 5" cabinet size. Best known for amazonite/smoky quartz combination specimens, the Crystal Creek, Colorado mines, now closed, have also been a world-class source of fluorite, fine microcline/smoky combos, and superb GOETHITE. We have the UNCHALLENGED BEST Goethite specimens available, from the Famous BLUE FROG MINE.