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16 to 1 Mine 1965

 
 

June 24, 2011 Ready for the Shareholders.

 
 

Home of the Winter Warlock.  The entrance to the Sixteen to One Mine Corporate Office, March 24, 2011.

 
 

 

February 17, 2011.  Winter returns after a three-week hiatus.  This is part of the old dairy in Alleghany.

 
 

 

Michael Miller aka "Catman" has been trapping feral cats at his house and having them spayed and neutered and re-releasing them.  Well, one morning this strange kitty appeared in one of his traps....

 
 

 

Musical instruments & musical people, heading underground.  Rita Hosking's latest release was recorded underground at the Sixteen to One. Click here to get to the CD site:  www.cdbaby.com/cd/hoskingfeder

 
 

 

Dick Brooks in the old stamp mill at the Sixteen to One, 1965.  He is holding a carbide lamp. Dick was the mill man and caretaker for the mine for many, many years.  He also served as a Sheriff's Deputy for Alleghany.  Photo courtesy of Wayne Brooks.

 
 

DATE CHANGED TO MARCH 2nd!

Footage filmed at the
Sixteen to One Mine is
included in this program.

 
 

FOR SALE

"The Whopper" is the largest specimen in our gold collection.  Weight: 13 lbs

Gold content: 140 troy ounces of gold. 

Price: $840,000 OBO

A full color specimen catalog with individual prices should be available by June 11, 2009.  You can see some of the items under "news" below. 

Send a check for $10 made out to Sixteen to One Mine, P.O. Box 909, Alleghany, CA 95910

to receive a catalog.

 
 

The Corporate Office in mid-January.  The snow got much deeper over the next couple weeks!

 
 

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PO Box 909
Alleghany, California 95910
 

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