T 5N R 10W S 32
Ellsworth Mining District, AZ

Buy It Now: $ 27,977.97
T 5N R 10W S 32 Ellsworth Mining District AZ
Auction Date: Not Scheduled
Bathrooms: 0.00
Annual Taxes: $ 0.00
Taxes Due: $ 0.00
HOA Fees: $ 155.00

* taxes are estimated based on previous years records. Next years taxes may differ.


These terms and conditions apply to foreclosed homes, Land and all Real Properties owned by one or more selling entities (hereinafter ?seller? which shall include the selling entity, any parent company, subsidiaries, or affiliated companies). The Sellers of the Properties have instructed Auctioneer (hereinafter ?JITC? ?Jeremiahs International Trading Company, Inc. dba AACTV?) to auction the listed property to Prospective Purchasers who register according to the Terms and Conditions set forth below will be known as ?Bidder(s)?.

BIDDING: All Bidders are required to pre-register in order to bid during the Auction. There is no fee to register.

AGENCY: JITC/AACTV is not acting as an Agent for any Bidder/Buyer in any capacity, and is acting exclusively as the Sellers Agent in an auctioneer and marketing capacity only. There are no real estate companies representing either buyer or seller.

PAYMENT: All Real Estate is considered a ?cash transaction? and no financing is offered. The down payment can be made with Master Card, Visa, Discover, cashier?s check, or bank wire transfer.

BUYERS PREMIUM: A Ten Percent (10%) Non-Refundable Buyers Premium is in effect for all real estate purchases. (Percentage is calculated on, and added to the Winning Bid Price, which together equals the ?Total Sales Price?.)

DOWN PAYMENT: A twenty percent (20%) down payment (based on Total Sales Price) is due at the time of your winning bid. (This amount includes the 10% Buyers Premium). This Down Payment is Non-Refundable. The winning bidder has up to 3 weeks (15 business days) to pay the remaining balance via cashier?s check or bank wire, unless a longer timeframe is specifically noted otherwise during the Auction. If all funds to complete the Total Sales Price are not received by JITC or the designated vendor / title company ( within the time frame specified), JITC will declare the Bidder to be in default. In the event of such declaration, the Winning Bidder?s bid shall be null and void and JITC and the Seller shall have no further liability or obligation whatsoever to that Bidder. Bidder will forfeit the Property, Buyers Premium, and Down Payment. Additionally, JITC and Seller reserve the right to immediately, and without further notice, put the Property back up for Auction or sale. IF YOU DO NOT DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE AND ARE NOT PREPARED TO PAY WITHIN THE ALLOTTED 3 WEEKS (15 BUSINESS DAYS), PLEASE DO NOT BID!

DUE DILIGENCE: All Real Estate is sold As Is, Where Is and With all faults known or unknown at the time of the sale and With no concessions, and it is the Bidders responsibility to do their Due Diligence prior to bidding. Winning Bidders represent and warrant: that they are purchasing the property relying solely on their own Due Diligence and/or independent inspection, analysis, evaluation or appraisal of the Property in its existing As Is, Where Is condition with all faults and limitations; has fully examined, or has had the opportunity to examine the property, its condition or any other matter regarding the property, or its Tenants; has not relied upon any oral or other representations, promises, or statements from JITC/AACTV, Seller or any of its employees, agents or affiliates. Bidders are encouraged to: fully investigate public records, tax records, building codes and records, and all other matters which may disclose information relative to the property; personally inspect property or get professional guidance. Seller, JITC/AACTV, its employees, agents or affiliates makes no warranty of representation expressed or implied, or arising by operation of law, including but in no way limited to any warranty of condition, habitability, merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose except that otherwise stated herein. It is further agreed that neither Seller, JITC/AACTV, its employees, agents, or affiliates have warranted, and does not hereby, warrant the Property or any improvements located thereon now or in the future will meet or comply with the requirements of any safety code or regulation of the state, city, or county in which the property is located, or any authority or jurisdiction. _______Initial_______ Initial


