Opal miners Aaron & Greg are mining without the help of their partner Cole Duff, however they kick off their mining season well and find £8000 dollars worth of Crystal Boulder Opal. Watch full episodes of Outback Opal Hunters here: https://www.questod.co.uk/show/outback-opal-hunters Subscribe to Quest TV for more great clips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Quest On Demand: https://www.questod.co.uk/ Follow Quest on Twitter: https://twitter.com/QuestTV
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I helped my mate dig for opals for a week using a pick as he was on good opals after 2 years finding nothing so i worked for free and gave him full price for the rough.Interesting material listed on opal auctions. https://www.opalauctions.com/stores/seda-rough-opals
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Justin Lang and Becky MacAllan venture into a dangerous old mine on the hunt for opal. Having struck a deal with their neighbouring hunters, the rookie couple need to make this perilous journey underground worth it. It's only when they find rare opal belemnite does it seem like their luck is beginning to turn. Watch the full episode here: https://bit.ly/2HbKY62 Subscribe to Quest TV for more great clips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Quest On Demand: https://www.questod.co.uk/ Follow Quest on Twitter: https://twitter.com/QuestTV
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SUBSCRIBE!: http://bit.ly/1G97GmA SHARE THIS VIDEO: https://youtu.be/HX5zF8b7XKE Nickipedia Live Website: http://www.NickipediaLive.com Science Team! I love hunting for gems, and my favorite rock (it’s actually a gel) is an opal! I found out there were opal mines just near the Oregon boarder of Nevada. Naturally I packed my bags and went! I had a blast!!! I loved the entire experience from beginning to end and will certainly be going again. Enjoy this video of my experience at Royal Peacock Opal Mines http://www.royalpeacock.com/ Follow Nickipedia Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nickuhas Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nickuhas Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/uhasbrand Nickipedia Website: http://www.NickipediaLive.com Production Team: Writer/Producer: Nick Uhas Editor: Griffin Louis DP: Sam Mosco
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I took the family to Juniper Mountain for some fire opal digging. I would usually make a lot more effort to work around the opal and get out larger pieces without damaging them but it was getting late and we had to go. Edit: After all the well deserved criticism I believe I should add a bit more- I usually make a lot more effort to carefully extract the material. I know as well as you that value increases exponentially with size. The thing here though is that in my experience all of the opal in these thin surface veins is typically very unstable. Only in the larger veins do I find material with the right hydration to remain craze free. This is based on years of experience spending time doing exactly what you suggest only to see it turn into bits all by itself in the open air. I could keep it wet but my goal is really to identify the more stable material in order to provide that higher quality product. There's also the time factor. This was later in the day, near sunset. I had worked patiently and carefully all around that vein for hours to get it as exposed as it was. You're right, someone else will come along and get it out. Not in one piece though. This is my own federal mining claim that I pay fees on each year. I would much rather get it out the way I did in the video and go home with something as opposed to seeing it completely gone the next weekend. Several times I've left exposed opal only to return to evidence that someone MASSACRED it. You think I pulverize it? Wait til you see how the claim jumpers leave it- tiny shards and white powder all over the hole. I totally understand where you're coming from, I do. I don't think you fully appreciate or understand my situation though. Regardless, you're all totally welcome to come dig your own material and show me how it's done. Absolutely free, no charges or fees. Jamie Lant on Facebook. Send me a PM. Or email [email protected] I certainly don't profess to be an expert. I'm learning as I go, like the rest of us. After all, realize I'm sitting on a mountain of the stuff. :)
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http://blackopaldirect.com/ Meet Sebastian and his daughter Katherine and see there life in Lightning Ridge and the life they live in the Australian outback searching for the amazing black opal. A unique lifestyle and opportunity to make a great living while loving every minute Click on the link below in the info to see my website http://blackopaldirect.com/
