The ginseng season is over, for this Spring, and We do thank you for your business.
 
I'm going "Gold and Diamond" Mining in Indiana.

Will be working the Wabash River Valley
 
If You Have Large Rocks, "Ravines" That Flow Into The Wabash River
Running Water, You Have "Gold".
 
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"Free" Demonstration of Our
Gold Buddy Gold Dredges,
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Hunter Mineral Exploration
Gold and
Diamond Mining Supplies
"We Find It You Mine It"


"Help Wanted"
I Have Got To Old To Run A 3" With Two Motors, But The Machine Is A Gold Getter.

If you Live In Wabash, Huntington Region, Willing To Work 5 Days, I Will show You How. Farm Back Ground Helpful.
It Takes Two To Run The Thing, So Can Bring Your Other Half or Your Buddy.

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Distributor For "Jobe" Wholesale Gold and
Gem Mining Supplies
 Gold Buddy
Gold Dredge's

 

Available with 2 inch suction nozzle, 2 1/2 inch suction nozzle or 2 1/2 inch power jet.

Honda 2.5 HP Engine coupled to a JOBE 95 GPM high pressure aluminum pump.

The revolutionary GOLD BUDDY 10 X 17 Gold Wedge Sluice. The average total weight of the complete dredge is 65 pounds varying slightly depending on configuration.

GOLD BUDDY Uni-Float one piece flotation system.

#7550 2 1/2  OS Power Jet

#7551 2 inch suction nozzle

#7552 2 1/2 inch suction nozzle

$1695.95


The Gold Mining Gold Wheel. Built-in Agitators Vibrate concentrates to settle gold. Decreases processing time 25%. Self-contained carrying case. Runs all day on three gallons of water. The entire weight of the unit is less than 9 lbs including the self-contained carrying case. The spiral pan is 12 inches in diameter. All components are designed for rugged outdoor use with no lubrication or maintenance. Runs on 12 volts DC. The Gold Miner is the only spiral wheel with this gold grabbing feature. The water volume from the spray bar is adjustable to accurately remove the black sand and leave you with clean gold.

$334.00


    
 The GOLD BUDDY 2 Inch Dredge Hibanker Combo is designed around the GOLD BUDDY 10 inch Magnum Equipment Sluice with it's 4 adjustable leg stand. The GOLD BUDDY Hibanker Hopper with 2 inch Dredge adapter is attached to the sluice by the GOLD BUDDY Header Box Adapter making the entire sluice almost 4 feet long. Powered by a Honda 2.5 horse power, 4-cycle, gasoline engine on a JOBE 1.5 x 1.25 high pressure pump. The pump and engine combination weighs only 18 pounds. This unit comes complete with everything you need for a Hibanker or a 2 inch dredge including 25 feet of 1.5 inch lay flat hose, 15 feet of 2 inch dredge hose, 20 feet of 1.25 inch pressure hose and all the parts, and clamps
$1429.95

 


The GOLD BUDDY 2 Inch Dredge is designed around the GOLD BUDDY 10 inch Magnum Equipment Sluice with it's 4 adjustable leg stand. The 2 inch Dredge Header Box is attached to the sluice by the GOLD BUDDY Header Box Adapter making the entire sluice almost 4 feet long. Powered by a Honda 2.5 horse power, 4-cycle, gasoline engine on a JOBE 1.5 x 1.25 high pressure pump. The pump and engine combination weighs only 18 pounds. This unit comes complete with everything you need for a 2 inch dredge including 15 feet of 2 inch dredge hose, 20 feet of 1.25 inch pressure hose and all the parts, and clamps.
$1195.95
 

5" Gold Dredges


Used $6995.95


Help Wanted, Sales, Part Time
Mining Supplies, Ginseng Seeds. Gold Prospecting Background Preferred
But Will Train If You Live In The
Wabash, Huntington Region,
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Alex,  Then, Ayla, Layele My Daughter and Granddaughter
That's Me On Tractor Age 6, Alex Grandson Age 7
and My Grandfather, George Hunter Taken about 1938
That little girl is going to take me to the asteroid belt.
11.37 grams of Indiana gold.
"Indiana Gold Season Of 08"

"Mining Glacial Gold And Diamond Deposit's In Indiana"

I Wear A Brown County Diamond Ring!

 

The Legend of the Dowagiac Diamond
As told to me and my father, by Earl Mesner around 1953.

My father’s Great Uncle was Earl Mesner, whom Dad said was the very last of the full-blooded Seneca Indians left in Michigan.