INSPECTION: No Bid or Sale is contingent upon the inspection of the property. It is the Bidders sole responsibility to request access to the property for any inspections. Should the Bidder personally inspect, or have a representative inspect any properties offered through JITC, its Agents, or Affiliates, the Bidder assumes all risks associated with such inspection and agrees to hold JITC, Seller, its agents or affiliates harmless from any and all claims. ______Initial ______Initial

REPRESENTATIONS: JITC/AACTV does its best to show video, pictures, and generally describe the property, but any information provided by JITC/AACTV regarding the condition, boundary lines, square footage, appliances, numbers of rooms, floor plan, lot sizes, utilities, homeowners association, building codes, permits, zoning, market value, previous sales, taxes, improvements to or about the property, rental incomes or expenses are approximations only and for informational purposes only. JITC/AACTV is not an appraiser, contractor, inspector, surveyor, title company, attorney, financial advisor, or tax professional, and we do not provide advice in such areas. JITC/AACTV makes no representations or warranties as to the accuracy or completeness of any information contained on the JITC/AACTV television auction, JITC/AACTV website, in any email, brochure, or otherwise made available by JITC/AACTV or Seller, its employees, agents, representatives, or affiliates. JITC/AACTV, its employees, Agents, or Affiliates shall not be liable for any allowance, adjustment, or revision based on the failure of any of the above to conform to any specific standard, or the buyer?s lack of proper due diligence. _______Initial_______ Initial

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Winning Bidders will be required to execute and return within 3 days of receipt, an As Is Purchase and Sale Agreement for the Total Sales Price that has additional terms, conditions, and disclosures relating to the real estate purchase as well as sign paperwork with the Closing Agent/Title Company to complete the transaction and properly convey title to Bidder(s). Bidders that have not signed and returned our Terms & Conditions may be subject to being ?bumped? by Bidders that have previously returned Signed Terms and Conditions. Completed Terms and Conditions may be returned via email to: jitcrealestate@gmail.com, via fax (727) 362-1428 or via mail to: JITC Real Estate Dept., 2560 5th Ave N., St. Petersburg, Fl. 33713.

CANCELLATIONS: If cancelling, Bidders must contact the Real Estate Department immediately. Cancellations will be prepared with the 20% down payment retained by JITC and sent to the Buyer and Seller. The cancellation will need to be signed and initialed by all winning bidders and returned to JITC to be in agreement with the cancellation. If the bidders are passed their allotted 15 day pay period, the purchase will be cancelled and the 20% down payment will be retained by JITC. Once JITC receives the signed cancellation from all parties then the Customer will be released from the contract.

If any refund or credit is due to Buyer, all funds received are subject to clearance by Sellers bank. Additionally, wire and check refunds may take 30 days from the date the funds cleared, or the date the cancellation was signed, whichever is greater. ______Initial _______Initial

CALLS RECORDED: To maintain the highest level of service, JITC/AACTV records all phone calls. Bidders hereby agree to all call recordings, accept that all verbal authorizations shall be binding for all bids placed, and agree to and accept all terms and conditions of each sale. Buyer further agrees that buyer expressly authorizes JITC/AACTV to charge the cardholders credit card for any and all down payment and buyer premium monies due at the conclusion of the auction. _______Initial_______ Initial

CLOSING: After executing the As Is Purchase and Sale Agreement and purchase documentation, Winning Bidder(s) will be contacted by a Closing Agent/Title Company who will facilitate the closing process with Winning Bidder(s). Winning Bidder(s) are responsible for all closing costs and fees, including, but not limited to, recording fees, title insurance, closing fees, documentary transfer taxes (or other taxes), pro-rations, and if applicable, any Association Fees. In the event of a Winning Bid on vacant land only, there are no closing costs or fees charged to the Bidder for a simple special warranty or quit claim deed transfer. Some vacant lots may have been acquired through a foreclosure process and those lots shall be transferred via a quit claim deed only, with no warranties expressed or implied whatsoever as to condition, title, merchantability, feasibility, environmental elements or issues, boundary lines, encroachments, easements OR outstanding liens, back taxes, assessments, or other fees owed, and as such Buyer shall solely be responsible for any and all matters or expenses related hereto. ______Initial ______Initial

ATTORNEY?S FEES & VENUE: If any legal action or other proceeding is brought for the enforcement of any provision of these Terms and Conditions, or because of an alleged dispute, breach, default, or misrepresentation in connection with any of the provisions of these Terms and Conditions, JITC/AACTV shall be entitled to reasonable attorney?s fees and other costs incurred in that action or proceeding, in addition to any other relief to which it may be entitled.