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Rookie Justin gambles thousands of dollars on buying his way out of trouble. Opal queen Kelly needs a big find underground or risks going broke. Aaron and Greg's Dragonfly claim might finally pay off. #OutbackOpalHunters #LesmondDonahue
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Dan and Justin are rookie opal miners desperate to get part of the Shell Patch claim, but will the piece of land they do get be the opal-rich land they hoped for? Catch full episodes of your favourite Quest shows here: https://www.questod.co.uk/shows Subscribe to Quest TV for more great clips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Quest On Demand: http://www.questtv.co.uk/video/ Follow Quest on Twitter: https://twitter.com/QuestTV
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With his nineteen year old apprentice guiding him down, Pete sinks into a twenty metre deep shaft in search of black opal. Armed with only a pickaxe, he manages to excavate enough to take to a dealer. But will his hard work have been worth the effort? Catch full episodes of your favourite Quest shows here: https://www.questod.co.uk/shows Subscribe to Quest TV for more great clips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Quest On Demand: https://www.questod.co.uk/ Follow Quest on Twitter: https://twitter.com/QuestTV
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More than 755 Carats Name: "Glorious Jubilee" GIA Certified Report: 15766161 Size: 106 x 65 x 14 mm (approx) Shape: Free Form Species: Natual Black Opal Type: One Piece, Not Assembled Color: Natural Color For more information, please contact: Peter Karpaty or David Naves at Queen Stone Opal: http://goo.gl/TcUzNl (please mention viewing this video in your message)
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Our world produces some incredible rocks. Take the opal, a precious stone that forms out of silica, in the dark under the surface of the earth. When cut and polished, it flashes with a gorgeous array of colours, from pale milky hues to deep reds and blacks. Now, an opal that has been named the finest ever unearthed will be making its public debut next month as the centrepiece of an exhibition opening at the South Australian Museum, Adelaide. Called the Virgin Rainbow, it was discovered in the opal fields of Coober Pedy by opal miner John Dunstan in 2003. It's actually an opalised fossil, from an extinct cephalopod called belemnitida that existed during the Mesozoic era. During that time, much of South Australia was under a vast inland sea filled with prehistoric aquatic reptiles called plesiosaurs. These died and sank to the bottom of the sea, buried over the millennia by sediment. When the sea dried up and the land turned into a desert, the acidity levels in the shallow top layer of the sandstone increased. This released silica from weathering sandstone into the layer of clay beneath, where bones and pockets left by disintegrated bones lay buried, carried down via groundwater. Further weathering lowered the acidity levels, which allowed the silica gel to harden into opals in the pockets and impressions left by decayed animal material, like cake poured into a mould, or to soak into bones and create a replica of the internal structure. The famous Australian opal fields of Coober Pedy are located in this region. No other environment in the world is known to have undergone this same process, which is possibly why over 90 percent of the world's opals come from South Australia. SUBSCRIBE
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Ever wondered what it's like, looking for opals at a pay-to-dig opal mine? Jake Anderson, of the Royal Peacock Opal Mine, describes it all, from raking the tailings, to following the glass trail in the banks. Take a trip to the Virgin Valley, Nevada, one of the world's best opal mining locations, in this fascinating How-To instructional video.
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In January, 2018, the Australian government announced the closing of the town of Mintabie, where, in some of the world's best opal was mined. Mintabie is in Aboriginal lands, although in a resolution, the government leased the town for a period of time, ending in the early 2000's. The reason for the closure of the town (and the mines) was, in my view due to the depletion of opal. Most of the miners left and the town declined, prompting closure. This video is intended as a celebration of the great opal town of Mintabie and its fabulous opal.
