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Official records show that over 1,300 nuggets of 20 ounces or more were taken from Victorian gold fields.
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On Friday 5th February 1869, John Deason was working around the roots of a stringy bark tree, about 80 yards from his house.
Google maps 5, minami-Torishima Island, also known as Marcus Island, hosts vast reserves of rare elements in deep-sea mud.Within a few days the melted down gold in ingots was conveyed to Melbourne was forwarded to the bank of England on the steamship "Reigate" leaving harbour on Sunday 21st February.The finding of large nuggets was not unusual, and in fact was expected.Further breaking up was carried out in the bank and after five hours was eventually smelted down.Among them is Pennsylvania-based Jocelyn Elizabeth, whose 20,000 subscribers know her.A further 436 pounds was later paid for gold that was essentially residue from the large nugget still encased in quartz.Although advised to take the nugget direct to Melbourne, the owners thought it safer to deliver it to a bank in Dunolly as soon as possible to avoid the bushrangers.After taking the nugget into Deason's hut it was placed in the fire to break the black quartz away from the gold itself.
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One of the metals found, yttrium, is used for camera lenses and mobile phone screens - currently it is worth 3,400 per pound.
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Elisha says: Hello, the item you were asking about is the center of a stearing wheel for a car im not sure what kind.Reputedly one digger had shifted his tent because he could not get the stakes into the ground in one corner.The three-legged part would sit into grooves and the heating element would rest on top.Eventually the Moliagal gold field at Bull-dog Gully was being worked by a few souls including Deason and Oates.Deason, his wife and Oates would have claimed these workings, but 300 square feet over several years working here seem to be somewhat impracticable, and it appears probable that the two men worked other diggings and joined other nearby rushes from time to time.It was clearly a huge clump of gold and trying to prise it out of the ground with his pick he broke the handle.
Deason considered this strange, as there were no boulders on this side of the hill.