Engineer Mine, B.C. Mineral Specimens

 

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BCGold Corp. had the pleasure of hosting geological specimen collector David K. Joyce at the historic Engineer Mine during the Company's 2012 Engineer Mine exploration and development program. Mr. Joyce worked alongside the Company's crews to search in active and historically producing zones and dumps of the mine in order to collect specimens "that reflect the unique geology and mineralogy of [Engineer Mine]."

Mr. Joyce is offering the beautiful mineral specimens that he collected for sale to shareholders, collectors, museums, and anyone else interested in capturing a piece of the Engineer Mine legacy. Go to the David K. Joyce Minerals website (a new browser window will open*) to view or select one for yourself. On Mr. Joyce's site you will find detailed information, images, and prices for a number of calcite and quartz, electrum, and stibarsen-arsenic specimens from Engineer Mine.

* Users should be aware that in linking to an outside website, you are leaving the BCGold Corp. website and BCGold Corp. is not responsible for the content of any other website.




This sample from Engineer Mine shows gold in quartz found as float. It was retrieved from the lakeshore near the old mill. To view more samples with enlargements go to "Images" in the right side menu or to the David K. Joyce Minerals website.