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calvarite gold ore for sale

Post by giom » August 11th, 2018, 7:30 am

for sale calvarite gold ore over 100 kilogram . its over 35 percent gold contant .i can send a simple if some one intersted . its been assayed .thanks

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Post by goldsilverpro » August 11th, 2018, 8:57 am

I would guess your assay is at least 10,000 times too high. Even that would be 1 oz/ton ore. I hope you realize that no one on this forum believes anything you say. If it were 35%, it would be metal, not rock. That's almost 10K.

Send photos. I've never seen 35% gold ore and I doubt if anyone else in the world has either. Why not refine it yourself - it's worth $6,000 a pound. Are you sure you're not from Nigeria?
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Post by fishaholic5 » August 11th, 2018, 10:01 am

Technically pure Calaverite contains about 42% Gold, it would have to be a high graded parcel of ore or a concentrate..
I've only seen pieces in mineral collections
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Post by giom » August 11th, 2018, 11:43 am

to goldselverpro . iam100 percent sure .calvarite its one of the telluride gold ore you can do some search ..telluride gold .like sylvanite calvarite and about 5 more .its microscopic gold with silver .its caled electrum its not a normal gold ore its need a very high nowlege how to do the refining .and all start with roesting the ore to rid of tellurium .and need to be encaurted to under 6 karat its . need nowlge how to exactly do it i mean refinig this type of ore .the contant its . over 35 pecent of gold and you beter beleive it and iam not from nigiria .and iam willing to send a simple on my expence to some one very intersted and knew how to refine it .

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Post by giom » August 11th, 2018, 11:50 am

to fishaholic 5 . yes itsover 35 percent and can go up to 43 percent .and alot of peapole wont beleive it geoshimistes do understand its a simple gold ore with high grade gold contant and some silver and tellurium .but the probleme itsthe refining part need a good nowlege how to saparet tellurium from the ore and silver from gold .

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Post by goldsilverpro » August 12th, 2018, 2:26 pm

I should have read up on this before my last post - sorry about that. After doing some reading, the 2 main gold telluride compounds, AuTe2 and Au2Te, are 43% and 75% gold, respectively. However, you called this "ore" and, from what I've read, some gold telluride ore bodies can be as low as 20g gold per ton. A vein of gold telluride, of course, could run much higher.

My main concerns would be the sampling and assaying methods that were used. The only reliable assaying method would be fire assay and, with hi-Te, it is not that straight forward. Sampling would take a lot of labor, if done correctly. Evidently, the Te compounds are very non-homogeneous and grinding to a small mesh size is necessary.

Instead of going through the whole procedure, I would ask you how the material was sampled and assayed. In great detail, please.
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Post by cuchugold » August 15th, 2018, 7:52 am

giom wrote:to goldselverpro . iam100 percent sure .calvarite its one of the telluride gold ore you can do some search ..telluride gold .like sylvanite calvarite and about 5 more .its microscopic gold with silver .its caled electrum its not a normal gold ore its need a very high nowlege how to do the refining .and all start with roesting the ore to rid of tellurium .and need to be encaurted to under 6 karat its . need nowlge how to exactly do it i mean refinig this type of ore .the contant its . over 35 pecent of gold and you beter beleive it and iam not from nigiria .and iam willing to send a simple on my expence to some one very intersted and knew how to refine it .
This type of ore is common in the north of Brazil. The pure Au telluride is called "Brazilian Gold", by the way. About 40% gold content and it looks like gold. Many have been scammed. You roast it in air, and then you inquart it and part it with nitric. Very basic refining.
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Post by giom » August 15th, 2018, 1:57 pm

to GOLDSELVERPRO GOLD TELLURIDE .calvarite have tellurium and befor you do any prosses to it tellurium has to evaporated at 500 c with air or oxegen tellurium must evaporate if not will not let the gold melt will sap the heat in the melt thats the first probleme the second probleme is you have to convert gold ion to gold metal .and then encaurt to under 6 k .this prosse have way to much details to it .to even explain .thats why i want to sell some so i can finish my prosses if some one intersted .it can be refined no dought but with very specific refining nowlege and equipment .thanks selverpro .and iahve no interst of liying to any body or scam any body .iam hobiest refinner .

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Post by giom » August 15th, 2018, 2:03 pm

TO CUCHUGOLD .its dosnt looke like pyrite at all and the gold and silver its microscopic till you roest with air and converted to metal then it become all gray .its over 35 prcent no dought and no scam . iam very sure

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Post by cuchugold » August 16th, 2018, 1:23 am

giom wrote:TO CUCHUGOLD .its dosnt looke like pyrite at all and the gold and silver its microscopic till you roest with air and converted to metal then it become all gray .its over 35 prcent no dought and no scam . iam very sure
Yes. You are right. The scam is when miners try to sell it as pure gold to the tourists or others that are not aware, when it really is only 35-40% gold.
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