The validity, interpretation, enforcement and effect of these Terms and Conditions shall be governed by the laws of the State of Florida, and the parties agree the Pinellas County, Florida shall be the venue for any lawsuit filed in connection herewith. Captions and paragraph headings are for convenience only and are not substantive provisions hereto.

ARBITRATION: Solely at JITC's discretion, JITC may require that all disputes, controversies, or differences between the parties arising out of or related to this Agreement shall be resolved through binding arbitration. If JITC elects not to use arbitration, the parties hereto agree that the provisions of the above Sections entitled Attorney Fees & Venue shall control as to the jurisdiction and venue of any legal action concerning the Agreement. If JITC requires an arbitration to resolve any disputes, controversy, or differences between the parties arising out of or related to these Terms and Conditions, the arbitration shall occur in Pinellas County Florida. Arbitration shall be conducted by a single arbitrator in accordance with the then-current commercial arbitration rules and supplementary procedures for commercial arbitration of the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Any discovery shall be conducted in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida. The arbitrator shall be selected by mutual agreement of the parties, or failing such agreement, shall be selected according to AAA rules. Judgment upon any arbitrator?s award may be entered in any court of competent jurisdiction. The parties hereby consent to such court?s jurisdiction.

SEVERABILITY: Should any provision of these Terms and Conditions for any reason be declared invalid, such a decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions which shall remain in full force and effect as if these Terms and Conditions had been executed with the invalid provision eliminated.

By registering as a Bidder and placing bids on any real estate, Bidder(s) understands and agrees to these Terms and Conditions. JITC/AACTV reserves the right to update or amend its Terms and Conditions from time to time prior to Auction. JITC/AACTV may require Bidder(s) to execute new Terms and Conditions on any subsequent bids unless supersede by new Terms and Conditions. In the event of any disputes, controversies, or contradictions with any prior Terms and Conditions, the terms of the most recently signed Terms and Conditions will prevail. Documents executed via Facsimile or scanned and transmitted electronically shall be considered the same as the original signatures for the Terms and Conditions and all matters relating hereto.


