Lone Hand Gold Mine, Salgash gold mines (Warrawoona), Marble Bar, East Pilbara Shire, Western Australia, Australia
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GML 512. The most easterly of the Warrawoona leases. The north boundary held a large reef, opened at three places along the outcrop. The reef was 2 feet thick of quartz, with frequent muscovite, limonite, malachite, pyrite, chalcopyrite, chalcedony and gold, with minor siderite.
7 valid minerals.
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Gibb-Maitland, A. (1908), The Geological Features and Mineral Resources of the Pilbara Goldfield, Geological Survey of Western Australia, State Government of Western Australia, 1908