The Anglo-Saxon Mine is a gold and silver mine located in Clear Creek county, Colorado.
About the MRDS Data:
All mine locations were obtained from the USGS Mineral Resources Data System. The locations and other information in this database have not been verified for accuracy. It should be assumed that all mines are on private property.
Primary Mineral: Gold, Silver
Lat, Long: 39.72917, -105.68194
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Anglo-Saxon Mine MRDS details
Primary: Anglo-Saxon Mine
Secondary: Anglo Saxon
Secondary: Anglo-Saxon Extension
County: Clear Creek
District: Georgetown-Silver Plume District
Record Type: Site
Operation Category: Past Producer
Deposit Type: Vein
Operation Type: Unknown
Years of Production:
General Physiographic Area: Rocky Mountain System
Physiographic Province: Southern Rocky Mountains
Mineral Deposit Model
Model Name: Polymetallic veins
Comment (Production): $700,000 PRIOR TO 1883, SMALL PRODUCTION IN 1889-1890; INACTIVE IN 1904
Comment (Workings): Anglo-Saxon has 4 levels, crosscuts and shafts; Anglo-Saxon Extension has 7 levels, aggregating 2500 feet.
Comment (Commodity): Small shipments of very rich silver ore, up to several thousand oz. silver per ton, from near the surface.
Comment (Geology): GEOL.DESC: SULPHIDE VEIN STRIKES N 70 E, DIPS NEAR VERTICAL, IN ALTERED GRANITE, PEGMATITE, AND GNEISS.
Comment (Location): On the NW slope of Saxon Mountain, about 1-1/2 miles NE of Georgetown, in SW/4 sec.4, T 4 S, R 74 W. The Anglo-Saxon Extension adjoins it below and to the SW.
Reference (Deposit): Sunshine Mining Co. Colorado exploration files, unpublished data, Colorado Geological Survey.
Reference (Deposit): USGS PROF PAPER 223, PG 153
Reference (Deposit): CONSV. DIV. COMP. DATE, 6,63
Reference (Deposit): USGS PP 63, 1908, PG 291
Reference (Deposit): BLM CONNECTING SHEETS