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The Alaska Mine dates back to 1920 and was originally located and worked by Mr. A. Johnson. This historic claim consists of a total of 4 mines; 2 mine shafts and 2 adits. All are surprisingly intact, and the numerous nearby foundations and leaching tanks are evidence that it was a productive mine for quite a while. Although there is a well nearby, it is not on the claim. But that is an indicator that the water table is present and not too deep. From Mindat; A former underground Au-Ag-Cu-Pb mine located in sec. 19, T5N, R10W, on the plain South of the Harquahala Mountains, about 13 miles SE of Wenden, on BLM-administered land. Discovered in 1920 by Mr. A. Johnson. Here a gravel-mantled pediment is trenched by arroyos which expose steeply-dipping, metamorphosed, impure shales of probable Mesozoic age, in a few places. It is intruded by dikes of altered, basic porphyry. The mineralization is a vein deposit with a linear ore body locally associated with microdiorite dikes 20 to 25 MY in age. It occurs in a gently southward dipping brecciated zone that, due to flattening southward from the collar of the shaft, is only a few feet below the surface. Ore consists of brecciated, silicified shale with small fragments ofr coarsely crystalline, shiny gray quartz, cemented with limonite and other minerals and appears to represent a thrust fault zone into which the ore-bearing solutions entered from below along transverse fractures. Mineralization also includes Mn-dioxide. Workings include a 187 foot (57 meters) deep inclined shaft (incline = 25º Southward). Production was 1,200 tons of ore containing $6-$16 of Au/T (period values); 722 tons of ore at 1.69% Cu, 0.503 oz. Au/T & 0.37 oz. Ag/T (Jan '25-May '33). HARQUAHALA MOUNTAINS - ELLSWORTH MINING DISTRICT, LA PAZ COUNTY District Overview The Harquahala Mountains are the highest mountain range in southwestern Arizona, United States and are located southwest of the towns of Aguila and Wenden. The name originated from a local Native American people "Aha qua hala", which meant "water there is high up". The range is oriented from northeast to southwest and is approximately 32 km long and 20 km at its widest point. At the northeast are two prominent peaks, Eagle Eye Peak and Eagle Eye Mountain. One has a natural opening or bridge through it appearing as an eye high up, and is the namesake for the peaks and Aguila (Spanish for eagle). The highest point, Harquahala Peak, rises to 1,732 meters. Socorro Peak (1,134 m) is at the southwest end of the range. The very windy summit can be reached via a rough, 4-wheel drive road. This high point was used by the U.S. Army in the 1880s as a heliograph station. Then in 1920 a Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory was constructed on this summit and operated for five years before being relocated to Table Mountain Observatory, near Wrightwood, California. Its purpose was to study variations in the solar output as a possible factor in climate prediction. History/Production The Harquahala Mining District was organized in the late 1880's. Workings include numerous large to small mines and prospects worked from shafts, tunnels, adits, and open cuts. Operations date back to before the 1880's and continued intermittently to recent times. Total estimated and recorded production of precious and base metals would be some 160,000 tons of ore containing about 130,582 oz. Au, 89,500 oz. Ag, 45 tons of Cu, 61 tons Pb and minor Zn. About 615 oz. of placer gold with some silver was produced, mostly prior to 1900. Some 1,100 short ton units of tungsten oxide has been reported shipped from the district as well as a few lots of sorted 20% manganese ore. For many years marble and quartzite, mainly for crushed stone, has been quarried. The titaniferous magnetite sand has not been exploited. Some gypsum was produced for agricultural use. Geology The geology of the Little Harquahala Mountains near the Bonanza-Golden Eagle Property consists of Lower Paleozoic quartzites, calcareous mudstone with interbedded shales, and thick-bedded to massive limestones to dolomites of the Cambrian Bolsa Quartzite, Cambrian Abrigo Formation, and Devonian Martin Formation, respectively. The lower Paleozoic units are in low-angle (reverse and normal) fault contact with underlying Tertiary to Cretaceous granitic intrusives. Detachment contacts are locally mylonitic and extensively sheared and brecciated. The overlying sediments are strongly folded on regional to outcrop scale, cut by high angle normal faulting, and are structurally well-prepared to host precious metals ore-bodies. The ore bodies developed at the Bonanza and Golden Eagle mines, which the district was built around, were primarily detachment fault-related, sediment- and intrusive-hosted gold deposits. Mineralizing fluids, following high and low angle structures, are inferred to have migrated up to and across low angle normal faulting where structural preparation and reactive host rock chemistry were conducive to the formation of significant ore-bodies. Historically at the Harquahala Mine, another of the districts original mines, gold and silver ores were extracted from altered structural zones along the detachment (originally described as a thrust) and replacement bodies in lower Paleozoic, calcareous quartzites, muddy limestones, dolomites, and shaley units. The sediment-hosted ores were focused along high angle feeder structures and averaged close to one troy ounce per ton gold and more than one half troy ounce per ton of silver. Underground working were sampled in the early 1980's revealing a large area (>= 250 foot length in workings at the 71 foot level) in altered, calcareous sandstones and quartzites of the Bolsa Quartzite. Assays, from ALS Chemex, of underground sampling conducted in February 2005 confirmed or improved upon the earlier sampling results. ACCESS This entire area is relatively easily accessible by dirt roads which are well marked and well maintained. A 2-wheel drive car can get to this claim off of Route 60 or Route 10 via Harquahala Road/ Harquahala Mine Road, but I would recommend a good 4-wheel drive or even ATV’s to be able to access the entire claim that is not on the road. The area is full of dirt roads, so a good map and a good GPS unit is a must, but we'll show you exactly where it is on the map as well as provide you with the precise latitude and longitude of each corner marker, so finding it will not be a problem for you.
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