What does this fissure copper specimen look like to you?
What does this fissure copper specimen look like to you?

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Ana & Sera Lester don’t need metal detectors to find float copper on Copper Country rock piles. It’s in their blood – perhaps much like the old Cornish miners who directed underground explorations for C&H and other Lake Superior copper mines.

Even these “poor rock” piles on the gasplant trail yield copper – and modern electrolytic & other refining techniques can extract other valuable minerals, for those interested in space-age industries. Of course, large corporations scoff at small quantities – but the opportunity awaits the small-industry adventurers.

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