DEADWOOD HOMESTAKE GOLD MINE CENTENNIAL COLLECTOR COIN

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  • Item Category: Tools
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 26,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction
Very nice Homestake Gold Mine Deadwood Centennial Collector coin. The one side reads "Deadwood Centennial 1876-1976." Shows a bull driven wagon train going down the Main Street of old Historic Deadwood, South Dakota. The other side depicts a working miner with a mining drill and reads at the top "Homestake Gold Mine." The bottom reads: "April 9, 1876." This is a very beautiful collector coin and in super nice condition. The old Homestake Gold Mine was once the largest gold producing mine in the United States. It's been closed down for many years and will never again be used as a gold mine. The mile or so deep shafts are fast filling up with water. This collector coin is approximately the size of a quarter. Shipping via Priority Mail Only and within the United States Only. Payment via Cashier's check or Money Order Only. Please review closely the Method of payment below for the one and only exception to a cashier's check or a money order and thank you for looking.

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