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Photo's & Mine Lease from South Vulture Mine

Currency:USD Category:Collectibles / Mining Start Price:150.00 USD Estimated At:300.00 - 500.00 USD
Photo's & Mine Lease from South Vulture Mine
SHIPPING & HANDLING: Shipping and Handling cannot be estimated prior to invoicing, based on the size and weight of your purchase. All shipping is subject to a minimum charge of $19.00. If additional shipping and handling costs are required, the buyer will be reinvoiced for the balance due. Items are not shipped until the invoice is completely paid. Many buyers purchase a number of lots. Every effort will be made to include all lots in a single shipping charge calculated to cover the weight and...
This was a famous mine in Arizona. Vulture Mine is a gold mine & abandoned settlement nestled into the breathtaking landscape of the Sonoran Desert in Arizona. The settlement, named Vulture City, was established in 1866, and developed to meet the needs of Arizona's most successful gold mine. The town population quickly rose to 5,000 residents. From 1863 to 1942, the mine produced 340,000 oz. of gold & 260,000 oz. of silver & has been credited with founding the town of Wickenburg. 1) Lease with itemized chart of moneys required in January 1939. Lease between Mrs. Ray Siedletz a widow, of Los Angeles, CA & Lessor, & A.F. Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Lessee. 2) photos of the mine. From the Salvatore Falcone Collection. State: Arizona City: Wickenburg Date: 1939 HWAC# 83574