Recently a man from California dug spectacular gold nugget weighing 5.17 ounces per mother Maryposa region, California. Nobleman who discovered it, made their discovery using a metal detector to search for gold nuggets in an area that had previously worked 49ers. His seeker appreciated strange piece of gold at about $ 10 000 due to its excellent quality of the sample. Nugget was resting under one foot of soil and was restored at the end of April 2007. Several friends have worked in this region with excellent results, and has been made a large number of valuable finds. Only a few weeks before this last extraordinary finds another nugget weighing more than three ounces was delivered only about 50 feet from where the nugget was found five ounces. Location is privately owned and not open to the public. A place that contains a concentration of large nuggets like this, praspektaram known as "nugget patches", and the search for them – the goal of search engines everywhere.
Modern metal detectors are good for extracting large gold nuggets, so ancient searchers in their arsenal did not have any tools that would be close to him. Despite the fact that in order to find this kind of a large gold, there is work and special skills, experienced searchers in the US and Australia, the west have considerable success in finding rich homemade patches that passed the old-timers of the 1800s. The recent rise in gold prices, which now stands at around 700 dollars per ounce, aroused the interest of many people to the recreational pursuits of gold art search, and many are still sent to the hills, to see what they can find.
County Maryposa – a historic site in peradgor & # 39; pits mountain range of Sierra Nevada at the southern tip of California, in the region Mother Lode. City Maryposa – a popular tourist attraction, which is advertised as "the gateway to the valley Yosemitsi". In this region there are a number of other popular family attractions, including the State Museum of mining and mineral affairs California. The collection contains mining artifacts, rare specimens of crystalline gold in its various forms, as well as outstanding gemstones and mineral specimens from California and around the world. This includes the nugget Fricot, a 200-ounce crystalline gold from California, who was considered one of the most beautiful pieces of natural gold in the world. The city also allows gold breaded in Maryposa Creek, which runs through the city.