• Land Size: 93.7 Acres. 80 Acres of patented land and several unpatented claims.
• Governor Mine produced 150,000 tons of ore (rocks). The ore produced 1/3 of an ounce per ton, equivalent to 10 grams of gold per ton of ore. In total, Governor Mine produced 50,000 oz. of gold.
• Between 1880-1942, the mine produced $1.5 million of gold (50,000 oz.), equivalent to about $63,125,000 of gold today.
• Between 1880-1942, the total recorded output in the entire county of Los Angeles is about $2,250,000. Governor Mine’s gold production was about 70% of the recorded gold output of the entire county of Los Angeles.
• Active Working Years: The mine was worked on for 25 years total; (15 years) between 1882-1897 and then (10 years) between 1932-1942.
• Inactive Years: The mine was closed for a total of 107 years since its discovery;
(35 years) between 1897-1932 and (72 years) between 1942-2014.
• The efficiency of recovering gold is about 90% more efficient than what the old timers could have done.
• Unlike most abandoned mines in California that were shut down because there was no more gold; the Governor Mine was shut down because President Franklin D. Roosevelt
ordered all gold miners to work at iron mines in order utilize their mining skills to make weapons in World War II.
• A fortune of gold still remains at the Governor Mine, it has the potential to be a
Multi-Billion Dollar Opportunity!
• With today’s technology and the gold price hovering at around $1,250;
THE GOVERNOR MINE WILL GIVE YOU THE RETURN OF A LEGACY!