Regarding "Good Assays and Bad"
February 2012 by Chris RalphLast month I wrote an article entitled “Good Assays and Bad,” which gathered a few comments.
Let’s take a look at these important property aspects individually, because they all affect the value of a property and how much mining companies might or might not be interested acquiring it.
When doing your initial armchair research and selecting potential areas to explore, consider all the indicators, both natural and man-made.
How to go about the entire process of prospecting is a big question. The answer comes down to research and preparation.
...if you have a good, rich spot, hand-operated systems can produce some decent gold.
I’ve been following the precious metals for decades, and I haven’t seen a move this powerful in many years.
I researched the Internet and found a number of table makers, but technology has changed in the last 25 years. No one could sell me a kit for a new deck with wooden riffles...
Many specimens have a small amount of gold and are not pretty to look at. There is a nifty way to give them a makeover and make them much prettier than they were when you found them.
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