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  1. #1
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    treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Hi all,been hunting around a small area which was known as Battery Hill. Theres about 20 gold mines on the hill and a lot of small diggings and tailing piles spread along the creek. total area covers about 2 square miles, in the 3 days i spent there i only covered the areas that looked promising.Beening late autunm the winter rains have started and 2 inches fell over night. The clay turns too thick mud and the roads become rivers so ,i might have to wait to spring to get back to this site.Finally managed a whole buckle and few nuggets and some relics.

    There pic taken in the gold miners days to give an idea how things were.


    tinpan
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  3. #2
    us
    Mar 2009
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Very Nice finds!
    SkyPirate

  4. #3
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Super, sweet finds! CONGRATS!

    RR





  5. #4
    us
    May 2010
    North Idaho
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Very nice! I'm assuming you are down under. You finding those in the tailings??

  6. #5
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by OldNBroken
    Very nice! I'm assuming you are down under. You finding those in the tailings??

    thanks for the reply, Mostly found between the creek and half way up the hill. the high flat ground where the horse drawn gold puddling machines were.The hard rock mines up the hill a bit the ore was graded so there not much to be had in those tailings. The puddler clay has had the best results so far.

    tinpan

  7. #6
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Hello, tinpan Those are some nice nuggets 8) buttons ,coins and relics are all nice finds ,as well . The picture shows what a tough , difficult work those mines were .. dangerous 2 . It's late spring here on the USA Northeast coast and weather is warm . The worst winter in years for us . I am still cleaning up the damage . Springs rains created even more problems ! exp. a lot of muddy muck here . . Enjoy seeing finds from the land down under Nice work ,mate ! CMDdawg
    Where Ever You Go , There You Are

  8. #7
    au
    Sep 2004
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    welcome to Battery Hill
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  9. #8
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

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  10. #9
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    New Zealand
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Awesome gold Mate
    Those pics are excellent - you must have a new camera
    Cheers, Mike

  11. #10
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    Mar 2010
    Miami Fla
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    WOW!! that's great stuff, how much did that gold weight out? thanks for the pictures, they sure do explain the story, don't they? good luck, be looking forward to seeing more once that place drys out. congrats !!
    Frank and Roxana

  12. #11
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Tinpan, I always enjoy your posts. You take us along with you by your words and pics. Thanks you for taking the time to share your adventures!
    FREEDOM IS NOT FREE

  13. #12
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    May 2008
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Nice bit of gold Tinpan

    Is that a coin weight in with the buttons?
    Who needs Cartwheel Pennies anyway?

  14. #13
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    NJ
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Love your adventures and awesome finds as usual.. the photos are fantastic as well. I hope you get alot more gold from there along with more relics.. cool adventure ..
    Live your life in such a way, that when your feet hit the floor  in the morning, satan shudders and says, OH CHIT, SHE'S AWAKE.

  15. #14
    au
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    Nice bit of gold Tinpan

    Is that a coin weight in with the buttons?
    Gold weight i think shaun. "Bit" don,t you mean "ancient natural hammered"


    tin

  16. #15
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by tinpan
    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    Nice bit of gold Tinpan

    Is that a coin weight in with the buttons?
    Gold weight i think shaun. "Bit" don,t you mean "ancient natural hammered"


    tin


    How much "ancient natural hammered" gold is there?


    Look like fillings to me
    Who needs Cartwheel Pennies anyway?

  17. #16
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by tinpan
    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    Nice bit of gold Tinpan

    Is that a coin weight in with the buttons?
    Gold weight i think shaun. "Bit" don,t you mean "ancient natural hammered"


    tin
    . Nice going tinman, I would love to detect around a gold mine. Whats it like for venomous wildlife around there?.

    hammered

    Because it's always hammer time

  18. #17
    nz
    Aug 2006
    Auckland
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Awesome Tinpan, you never fail to amaze me with the amount of gold you come up with. simply stunning.

    Well done

    Sasnz

  19. #18
    au
    Sep 2004
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    Quote Originally Posted by tinpan
    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    Nice bit of gold Tinpan

    Is that a coin weight in with the buttons?
    Gold weight i think shaun. "Bit" don,t you mean "ancient natural hammered"


    tin


    How much "ancient natural hammered" gold is there?


    Look like fillings to me

    20 grams shaun largest nugget 12.9 grams Seems i have more gold than the whole of the E U lol

    tinpan

  20. #19
    gb
    May 2008
    uk
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by tinpan
    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    Quote Originally Posted by tinpan
    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    Nice bit of gold Tinpan

    Is that a coin weight in with the buttons?
    Gold weight i think shaun. "Bit" don,t you mean "ancient natural hammered"


    tin


    How much "ancient natural hammered" gold is there?


    Look like fillings to me

    20 grams shaun largest nugget 12.9 grams Seems i have more gold than the whole of the E U lol

    tinpan


    That must belong to us somewhere along the line

    Give it back

    Who needs Cartwheel Pennies anyway?

  21. #20
    au
    Sep 2004
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    Re: treasures from the forgotten gold mines of Battery Hill

    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    Quote Originally Posted by tinpan
    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    Quote Originally Posted by tinpan
    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    Nice bit of gold Tinpan

    Is that a coin weight in with the buttons?
    Gold weight i think shaun. "Bit" don,t you mean "ancient natural hammered"


    tin


    How much "ancient natural hammered" gold is there?


    Look like fillings to me

    20 grams shaun largest nugget 12.9 grams Seems i have more gold than the whole of the E U lol

    tinpan


    That must belong to us somewhere along the line

    Give it back

    NO you lot will only waste it on the Greeks

 

 
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