Gold color copper nuggets

 Real nuggets!

It's the BIG ONE!

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  Payment must be received within seven days.

 

Great gift for any metal/gold prospector!

Add to your club's metal detector hunt!

Bury in an area you know your friend will detect,

and watch or better, video tape, what happens.

If things go right, you may be able to sell your video ... if not, be ready with the EMT phone number!

Great for any collection or just to have great fun with!

The holidays will be here soon ... get a unique copper nugget today!

Gold Color COPPER NUGGETS

FROM THE KEWEENAW PENINSULA IN MICHIGAN

THESE ARE NOT A GOLD NUGGETS

They are GREAT COPPER NUGGETS FROM MI

GREAT SHAPES!!

GUARANTEED TO BE AUTHENTIC!!

*All copper nugget purchases must first be confirmed via email.

 $.35Cents per gram. Payment must be received within seven days.

186 Grams Beauty - Over 6oz.

227 Grams Beauty - Over 7oz.

209 Grams Beauty - Over 6oz.

202Grams Beauty - Over 6oz.

256 Grams Beauty - Over 8oz.

191 Grams Beauty - Over 6oz.

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14.1 Gramshttp://seo711.googlepages.com/j0305725.jpg

58.5 Grams

42.4 Grams

50.2 Grams

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The copper found in this huge specimen was mined up towards the upper end of the Keweenaw Peninsula.  The mining in the upper peninsula stopped about 40 years ago but there are still some mines where they mine these huge nuggets but they are becoming rare. Michiganís unique contribution to archeology is found in the ancient copper mines of the Lake Superior region. The presence of copper in the rocks of the Keweenaw Peninsula has been known for centuries. Copper artifacts show that long before Europeans arrived, native Americans throughout the upper midwest used the metal for making a variety of ornaments, tools, utensils, and weapons. Much of the copper used by the Native American was "drift copper" ó removed from the rocks by the glaciers and dropped randomly in the glacial debris. The Indians were made aware of the existence of the metal by masses of float copper carried south by the glaciers and left lying on the surface. Sometime in the remote past, an unknown tribe began to mine the native copper in the Upper Peninsula. They dug pits in the ground and separated the copper from the stone by hammering, by the use of wedges, and, possibly, by the use of heat. Thousands of hammers have been found in and about the old pits. Copper from these mines was widely distributed throughout the country, and it is probable that numerous tribes made summer pilgrimages to the Upper Peninsula to get supplies of the precious metal.

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Gold color copper nuggets