Lecture Series: “Gold is where you find it, or not”, Larry Martin
October 18 @ 7:30 pm
Metal Detectors, Visual Observation, Buried Treasure and
“Gold is where you find it, or not”
This fascinating lecture will discuss and demonstrate how to visually identify gold and silver on the surface of the ground and better yet how to find it with a metal detector. I think we all agree on one thing with regards to digging for gold and treasure – finding it quickly & regularly isn’t possible without the best gold detector. There’s no two-ways about it, investing in a less than adequate device simply isn’t going to work and will likely end in nothing more than sheer frustration. Larry’s lecture and demonstration is to ease the burden for budding newbies and also the more experienced who are interested in improving their chances of finding gold. Various metal detectors will be demonstrated at the lecture. Bring your detectors to the lecture and let’s have some fun testing them out.
Currently: Director of Exploration and Chief Geologist Comstock Mining Inc, Virginia City, NV Born and raised in northwest Kansas. Graduated Colorado School of Mines: BSc. Geologic Engineering & minor in Mining Engineering Certified Professional Geologist / American Institute of Professional Geologist 39 years professional experience in mining or related geological and engineering disciplines Assigned to several Nevada mines ranging from early grass root exploration, to development and expansion phases: Borealis, Manhattan, Hog Ranch, Olinghouse, Granstville, Rawhide, Sleeper, Comstock International assignments: Liberia, West Africa; Queensland, Australia; Northwest Territory, Canada; Honduras, Central America; El Forte, Mexico.
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