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Gold Rush and History

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Gold Nugget Panning Paydirt
Code: 49er002
Price: $11.99
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Paydirt from where the 1849 California Gold Rush started
This paydirt comes from the American River in Coloma California. The dirt was dredged out of the river using a small 2.5 inch hose. This paydirt may have some gold flakes and/or nuggets & comes direct from Coloma & Bythe saw mill where James Marshall discovered gold. It contains many minerals such as quartz & granite and has not been panned yet. The paydirt was dredged over the summer of 2010 and 2011 and contains real gold. One order contains 2 bags with a total weight of approximately 11 ounces.
* may be limited to one per customer or limited to stock on hand.
 
 



Gold from Coloma California
Code: 49er003
Price: $4.49
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These vials of gold are made from gold dredged from the American River in Coloma, California. The vials are filled with gold leaf and mineral oil. These are great gifts for kids or history buffs.

 
 



Indian Head Penny and Gold Money Clip
Code: 49er004
Price: $29.99
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Indian Head Penny and Gold Money Clip

Both the gold and Indian Head penny come from the American River in Coloma, California.

The Story of Miner Mad Jack
This is a story miners tell about Mad Jack who sluiced and panned for gold on the American River in the late 1890's. Jack had a special area that he liked to pan. His days' take was a pennyweight or two of gold, which was enough to buy one meal a day. This particular spring day Jack went to the river looking for the elusive large gold nuggets that would make him rich. Jack looked up and down the river and saw 20 or more miners panning. Jack found an Indian Head penny and in a loud voice said "I'm throwing this here penny in the river for good luck". Well, Jack got his wish and found a nugget that weighed around 30 pennyweights or 1.5 ounces. The next day all of the other miners were throwing pennies in the river hoping to change their luck. These pennies can still be found in the river today. Now you can own one of these pennies crafted into jewelry.
 
 



Indian Head Penny and Gold Money Belt Buckle
Code: 49er005
Price: $29.99
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Indian Head Penny and Gold Money Belt Buckle

Both the gold and Indian Head penny come from the American River in Coloma, California.

The Story of Miner Mad Jack
This is a story miners tell about Mad Jack who sluiced and panned for gold on the American River in the late 1890's. Jack had a special area that he liked to pan. His days' take was a pennyweight or two of gold, which was enough to buy one meal a day. This particular spring day Jack went to the river looking for the elusive large gold nuggets that would make him rich. Jack looked up and down the river and saw 20 or more miners panning. Jack found an Indian Head penny and in a loud voice said "I'm throwing this here penny in the river for good luck". Well, Jack got his wish and found a nugget that weighed around 30 pennyweights or 1.5 ounces. The next day all of the other miners were throwing pennies in the river hoping to change their luck. These pennies can still be found in the river today. Now you can own one of these pennies crafted into jewelry.

The belt buckle will take a belt up to 1 3/4". The buckle is approximately 3 5/8” wide x 2 1/2” tall
 
 



Indian Head Penny and Gold Bolo Tie
Code: 49er006
Price: $18.99
Quantity in Basket: none
Indian Head Penny and Gold Bolo Tie

Both the gold and Indian Head penny come from the American River in Coloma, California.

The Story of Miner Mad Jack
This is a story miners tell about Mad Jack who sluiced and panned for gold on the American River in the late 1890's. Jack had a special area that he liked to pan. His days' take was a pennyweight or two of gold, which was enough to buy one meal a day. This particular spring day Jack went to the river looking for the elusive large gold nuggets that would make him rich. Jack looked up and down the river and saw 20 or more miners panning. Jack found an Indian Head penny and in a loud voice said "I'm throwing this here penny in the river for good luck". Well, Jack got his wish and found a nugget that weighed around 30 pennyweights or 1.5 ounces. The next day all of the other miners were throwing pennies in the river hoping to change their luck. These pennies can still be found in the river today. Now you can own one of these pennies crafted into jewelry.
 
 



Gold Miner Money Clip
Code: 49er007
Price: $27.99
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Our Money Clip design features a Pick & Shovel and a pan filled with gold from the American River in Coloma, California. The clips have a gold finish with the actual California gold encased in clear resin.

The clips come with a black pouch to hold them. Great for gift giving.
 
 



Gold Miner Pin
Code: 49er008
Price: $8.99
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A Golden Piece of History

Since the 1848, miners have scoured the hills and streams of the American West in search of gold. Now, finding gold is much easier. This miner with gold pan pin, made with fine Placer gold, embedded in clear resin, is yours to treasure as a remembrance of the spirit of the west. This pin was handmade in Sacramento, California, using gold from the American River in the town of Coloma, California.
 
