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Ore

A division of the Danish krone, Norwegian krone, or Swedish krona. The ore is worth 1/100 of one unit of each currency.
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It should be noted however, that gold and silver are also produced by companies, which are processing gold and silver ores.
Four centuries before comparable Incan operations, Bolivia's Tiwanaku culture probably launched silver mining at Cerro Rico and the large-scale smelting of silver ore, say Mark B.
Q-Gold's holdings include the historic "Black Warrior," "Isis" and a portion of the "Silver Prince" silver mines, all of which produced high-grade silver ores during the above period, using primitive mining methods.
Finely ground silver ore was mixed with water, salt, some [copper] sulfates and mercury.
Highly notable silver ore deposits are found in Dairi (North Sumatra), Kelapa Kampit (Belitung) and in Papua Province (Kucing Liar, Grasberg Deep), Big Gossan and DOM).
Take a stroll down the main street with Baltazar and you can almost hear the tinkle of a honky tonk piano and the drunken laughter of hard-rock miners as he tells of the discovery of silver in 1881; the pandemonium of wagons and railroad cars hauling silver ore from the mines; and the days Wyatt Earp used to come in by train from Arizona to find a lucrative poker game.
Access to the main house is through a tower and spanning bridge similar to tipple structures that were used in Telluride's mining heyday to deliver silver ore from processing plants to railroad cars below.
The quantity and quality of gold and silver ore produced from the mountainous Crown King area justified the construction of a railroad.
Permitting for the removal of the gold and silver ore is planned to start immediately.
The company president, Allen Ambrose, said, 'The San Jose mine is producing high grade gold and silver ore from an underground operation.
Discovered in 1873 and developed for its silver ore, the Sweet Home mine near Alma, Colorado is today known for its strikingly beautiful red rhodochrosite crystals, acknowledged as the world's finest.