Historical Mining Operations Nearby

With countless mining operations in the area, you will find more than what you are expecting at these locations.

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Vulture Mine is historically the most successful gold mine in Arizona.

The Vulture Mine was a gold mine and settlement in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. The mine began in 1863 and became the most productive gold mine in Arizona history. From 1863 to 1942, the mine produced 340,000 ounces of gold and 260,000 ounces of silver. While the original mine shut down, there is still an active mine not open to the public at this time.

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Historic Vulture Mine In Arizona

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Other Active Mines

With over 50 other active mining claims in the area, you can rest assured that this is a mineral rich area. With the historical vulture mine less than 50 miles away from our active mining claims, it is easy to see why every large mining company is in the area trying to strike the next big find. 

A variety of mineral rich areas and known successful mining operations have blanketed the area from the early 1900’s. With countless operations continuing to mine the area in the present day, our claims offer a unique opportunity for investors to act quick. 

With a current rock query contract certified through the BLM, we hope that you find just as much value in our claims that we do!



Monte Christo silver Mine

Another exceptional mine located miles away from the mining claims we are selling!

This silver mine, owned by Ezra Thayer, had its camp less than a mile away from the adjoining Copper Belt Mine. The Monte Cristo Mine was originally mined by Mexicans, who were driven off by prospectors after learning they weren’t American citizens. The Mexicans had hidden the main source of ore. Crampton found the veins and tunnel for Thayer, who successfully mined high grade silver ore that was taken by wagon to Phoenix, on the old Constellation Mine Road. By 1915, after Frank Crampton had left the area, Thayer had 20-30 men putting in three shifts a day. They built a shaft that went down 1,500 feet, along with 3 miles of drifts. They found a 6-foot-wide gold vein, but Thayer blocked them out, believing that his money was safer underground than in a bank! He sold the mine in 1926. Today, ruins of this mine, which has been reopened many times, can be seen along Constellation Mine Road. Some believe there are still good deposits of gold and silver bearing ore there.

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