Gold nugget! I hope my sister-in-law finds one of these while she's panning!!!
The Point of Gold ... Think the gold rush is a thing for the Wild West that came and went in the mid-1800s? Think again. Not only are more people investing in gold as a secure commodity, but some are taking gold acquisition into their own hands the old fashioned way, finding it themselves. (Gold prospector, Sarina Finkelstein)
Black Opal from Lightning Ridge, Australia
Bendigo: one of the major revolutions in gold mining (during the Victorian gold rush) came when fields like Bendigo but also Ballarat, Ararat and the goldfields close to Mount Alexander turned out to have large gold deposits below the superficial alluvial deposits that had been (partially) mined out. Gold at Bendigo was found in quartz reef systems, hosted within highly deformed mudstones and sandstones or were washed away into channels of ancient rivers.
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San Francisco Gold Nugget
A decorative gold nugget inspired by the gold rush of a bygone era. - Dimensions: 3"W x 1.8"L x 1.6"H - Color: Gold - Material: Aluminium - Shipping: Ships within 5-7 days. US only. - Return: This ite
Alaska: Mineral Gold.Gold was officially designated the state mineral of Alaska in 1968. The Alaska Gold Rush brought thousands of adventurers and schemers to Alaska and the Yukon in the mid 1800's and again early in the 1900's when gold was discovered near Fairbanks. They all came dreaming of riches - their dramatic frontier stories are both triumphant and tragic.
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Cameo: 2nd - 1st century B.C., Sapphire: 11th century, Mount: 16th century
When I was a kid, my brothers and I mined gold with my dad who had a treasure hunting supply store. Gold mining is to touch essence of ruggedness and beauty of Jesus. Something about desolation of the mountains--with all its natural habitat--while submerged in ice cold water hunting gold is very manly indeed. You would never look at a gold ring or necklace the same if you knew its path to your hand or neck.