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Over the Divide

Robert A. Sanregret
1930 - 1999

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Ask the Experts: Something for everyone...


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Sniping for Drought Gold


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While the bullion value of the nugget is already substantial, the size and rarity of the Ausrox Nugget combine to make its worth invaluable in the collector market.

Basic Information About Gold Detectors


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