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Jon Aurich's Photo Gallery

RY9-UWXGold, Famatinite, Alunite

Rogers Syndicate Mine, Goldfield, Goldfield District, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, USA

Dimensions: 1.10 inches x .65 inches x .20 inches

Goldfield Nevada. Bonanza Ore. High Grade Epithermal Gold Specimen. This extraordinarily rich high grade ore is from the famous Rustler #2 and Florence Mines. This specimen would exceed an Assay at well over 1000 ounces of Gold per ton !!
Photo ID: 915609     Uploaded by: Jon Aurich   View Count: 84   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1760 x 2513 pixels (4.4 Mpix)

F3Q-X17Gold, Famatinite, Goldfieldite

Rogers Syndicate Mine, Goldfield, Goldfield District, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, USA

Dimensions: 1.35 inches x .80 inches x .20 inches

Goldfield Nevada. Bonanza Ore. High Grade Epithermal Gold Specimen. From the famous Rustler #2 and Florence Mines. This rare specimen contains Famatinite, Quartz, Alunite, Cryptocrystalline Quartz, Goldfieldite, Milltown Andesite, Dacite, Bismuthinite and Native Gold.
Photo ID: 915378     Uploaded by: Jon Aurich   View Count: 46   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1786 x 3039 pixels (5.4 Mpix)

George S. Nixon. President of The Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company.

Goldfield District, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, USA

George S. Nixon. U.S. Senator of Nevada and President of The Goldfield Consolidated Mines Company. This company was the 17th largest corporation in the United States in 1907.
Photo ID: 914058     Uploaded by: Jon Aurich   View Count: 50   Approval status: User gallery    Type: Photo - 578 x 924 pixels (0.5 Mpix)

Tom Lockhart. Original owner of the Florence Mine.

Florence Mine, Goldfield, Goldfield District, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, USA

Goldfield Nevada. Tom Lockhart. Original owner of the famous Florence Mine. Photograph Circa 1908.
Photo ID: 914057     Uploaded by: Jon Aurich   View Count: 34   Approval status: User gallery    Type: Photo - 574 x 755 pixels (0.4 Mpix)

NT4-81RGold, Famatinite, Bismuthinite

Rogers Syndicate Mine, Goldfield, Goldfield District, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, USA

Dimensions: 1. inches x 2. inches x .25 inches

Goldfield Nevada. Bonanza Ore. High Grade Epithermal Gold Specimen. This rare specimen shows a generous portion of Native Gold, Famatinite and Bismuthinite. It also contains Milltown Andesite, Alunite, Cryptocrystalline Quartz, Goldfieldite and Quartz.
Photo ID: 914055     Uploaded by: Jon Aurich   View Count: 64   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2056 x 3264 pixels (6.7 Mpix)

NCM-HE4Gold, Alunite, Andesite

Goldfield District, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, USA

Dimensions: 1.50 inches x 1. inches x .25 inches

Goldfield Nevada. Bonanza Ore. High Grade Epithermal Gold Specimen. This rare specimen shows the high grade ore that made Goldfield famous from 1904 - 1910. The ore was very rich, some of it running almost 3,000 ounces of Gold to the ton!!
Photo ID: 913712     Uploaded by: Jon Aurich   View Count: 78   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2448 x 3264 pixels (8.0 Mpix)

5L0-P5TGold, Quartz

Daisy mine, McMahon Ridge, Goldfield District, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, USA

Dimensions: .35 inches x 1. inches x .20 inches

Diamondfield Nevada. Bonanza Ore. This rare High Grade Gold Specimen was found in a backfill in the Diamondfield Daisy Mine, the waste was piled in one of the abandoned drifts in the Mine, probably around 1907. Some of the ore was really High Grade, like this example but the rich veins were shallow and didn’t last.
Photo ID: 910961     Uploaded by: Jon Aurich   View Count: 122   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1655 x 2260 pixels (3.7 Mpix)

Mohawk Mine, Goldfield Nevada.

Mohawk Mine, Goldfield, Goldfield District, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, USA

The Mohawk Mine, Goldfield Nevada. The Mohawk was the largest producer of Gold in the famous mining district of Goldfield. The Mine produced over 52 million dollars in gold when the price of Gold was $20.67 an ounce. In today’s prices, it would be in the billions !! The photograph shows miners working in one of the high grade stopes in the mine. Photograph Circa 1906.
Photo ID: 909854     Uploaded by: Jon Aurich   View Count: 86   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 549 x 416 pixels (0.2 Mpix)

Florence Mine, Goldfield Nevada.

Florence Mine, Goldfield, Goldfield District, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, USA

Goldfield Nevada. A view of the famous Florence Mine. The Florence and Rustler #2 are the only Mines left that still have their original buildings and equipment.
Photo ID: 909853     Uploaded by: Jon Aurich   View Count: 94   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 699 x 443 pixels (0.3 Mpix)

XMG-5KHGold, Famatinite, Bismuthinite

Rogers Syndicate Mine, Goldfield, Goldfield District, Esmeralda Co., Nevada, USA

Dimensions: .75 inches x .35 inches x .25 inches

Goldfield Nevada. Bonanza Ore. High Grade Epithermal Gold Specimen. From the famous Rustler #2 and Florence Mines.
Photo ID: 909842     Uploaded by: Jon Aurich   View Count: 76   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1684 x 2566 pixels (4.3 Mpix)
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