The Hazel Gold Mine property known as the Jilson Mine, consists of 340 Patented acres in Siskiyou County, California near the Oregon border. The mine was discovered in 1881 and produced about $800,000 in gold when the price was only $20.67 an ounce (or about $61 million at today's gold prices).
The mine has been developed by five adits which vary in length from 100 to 1500 feet. There 3 distinct gold bearing quartz veins identified including the Potato Patch vein which leads to an underground 1500 square foot room known as the Bridal Chamber. where free gold adorned and decorated the walls of the chamber.
There are 9 ore and waste rock dumps on the property containing about 92,000 short tons of material grading approximately 0.024 opt gold. Reports indicate that in the later stages of mining the ore ran 1 - 5 ounces of gold per ton.
This property has not been drilled but two test holes would likely prove that there is lots of gold remaining to be recovered on this property in both the upper and lower ore zones. Reports by professional geologists are available to qualified buyers.
The owner is willing to sell the all 340 Patented acres of the Hazel Gold Mining Company for $1.6 million. see more info and photos at http://www.californialandandranch.com/CMP/043.asp
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Hazel Gold Mine Property #L1575
(209) 736 0038
Dump Site with #1 mine shaft in background
Bridal Chamber, the underground room where the walls are lined with gold. see next photo
The #2 mine shaft
map of mine property