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I know of a few 20 acre unpatented mining claims in Oregon at this time that I can set you up with for $1,000 each.  Call for details.
The photo's you see below are of a 20 acre unpatented mining claim on West Fork Cow Creek located and recorded in Douglas County, Oregon.

  If you would like to purchase or have questions about these claims call 541-670-3938.  If you are a serious potential buyer I strongly suggest you make a phone call rather than text or e-mail.  He is not much into computers, so voice to voice on the phone is the best way to make contact.

The claim is roughly 27 miles from the exit 103 on I-5 freeway.  This is how you get to the claim.  Take the I-5 exit that heads west towards Riddle, Oregon and follow that road 25.4 miles and you will come to a bridge.  On the bridge it is painted "West Fork" and you will need to turn right and go over the bridge and cross the railroad tracks and you will then travel 3 miles and you will come to the claim.  You will identify the claims by the 2 ft. by 2 ft. white signs nailed to the trees that read Claim No Mining along with the ORMC numbers of 171848.  This claim is 660 ft. wide by 1,320 ft. long.  The claim gives you a quarter mile of creek to prospect.  You will find one of these signs on the east and west ends of the claim marking the boundaries. The claim is $1500.  There is lots of exposed bedrock in and out of the creek  on this claim.  You will see the creek sets down in a semi-steep narrow ravine.  The creek is within 100 to 200 ft. from the asphalt road that follows the creek on this claim.  There is a couple spots just off the road where you can park a camper or small RV on this claim.  There is nice big camping area just past the claim where there is room for lots of RV's of any size.  West Fork Cow Creek is one of the main tributary feeders to Cow Creek
Below are Directions and photos of two 40 acre claims on Glade Creek in Jackson County Oregon which abutt one another.  Each claim offers 1/4 mile of creek frontage.

It usually snows a few times a year in this area and then melts off the same day or within a day or two. Very seldom it snows enough in this area to prevent you getting to the claims. Obviously during those snowy times a person would want a 4-wheel drive. We were just out there March 10th and we hit a few spots with a couple inches of snow for probably 50 to 100 ft. and then it would turn back to dirt. 
This claim is located on Glade Creek in Jackson county, Oregon The name of the claim is Gold Claw. The claim is legally recorded in the Jackson county recorders office and with BLM. The ORMC number is 168872 This claim is located in Section 18, Township 40 S, Range 1 W of the Willamette meridian totaling 40 acres. Some decent gold has been recovered off these claims with some nice benches to be worked. This claim is $1,500.  The majority of gold I have found on these claims have been fine to flake gold with pickers as I haven't had time to work these claims much at all. These claims have exposed bedrock in and out of the creek and I have found some nice pickers in some of the crevaces.  

Here are the directions on how to get to this claim. Please drop me an e-mail if you plan to go to the claim so I know who is out there.

From Grants Pass Oregon you will take 238 East 21 miles to the small town of Ruch. You will turn right on Applegate Road heading towards Applegate Lake. I added a photo of Applegate Lake on this page for you to see. It is not included in the sale of this claim. The lake was low at the time. You will travel 2.8 miles on Applegate Road and turn left onto Little Applegate Road and then go 6.2 miles and the road will then turn to dirt . Go straight where it turns to dirt on the dirt road and you will go 8 miles and you will go over the bridge and you will see Wagner Gap Road 2250 to your left, just stay to the right on road 2030. You will then go about 1 ½ miles to the next bridge, go over the bridge and you will see a road to the left that follows Glade Creek and that is still road 2030, go up that road. Travel roughly 1/2 mile and you will see my claim signs nailed to trees marking the south and north border of this claim. You will also see the pull in area to set up camp. I also own the next claim up that abuts to this claim for sale. This other claim known as Gold Claw 1 with a ORMC # 168873 is $1,500 also. If someone wanted them both the price would be $2,500.  All paper work is current until September 1, 2016.  Once the claim is paid for a deed will be notorized and recorded in the Jackson County recorder office and with BLM transferring the claim to the new owner.  All transfer fees will be paid by us.

A Lode Claim and a Placer Claim!

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Below are pictures of an unpatented Lode Claim.
This claim is just outside of Ruch, Oregon in Jackson County.
This claim has two separate adits/tunnel entrances giving it two levels. It
also has a pretty good size tailing dump.  I have found gold throughout this mine in the dump and in the walls.  As you can see in the photos the walls and ceiling are in good shape and I feel quite safe in this mine unlike some others I have been in.  As you can see the tracks are still in the mine.

I am also going to be throwing in a 20 acre placer claim that pretty much abuts the lower end of this lode claim.  The placer claim is on a small creek which is dried up except in the winter and rainy months, but match head size rough course gold has been recovered from this small creek.  The best way to work the placer claim is during the heavy rainy season with a sluice box and shovel or some set up that recirculates the water.

One of the original owners that dates back to the 30's and 40's known as 
Mr. Jackson, reports a number of assays taken from the tunnel averaged $70.00 per ton in gold. This is 2 ounces of gold per ton. Gold was $35.00 ounce at the time.  In some of the other reports it was mentioned that there was 2 to 3 ounces of gold per ton.

There is good access to this claim with an ATV or by foot at the moment, but with a little dirt work and a culvert where the heavy rains washed out the road many years ago you could gain access with a pick up truck.  So, at the moment it is ATV access or walk in about a quarter mile.

This claim has Antimony over 10 percent, 
Sodium, Aluminum, Tin 
Barium, Titanium, Vanadium, Chromium,
Potassium, Copper, Silver, Magnesium, Cadmium, Manganese, Nickel, 
Some Assays show more.

The claim is $25,000 Cash, or I will take payment in gold or silver bullion at spot price.

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Below are some pictures of two unpatented claims on Kinney Creek in Jackson County, Oregon.  They are $1500.00 each.

These claims are roughly 10 to 11 miles south from the small community of Ruch, Oregon off of Palmer Creek road which is a good asphalt road except the last mile or two which turns into a good dirt road. Applegate Lake is roughly 3 miles to the south from these claims. As you can see in the all Topo map provided these two claims abut one another. The claims are known as and registered as Dusty Gold 3 which is a 37.77 acre claim with an ORMC 167854 and Dusty Gold 4 claim abuts that claim. Dusty Gold 4, ORMC numbers are 167855. Dusty Gold 4 is a 30.57 acre claim. Both of these claims are located In Township 40 south, Range 3 west, Section 18 in the SW 1/4 in the Willamette, Meridian. These claims are $1,500 each or $2,500 for both. You will notice in the pictures that Kinney Creek is a very small creek and it does dry up to a trinkle in the summer months. Don't let the size of this creek fool you, you will be amazed of the rough, sharp, jagged gold coming off these claims. Platinum has also been found on these claims. Very fine, but platinum. These claims would be ideal to prospect with a sluice box or just pan during the fall, winter, and spring in the rainy months. During the warmer summer months your pretty much looking at panning, metal detecting and dry washing depending on Mother Nature. It seldom snows in this area and if it does it usually melts off the same day it snows.

Also have another claim up stream from these two roughly one and a quarter miles known as Dusty Gold 2. ORMC 167853. Located in Township 40 south, Range 4 west, Section 15 in the NE 1/4 of the Willamette Meridian. This claim is 39.39 acres in size. You have good road all the way up until the last 1/4 mile and there is a parking spot where you will have to walk the last 1/4 and it is not a hard walk, it is pretty easy for this part of the country. This claim is also $1,500 or we can possibly do a package deal.

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This is a 40 acres mining claim on the East Fork illinois River. This claim is $12.000
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