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From the largest opal in the world, to rare viking treasure hoards, here are lucky discoveries that made people rich! Subscribe to American EYE! 5. Lost Pollack Painting Sometimes you might knowingly have something in your house that you just don’t know is worth a lot of money This was the case for a man living in Scottsdale Arizona who had a college of modern art painting that he just found to be intriguing. He called over some experts to take a look at one of his signed laker posters which was only worth about 300 bucks but the experts noticed something else in the garage that caught their eye! They noticed the series of smears consistent with a modern artist consistent with Jackson Pollock. This American painter is considered a major figure in abstract expressionism and his paintings are worth big bucks! The painting heavily damaged but even then, still worth some serious cash. The had it authenticated by an another expert who closely examined the painting and claimed it was indeed authentic and could sell for anything from 10 million to 15 million dollars! 4. Boulder Matrix Opal It seems like digging around in Australia could certainly pay off. The world’s largest opal matrix was discovered in Queensland Australia in 2011 and this amazing stone has 55,000 carats! That’s about 25 points of pure opal! The previous largest opal ever discovered only was 6,100 carats. This mammoth find took place in the dry outback which receives very little rainfall. It measured in at about 10 inches in length and is valued at 1 million dollars! 3. Jersey Iron Age Coins A great deal of coins were found on the Island of Jersey in 2012 and it may shock you This island in the English Channel that contains a great deal of French and English culture but also contained a massive treasure. After searching for this treasure for 30 years, two amateur treasure hunters found these coins that date back to Iron Age. But no, these weren’t made of iron but silver and was the largest haul of celtic coins to have ever been found. Each coin you see in this person’s hand was found on the island of Jersey is worth at least 200 pounds each, and you can tell they’re still in great condition. This makes the total discovery worth 10 million pounds or 12 million US dollars. They were found under 3 feet of soil under a hedge in someone’s farm. The coins were packed in a clay chest and literally weighed a ton! It’s believed that it was stashed here to keep the Romans from plundering it during their conquest of the British Isles. 2. Sutter’s Mill Gold Discovery Now for a little bit of history. Sometimes when you discover something, you might make other people rich but not necessarily yourself and this was the case for John Sutter. This guy had some bad luck. James Marshall who worked at Sutter’s Mill discovered a massive golden nugget and told his boss John Sutter about it. The two decided to keep it a secret for a while but hired some men to help them pan out the gold. We’ll it turns out that all the miners they hired were a bunch of no good thieves and they stole basically all the gold they came across. The miners basically told everyone that there was gold in them there hills and this is what brought millions of people seeking fast riches! Fortune seekers from all over the world like from China, Germany, Mexico, Ireland Turkey and of course the easter united states, moved to California during this period After all his employees cheated him and took off with gold found on his land, the gold ran out and he was left basically penniless. He decided to give up on the california dream and moved as far away as possible. California officially became a state in 1850, partially thanks to there being gold here. If this moment in history never happened, the western united states would most likely be much less developed and less rich. Now you know why california is called the “Golden State”.1. The Whydah Discovery The Whydah was a British slave ship that was originally captured by “Black Sam” and was found off the coast of Cape Cod in Massachusetts in 1984 by Barry Clifford. He actually credits a pirate treasure map that many discredited as being false. It seems to be the holy grail of pirate discoveries! Priceless artifacts were discovered including 200,000 individual pieces were received under only 14 feet of water. Rare gold and silver coins, gold jewelry and artifacts, cannons, sword handles and even a boy’s leg! The boat is believed to carry the plunder of 10 ships. Spanish Galleons were relentless looted by Black Sam until him and his crew were swept away by a strong storm in 1717. Divers pulled together huge clumps of gold coin masses that stuck together from years of being underwater. A museum exhibition called “Real Pirates: The Untold Story of the Whydah, from Slave Ship to Pirate Ship”, toured the United States.
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Blasting rocks with mini dynamite on our opal claim with this miniature dynamite system called the Micro Blaster to free up opals. This early winter trip with the family was a fun way to spent the Saturday after the first snow fall of the year opal hunting. We got to play with the jack hammer breaking up the bedrock, and also the micro blaster. The microblaster fractures the bedrock so it is easy to remove and sort through looking for opals. Most opals from this site are just common opal with some agate, but the rare find has some play of color in some precious opal. Eval love digging for opals, actually we all do. And blasting rocks with this mini dynamite makes it a lot easier. This video is produced by Dan Hurd, Prospector, Miner, Teacher and YouTuber, as part of his YouTube channel based on educational videos about gold mining, gold panning, prospecting, rock hounding, and mineral collecting. https://www.patreon.com/Danhurd
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Gem Hunt episode showing the mining of Ethiopian Opals in Ethiopia. High resolution upload. Go to http://farlang.com for ultra fine jewelry, unique gems, gem cutters & artists or read the stories by museum curators. Or better yet... attend one of our invitation-only gemstone events at a jeweler in the USA.
