The Gold Ram Mine
Yavapai County, Arizona
Yavapai County, Arizona
•Commodities: Gold, Silver,Copper, Iron
• Claim designation: un-patented lode
• Size: 20.66 acres
• Location: Yavapai county, Arizona
The Gold Ram Mine is a past producing Gold and Silver Mine with modern workings from the 1980's.
Primary workings consist of two adits connecting a cross cut drift running south west at about 80 degrees nearly 1300 feet into the mountainside. Secondary workings consist of two collapsed vertical incline shafts NW of the adit portals.
Mineralized spill emanates from the main portal as well as from the secondary haulage-adit south east in a large concentration.
Ore is primarily heavily mineralized quartz with galena and disseminated pyrites.
In addition to the immediate potential of crushing the ore piles for liberated gold and precious mineral values, the old underground workings are completely stable and ready for work.
Primary portal will need a bit of shovel work to clean up and stabilize.
Multiple pre-cut mine timbers have been left in a pile near the adit for entry refurbishment that was never completed.
The larger adit portal features concrete block exterior cribbing and an aluminum access gate.
Smaller secondary haulage-adit portal has eroded closed.
Mine spill is estimated at nearly 25,000 tons.
With early discovery most likely during the early 1900's, this mines documented history is from 1953-1988.
Previously named the " Bill Beard Mine", the "Freiberg Mine" and "the RAM Mine".
The sizable underground workings hold amazing potential in both mineral values and exploratory ventures of deeper deposits.
The lode mining claim features excellent access by dirt road with any higher clearance 2wd or 4x4 vehicle.
Featuring an old steel truck gate from the former mining company.
Located in the Little Copper Creek mining district, this property has documented history of producing large amounts of Copper as well as Gold, Silver and Iron.
The district has early records of prospecting back to 1897, with significant work in the early 1900's -the-1930's.
The Calumet and Arizona mining company completed exploration work in north western copper creek from 1907-1909.
In 1933 the Arizona Molybdenum Corporation obtained the Childs-Aldwinkle Mine.
The mine produced for five years until 1938, the beginning of World War 2.
During this time total known metal productions was over 8 million pounds of copper, an excess of 200,000 ounces of silver, 726 ounces of Gold, nearly 7 million pounds of molybdenite, over 4 million pounds of lead.
Property is suitable for exploration and sample testing by a novice prospector, as well as ready for the experienced mining company to begin production.
- Access: Good condition dirt road for 2wd or 4x4 access.
- Underground access: Two incline shafts and one tunnel portal.
- Minerals present in the area: Gold ore, Galena, Pyrite, Molybdenum and Iron.
- Estimated underground workings: Over 1500’’
- Estimated mine spill: over 10,000 tons
Yearly taxes/fees of $165 are maintained by RMP,LLC during financing.
Mining claims are defined as tangible property by law, these historic properties can be mined, sold or transferred at the owners discretion.
Precious metal values will only continue to rise with the heavy demands from the technological and financial sectors.
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