Arizona Gold Map Folio : Including Precious Gems, if any


Arizona Gold Map Folio : Including Precious Gems, if any

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Solid research leads you to areas where your most likely to find precious minerals like gold and silver and the collectible minerals associated.
  • Topographic 1:500,000 scale maps. In most cases all streams, washes, canyons, mountains and other features are shown.
  • Accurate and complete. Down to the last detail. Shows towns, highways, secondary roads, railroads, state and national parks, airports, etc.
  • From state and federal records. US and state Geological Survey Services, and some private sources.
  • Easy to carry, easy to use. You don't have one large sheet which is difficult to handle as with some map companies. Our maps are on 11 x 17 sheets. You can pick out the sheet you want to use and not be bothered with the others.
  • Each map sheet imprinted with location sites. Both gold and gems! This includes sites for lodes and placers
  • Solid reference guides and much more. We certainly don't believe that we know it all. So we've provided you with a few experts to back us up.
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