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See where the famous Rainbow Serpent opal was mined and learn the story behind it. Justin takes you underground to explain where and how it miraculously survived through the washing plant. https://blackopaldirect.com
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Occurred on January 10, 2017 / Queensland, Australia "I am a female boulder opal miner in outback Queensland. In this video, I share one of the most amazing moments that I get to experience with my team; exposing an opal and being the first person on the planet to gaze upon its natural beauty. To find, extract and split a raw boulder opal is simply like no other experience. At our ethically sustainable mining site, we split boulder opal along the opal vein running though ironstone rock every day, if we're lucky. This boulder opal that we split open has gem grade black opal inside." Contact [email protected] to license this or any ViralHog video. Make money from your videos! Submit footage here: https://goo.gl/yejGkm Subscribe, Like, or Follow ViralHog: YouTube: https://goo.gl/A0gBKk Facebook: https://goo.gl/XQWqJt Instagram: https://goo.gl/NMq8dl Twitter: https://goo.gl/pF8Xop
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Watch our friend Phil from Cols Crew on Opal Hunters inspect Boulder Opal Rough. After mining boulder Opal for a year they thought they hit the jackpot.... but mining Opal is never as easy as it seems. Don't forget to share and subscribe! Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvJa7ApLQ1ktczIRnPda2Ag?sub_confirmation=1 Share this video: https://youtu.be/vmkEqxkiyZg More Opal Mining Videos: https://youtu.be/ykviw9eeU_0
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9 Best Spot For Gem Hunting In The Us Emerald Hollow Mine, Hiddenite, North Carolina Find glittering, gorgeous emeralds in Hiddenite, only about an hour’s drive from Winston-Salem, NC. The Emerald Hollow Mine is home to the only emerald mine in the United States open for public treasure hunting. There are sluiceways where you can check out findings from the mine, or you can pay to do your own prospecting, digging, and hunting for a small fee. Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro, Arkansas Want to mine for diamonds? Murfreesboro is the place to go. The Crater of Diamonds State Park, 120 miles from Little Rock, AR, is the only existing mine where visitors can prospect for diamonds and keep their findings. Stay at the park campsite and enjoy wildlife and natural scenery as well as some sparkling stones. Gem Mountain, Spruce Pine, North Carolina Looking for aquamarines? Head to Spruce Pine’s own Gem Mountain. The Blue Ridge Mountains are the perfect place to prospect for the beautiful blue stones as well as rubies and moonstones. Onsite gemologists can inspect your findings to see if they’re the real deal, and gem-cutters can spruce up and turn your gems into pieces of jewelry before you head home. Cherokee Ruby Mine, Franklin, North Carolina Search for rubies inside the Cherokee Ruby Mine. You can sluice through rocks and dirt with a screen and look for precious treasures, including sapphires, garnets, and rutile. The price of admission is low, and the fun level is high, so make it a family outing. The mine is open for gem hunting to the public from April through October. The backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains will make it a beautiful summer vacation. Gem Mountain Sapphire Mine, Philipsburg, Montana One of the most beautiful states in the country, Montana is also a great place to go gem hunting. Check out Gem Mountain Sapphire Mine for some stellar prospecting. What will you find when you sift through the dirt and gravel at Gem Mountain? Sapphires, and lots of them. Morefield Mine, Amelia, Virginia The Morefield Mine, just under an hour from Richmond, VA, is known for its vast amount of amazonite. Prospecting here may also reward you with garnet, amethyst, beryl, topaz, and many other minerals. There are mining opportunities here for all skill levels. Prospectors can use the sluicing technique or collect from the mine dumps. The Morefield Mine has its own exhibit of stones onsite as well as one at the world-famous Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. Rainbow Ridge Opal Mine, Virgin Valley, Nevada Colorful and unusual, opal is an eye-catching gem. Mine your own opals at the Rainbow Ridge Opal Mine. This mine has produced very valuable stones, some worth upwards of $50,000. Bring