He brought some furs over to Dad, who bought both furs and ginseng. We were sitting out in his car because my Mother didn’t allow smoking in the house. Earl must have been in his eighties at the time, Dad was sitting in the front seat and I was in the back, I couldn’t have been more than ten or eleven at the time. Earl had been sitting there quiet for several minutes, and he just reached into his pocket and pulled out a diamond in the rough. As my eyes were spellbound by the brilliance of that stone in the sunlight, Earl said this is the Dowagiac diamond’s little sister. This stone was about the size of my thumbnail, probably around three carets. He said you should have seen her big sister. He went on to explain how that during the depression he had the chance to see the Dowagiac diamond, which was found in the early thirties near the Indiana Michigan border and weighted 10.875 carets. I asked him "Well how big was its big sister?" and he said, "the size of a woman’s fist." He went on to tell my father and me that as a young man about my age at the time, his grandfather had taken him to see the "woman stone". It was held in great reverence by the Seneca and according to the legend gave great powers to the wearer, primarily the power to heal and the power to destroy.

This has led to a lifelong pursuit of diamond prospecting. Now the total yield of this endeavor I refer to as the Brown County diamond, which I wear rather proudly on my right hand. I found the diamond in 1992 in Brown County Indiana, while prospecting for gold. I saw it in my gold pan. Picked it up, looked at it and threw it over my left shoulder, just as I realized what it was. I searched for it for several hours, to no avail. I returned two nights later with an ultraviolet light that I could run off of a twelve-volt battery. A diamond in the rough will glow under ultraviolet light.  I had no more than turned the light on in the area and there it lay. In the rough it was a shade over a caret and a half, it cut to a little over one half caret.

Diamonds have been found in Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. These diamonds are the result of glacial movement over kimberlite pipes and laproite deposits.

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Author and Client Gold Prospecting,
Arizona Winter Of '82
That's A Gold King 2 1/2" Dredge I Sold
Them, At That Time.

 I usually spent my summers out in the gold fields of the western states, but not this summer, I am going to be in Indiana. Originally as a prospector looking for the mother lode, but as the years passed, I found it was much more interesting to be a mining guide, taking the weekend prospectors out. The real enjoyment is in the finding!


Another thing worth mentioning is the real possibility of finding a glacial diamond while gold prospecting. Over the years, there have been many very spectacular diamonds found by gold prospectors and other folks in Indiana and the surrounding states. Some of these weighed several carats and were of very fine quality. They originated in kimberlite deposits north of the Canadian gold fields and were transported and fanned out all across this region by the same forces that deposited gold. Diamonds are not much heavier than your average rock. They have a specific gravity of around 3.51, but that is enough for them to occasionally end up in your concentrates. I have found several small ones myself over the years and I am always on the lookout for them whenever Im doing a cleanup. You are probably a hundred times more likely to find a one carat diamond than you are a one ounce gold nugget in Indiana, so be sure to check your cons carefully!

One last word of wisdom for my fellow Hoosier prospectors: Myself and others have worked very hard to legalize gold prospecting in Indiana, and we sure hope to keep it that way. So if you decide to prospect here, please follow the rules and help us keep it open for everyone. It saddens my heart to see what has happened to prospecting out West in recent years. If they are allowed to get away with that, who knows where or what will be next. There are a few common sense things that we, as prospectors, can do to keep things running smoothly in Indiana. By being polite and respectful to property owners, picking up our trash, filling in our holes and following the DNRs rules, I think we will be able to enjoy this American tradition for many years to come, at least here in the Hoosier state.

There is plenty of gold in Indiana and the Midwest as a whole for everyone, and I hope anyone who pursues it finds their fortune! Remember, half the fun is in the hunt and the great memories it brings. Best of luck to you all!

 

"We Will Trade "Glacial Gold" Ginseng Seeds For "Veneer Quality Trees"  

"We Are Now Buying"
"Standing Hardwood Timber"
"Furniture Grade And Veneer Quality"  
                    
"Black Walnut, Cherry, Hard Maple, Red Oak, White Oak"
Trees must be at least 54" in circumference at chest height and 8' from the ground to the bottom of the first defect, cat face or limb.
Due to the high cost of moving equipment  we must have a minimum of 35 trees, which can usually be met on a 10 acre woods and leave the woods with the right light for growing ginseng. We will not over Harvest any woods for any reason.
We offer full payment in advance, conscientious logging practices, and maximum utilization of all trees harvested. 
"We Will Buy or Trade
"Glacial Gold"
Ginseng Seeds For" 
"Veneer Quality Trees"  

American Veneer Company 
Specialists in Veneer Quality Hardwoods
P.O. Box 122
Houghton Lake Mi. 48629

American Veneer Company Specialists Veneer Quality Hardwoods
For More Info Click This Link

             

   

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