 



Gold Pan Pin
Code: 49er009
Price: $6.99
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A Golden Piece of History

Since the 1848, miners have scoured the hills and streams of the American West in search of gold. Now, finding gold is much easier. This gold pan pin, made with fine Placer gold, embedded in clear resin, is yours to treasure as a remembrance of the spirit of the west. This pin was handmade in Sacramento, California, using gold from the American River in the town of Coloma, California.

Can be used at tie tack.
 
 



Gold Pan with Pick and Shovel Pin
Code: 49er010
Price: $34.99
Quantity in Basket: none
A Golden Piece of History

Since the 1848, miners have scoured the hills and streams of the American West in search of gold. Now, finding gold is much easier. This Gold pan with pick and shovel pin, made with fine Placer gold, embedded in clear resin, is yours to treasure as a remembrance of the spirit of the west. This pin was handmade in Sacramento, California, using gold from the American River in the town of Coloma, California.

This Pin contains a large gold nugget.
 
 



Gold Pick and shovel Pin/Tie Tack
Code: 49er011
Price: $8.99
Quantity in Basket: none
A Golden Piece of History

Since the 1848, miners have scoured the hills and streams of the American West in search of gold. Now, finding gold is much easier. This pick and shovel pin, made with fine Placer gold, embedded in clear resin, is yours to treasure as a remembrance of the spirit of the west. This pin was handmade in Sacramento, California, using gold from the American River in the town of Coloma, California.
 
 



Necklace with California Gold Vial
Code: 49er014
Price: $5.99
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Necklace with California Gold vial
This is a gold plated chain with a small plastic vial filled with gold from the American River in Coloma, California.
 
 



California Novelty Money
Code: nov001
Price: $1.49
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Collectible Novelty Money Note 

The Front of the Bill shows Peter H. Burnett as the first governor of the State of California. The bill's denomination, 1850, is the year of admission to the Union as the 22nd state.  The state's actual admission date, 9/9/1850, is encoded in the serial number within CA, the state's abbreviation. The Back of the Bill shows the state bird as the California Quail, the California Poppy as the state flower, the California Redwood as the state tree, and the California Grizzly Bear.  The U.S. Commemorative Quarter Dollar for the State of California is pictured. The state's nickname, The Golden State, is also listed.

Wording and/or Theme found on this bill:
- 1850
- Peter H. Burnett, First Governor
- Sacramento, CA (State Capital City)
- California Quail
- California Redwood Tree
- California Poppy
- California Grizzly Bear
- The Golden State (State Nickname)

Pictures found on this bill:
- First California Governor Peter H. Burnett
- Serial Number is C991850A (California's September 9, 1850 Admission Date to the U.S. as a State, within the State’s Abbreviation of CA)
- California State Bird ~ Valley Quail ~
- California State Mammal ~ Grizzly Bear ~
- California State Flower ~ California Poppy ~
- California State Tree ~ Redwood Tree ~ Sequoia sempervirens
- California's "Yosemite Valley" State Commemorative Quarter

Each Bill:
- Is brand new and has been handled as un-circulated mint currency.
- Is a beautiful collectible, commemorative item.
- Is great for collectors, gifts, promotions, kids, or as giveaways.
- Is finely detailed and is the same size, and has a similar look and feel as real U.S. currency.
- Is printed in bank note multi-colors on both sides.
Is a novelty item and has no monetary value anywhere in the world.
 
 



California Novelty Money 1849 GOLD RUSH - MILLION DOLLAR BILL
Code: nov002
Price: $1.49
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Collectible Novelty Money Note 1849 GOLD RUSH - MILLION DOLLAR BILL

This Special Edition Million Dollar Bill SERVES TO COMMEMORATE THE CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH WHICH BEGAN ON JANUARY 24, 1848, WHEN GOLD WAS DISCOVERED BY JAMES W. MARSHALL AT SUTTER'S MILL, IN COLOMA, CALIFORNIA. Same size and shape of REAL money!
B>Each Bill:
- Is brand new and has been handled as un-circulated mint currency.
- Is a beautiful collectible, commemorative item.
- Is great for collectors, gifts, promotions, kids, or as giveaways.
- Is finely detailed and is the same size, and has a similar look and feel as real U.S. currency.
- Is printed in bank note multi-colors.
- Is a novelty item and has no monetary value anywhere in the world.
 
 

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