British Columbia Gold Claims For Sale By Owner

Below you will find a list of claims both Placer and Mineral here in BC for sale by owner. If you would like to have your claim listed for sale here. please contact Spindle below.

Email: spindle@shaw.ca

This placer claim is located on the historic placer rich Similkameen River adjacent to the Copper Mountain Mine, about 14 kilometers west of Princeton, British Columbia. An interesting location.

about 14 kilometers west of Princeton, British Columbia. Its a fantasic claim.

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1 cell (20.39 hectares)

Email:sobreirabalaba@gmail.com

Interested persons can call 604 316 5528, or write to Stephen R.Rolan

1205 -45650 MCINTOSH DR.CHILLIWACK, British Columbia V2P 6Y5,

Mineral Claims for Sale would like to sell or Option tenure numbers: 378403, 348056, 348054, 378402,

located at about the 6,000 foot elevation near the top of Lakit

Mountain,north of Fort Steele, British Columbia, near the former Kootenay King Mine. Two meta-volcanic vertical bands (veins) on the claims carry gold.

Interested persons can call 604 316 5528, or write to Stephen R.Rolan

1205 -45650 MCINTOSH DR.CHILLIWACK, British Columbia V2P 6Y5,

Email:sobreirabalaba@gmail.com

If you would like to sell your claim on this page please contact Spindle below.

Email: spindle@shaw.ca

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Lost Treasures of the World
The Pitt Lake Helicopter Crash 2002
The Treasure Hunters Insider
Outlaw Prospecting
The Lost Treasure of New Mexico
Digging for Gold on Cayoosh creek
The Mitchell Hedges Crystal Skull
The Lost Library of the Mayan Itza
The Lost Treasure of Cocos Island
Nazi Gold and the B25 bomber
The Lost Treasure of the Nazis
The Treasure Map Collection
The Lue Map and a Nazi connection
The Lost Treasure of Ecuador
The Lost Treasure of Mexico
The Lost Treasure of France
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Exploring for gold on the Coquihalla