The Easter Blue Mineral Property is a twenty (20) acre lode claim located in the Royston Mining District. The mine is noted for producing high value turquoise with a deep blue “robin’s egg” hue. This is often mixed with a gold and pyrite matrix with dark brown iron. It is some of the most expensive turquoise in the world and valued for its color and the matrix that it forms in.
Location and Access:
Located in the Royston Mining District, Easter Blue has good 4WD Access. Low clearance vehicles will have no problem.
The Easter Blue is one of the original turquoise mines located in the Royston District. Historically it was held by Lee Hand and later leased to the Otteson family. The Easter Blue is noted as one of the most famous and original mines in the district.
While the Royal Blue and Royston Coalition Mines were patented and worked, and worked, and worked until there was nothing left, the Easter Blue continued to produce gem quality turquoise that was mined primarily by hand and commanded a great premium.
The property has good access and could be reached with a low clearance two-wheel drive vehicle in 2017. The closest town is Tonopah which is to the south of the property.
Contact Vendor for a GRMP-43 report that details the geology of the Easter Blue mineral property.
Contact Vendor for a GRMP-43 report that details the history of the Easter Blue mineral property.
The mine is noted for producing high value turquoise with a deep blue “robin’s egg” hue. In-house financing available.