Lost Apache Gold Mine

Uncover the captivating tale of the Lost Yuma Ledge Mine, a legendary Apache lost gold mine in Arizona that has enthralled treasure hunters and history buffs for generations. 

This video delves into the rich history of gold mining in Arizona and the enduring mystery surrounding this fabled hidden mine and its secret treasure.

Lost Apache Gold Mine

 Gold quartz specimen - Lost Yuma Gold Mine

Gold quartz specimen

Join us as we explore the intriguing story of “Yuma,” the sole white man entrusted with the location of this lost bonanza, and his ill-fated partnership with the merchant Crittenden. From the dusty streets of the Old West to the rugged wilderness of the Arivaipa country, we’ll retrace the steps of these daring prospectors and their perilous quest for Arizona gold. Discover the clues left behind by Yuma and Crittenden, from the 1940s discovery of a rusted Colt revolver to hushed rumors of an astonishingly rich gold ledge hidden in the unforgiving Sonoran Desert. We’ll explore the rich history of Arizona gold mines, the legends of the Apache, and the enduring allure of lost treasure stories.

Fort Grant, AZ

Fort Grant, AZ

Whether you’re passionate about Arizona history, gold prospecting, or the thrill of the hunt for lost mines and hidden treasures, this video is a must-watch. Immerse yourself in the drama and danger of the Old West as we unravel the secrets of the Lost Yuma Gold Ledge and explore the fascinating world of Arizona gold mining. Join us on this captivating journey into the heart of Arizona’s lost treasure stories and experience the enduring mystery of the Lost Yuma Ledge Mine. Don’t miss this exciting adventure into the world of lost gold mines, Apache legends, and the relentless pursuit of hidden wealth in Arizona’s rugged landscape.


Lost Apache Gold Mine


High Grade Silver Ore Slab

silver slab - Gold Prospector Holiday Unique Gifts

silver slab – example only

Nice sawn vein specimen of fresh, unaltered high grade silver ore from the world-class Cobalt Ontario deposits. Sawn on one side only.  The deposit was described in Mineralogical Record, Volume 43, Number 6.  In general, veins are predominantly composed of carbonates (calcite and/or dolomite) with arsenides and sulpharsenides of Co, Ni and Fe with native Ag and Bismuth.  Most of this material has been squirreled away in collections by now, although specimens do occasionally come to market.

silver slab

There are a few of these silver slabs available. The very bright silver really makes this piece stand out, but, unfortunately makes it all so hard to photograph. As an example the one pictured above is 66 grams for $45.

Silver, Bornite

Silver, Bornite

There are a few of these beautiful native silver w bornite specimens available. Here is a 2 inch x 1 inch, Apx. 17.5 grams – Native Silver on Bornite thumbnail specimen from San Martin, Mexico. As an example the one pictured above is 17.5 grams for $60. 

Avon Gold Rush Collectible stein

Avon Gold Rush Collectible steinGold Rush Avon brown ceramic beer stein with lid 1987 Brazil - Picture 6 of 10

1987 8 1/2” tall  San Francisco Gold Rush Handcrafted in Brazil for Avon. Each one of is individually numbered (#32017) this is the last one. $35.

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All the items shown here are very limited and subject to prior sale without notice.


Also see the most expensive type of gold nuggets, the Crystalline Gold Nuggets

Crystalline gold

Crystalline gold

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