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  • Ownership of mineral rights (more properly "mineral interest") is an estate in real property. Technically it is known as a Mineral Estate and often referred to as mineral rights.

  • That portion of the public mineral lands that a miner, for mining purposes, takes hold of and possesses in accordance with mining laws.

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  • For Sale is the fifth album by German pop band Fool's Garden, released in 2000.

  • For Sale is a tour EP by Say Anything. It contains 3 songs from …Is a Real Boy and 2 additional b-sides that were left off the album.

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"

  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color

  • An alloy of this

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An Act To modify the requirements applicable to locatable minerals on public domain lands, consistent with the principles of self-initiation of mining claims, and for other purposes.

An Act To modify the requirements applicable to locatable minerals on public domain lands, consistent with the principles of self-initiation of mining claims, and for other purposes.

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A Rare Greek Silver Tetradrachm of Philippi (Macedon), Among the Finest Known

A Rare Greek Silver Tetradrachm of Philippi (Macedon), Among the Finest Known


d=25 mm
Tetradrachm circa 356-345, AR 13.16 g. Head of young Heracles r., wearing lion skin. Rev. FILIPPWN Tripod with three handles; from the two handles at the sides, two fillet ending in three bunches. In field above, laurel branch and in field r., long handled axe. Traite IV pl. 324, 17. AMNG III pl. 20, 5 (these dies). Bellinger, Philippi in Macedonia, ANS MN 11, 3.

Extremely rare and among the finest specimens known. A very interesting and desirable early Hellenistic issue in the finest style of the period. Old cabinet tone and extremely fine

Ex M&M 54, 1978, 177; Leu 33, 1983, 287 and Lanz 102, 2001, 158 sales.

Philippi, near Mount Pangaeus, was to the Macedonian kings what Laurium had long been to the Athenians – a seemingly inexhaustible source of wealth; the only difference being the mines at Laurium produced silver, and those near Philippi yielded both silver and gold. The Pangaean mines had been exploited in earlier times by Thracians, Athenians and Thasians, only to be claimed by the Macedonian king Philip II (359-336 B.C.) early in his reign. Before Philip’s intervention the city was known as Crenides or Datum, but in 356 Philip renamed it Philippi. He greatly enriched and improved the city, which he repopulated and made a ‘free’ Greek city within his kingdom. At the time Philip II claimed the Pangaean region, the Thasians were working the mines and striking coins with the Heracles/tripod design and the inscription ‘of the Thasians on the mainland’. The Macedonian issues that followed bore the same design, but were inscribed with the new name of the city. The Macedonians produced a full range of denominations – gold staters, silver tetradrachms, drachms and hemidrachms, and bronzes of at least two sizes – in what seems to have been two phases, c. 356-330 B.C., and c. 330-323 B.C. The first phase probably comprised six issues, with this tetradrachm belonging to the inaugural striking. With some confidence we may thus place it in 356, when the city was renamed. Though all gold coins of Philipi adhered to the Attic standard, the earliest silver, such as this tetradrachm, was struck at what Morkholm calls "a rather light variant of Philip’s silver standard". Bellinger believes this was done to "compete for the influence in the Paeonian region," where the standard was lower. But a lighter weight was perhaps needed to discourage their export, and thus keep them around as local currency. In either case, the silver of the second phase of Philippi’s Macedonian coinage (seemingly limited to tetradrachms) was struck to the full weight of regal silver.

NAC29, 150

The One That Got Away

The One That Got Away

Jan 10th, 2011 Juggling Prospects / Negativism

"It is much easier to see what we haven't done than it is to see what we have done" (on workaholics)
If we take stock of what we were able to do, we find it is time for a celebration of our accomplishments. The above boxes were made for sale when I was "not working", or trying to market my own art work during a recession. While "not working", I moved my furniture in, I totally cleaned a filthy home and looked after the two kids of my new mate, who didn't clean either, I planted a veggie garden, made a large compost bin, cleared and landscaped the front yard, painted and cleaned the basement, had a clearing yardsale, bought the kids quilts with the results, found a way to feed vegetables to a little boy who would not eat veggies, and bought waterproof garbage bins for the storage problem in the basement. All the while, I was making boxes and paintings for sale, as well. I lasted at this for three weeks- I got yelled at for leaving a 25 watt lightbulb on to come up the basement stairs and greet my mate. I needed thelight ion the stairs so I could come up the dark basement. I had paid for the paint, stem cleaning of rugs, soaps, rent, quilts, bins, etc and was actively working away when told what a waste I was.The light had been on one minute longer than I had been in the basement.
The same person came later where I lived in another home, and took pictures with me of this wood box for practise. Of course, the photos "didn't work out", when they were my half of the film.

An explanation:
Sour grapes department. One day, my old friend showed up with a brand new lens. He asked me if I would like to try a macro lens on my Konika. Being a chump, I said, hey, great- let's do it.
We both took half the shots each on a roll of Kodak Gold 400.

When I went to Paul Nelsons', (a photo shop) the roll did not turn out. In fact, it was non-existent, they claimed. This happened to 18 rolls (of mine) of Paul Nelsons' film stock, and yet the store never replaced the film.

I kept my old painted box lid, although the box broke from too much wear. It is fragile, and I thought, here is something that I wanted to record- craft painting from my old hippie days- the little things that you never keep a record of, usually!!

painted in: 1989

gold mining claim for sale

gold mining claim for sale

Legal titles to mining claims and water rights in California: under the mining law of Congress, of July, 1866.

The Making of the Modern Law: Legal Treatises, 1800-1926 includes over 20,000 analytical, theoretical and practical works on American and British Law. It includes the writings of major legal theorists, including Sir Edward Coke, Sir William Blackstone, James Fitzjames Stephen, Frederic William Maitland, John Marshall, Joseph Story, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. and Roscoe Pound, among others. Legal Treatises includes casebooks, local practice manuals, form books, works for lay readers, pamphlets, letters, speeches and other works of the most influential writers of their time. It is of great value to researchers of domestic and international law, government and politics, legal history, business and economics, criminology and much more.
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Includes index.

San Francisco : A. Roman, 1867. xxiii, 452 p. ; 23 cm.

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