tools and buckets. You’ll be doing some serious digging to get to the treasure here, but your hard work could pay off. The mine is open from May to September. Bonanza Opal Mine, Denio, Nevada If you’re gem hunting for fire opals, visit the Bonanza Opal Mine in Denio, Nevada. The mine is open from May to September. Crystal Grove Diamond Mine, St. Johnsville, New York New York is home to Broadway shows, plenty of shopping, Times Square, and the Statue of Liberty, but did you know New York is a great place to mine for gemstones? Crystal Grove Diamond Mine is the place to go to find Herkimer diamonds, beautiful quartz crystals that are fun to mine. These crystals were first discovered in New York, and the perfect clarity of some of these stones makes them very popular with gem hunters. Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/Travel-Update-1990524821216177/ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/travelupdate30 Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/115567350396613207532 Please Like & Subscribe Travel Update https://youtu.be/HiW4OdXqUAY
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www.blackopaldirect.com Watch Justin from Black Opal Direct and Sebastian one of the most experienced opal miners that ever lived. Chatt about the opal that had come out of his tailout. In this second part sequel you will see the opals transform from rough opal nobbies to polished black opal solids.
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There's a treasure hunt going on in Coober Pedy, Australia, where opal was discovered a hundred years ago. As much as 80 percent of the world's opal supply comes from Coober Pedy's mines. But with summertime temperatures soaring to 120 degrees, the town features hundreds of "dug out" homes, burrowed into the rock and naturally cooled. Seth Doane explores the underground town, complete with bar, beauty salon, bookstore and hotel.
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Promo video for the Royal Peacock Opal Mine in Virgin Valley, NV (near Denio). Dig your own Virgin Valley fire opals! All you find are yours to keep. Services include an RV park, gift park, and dig-your-own mining. You can mine the opal-bearing clay bank directly. Or, you can rake through the tailings pile, comprised of uninspected clay removed by other hunters, and/or a tractor.
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Mining Void Opals is a great way to make money. Using deep core mining, locating hotspots and finding great locations that pay high prices really isn't all that hard. In this video I take a look at how to do it, and provides all the necessary information. Low Temp Diamonds, Alexandrite are also some great resources to collect. Obsidian Ant Discord Server https://discord.gg/gq5T8Sx Commodities Websites https://EDDB.io https://INARA.cz Buy Elite: Dangerous: http://click.linksynergy.com/fs-bin/click?id=VHqYZONdRrk&offerid=399406.12&type=3&subid=0 Buy Horizons: http://click.linksynergy.com/fs-bin/click?id=VHqYZONdRrk&offerid=399406.8&type=3&subid=0 Paintjobs: http://click.linksynergy.com/fs-bin/click?id=VHqYZONdRrk&offerid=399406.9&type=3&subid=0 You can purchase through the above links as a way of saying a small thank you for the videos. :)
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Coober Pedy - Opal Capital of the World (DOCUMENTARY)
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I would like to introduce my great friend Sebastian who is one of the most successful opal miners in Lightning Ridge. Hear his story about life underground prospecting for opal. Sebastian, his wife Hanna and his daughter Katherine have been mining for almost 20 years. In this first video he takes us to where the action is. See how Sebastian mines and the opal being dug out before your eyes. This is a rare look into a day in a miners life and we are privileged to be invited in.
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In this episode of Mining America, my steering goes out at 70 miles an hour. I visit Royal Peacock Opal Mine in Nevada and find Amazing Opal Fossilized wood. At the same time the Rockhounding and Gem hunting World loses a legend. Please watch like and share. Mining America FB https://www.facebook.com/MiningAmerica/ Mine Website http://royalpeacock.com/fee-digging Mine FB Mines website https://www.facebook.com/Royal-Peacock-Opal-Mine-116136715132690/ Mining America Store on youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpHaMMaZ-HL7OkmhF49VpRw MiningAmerica's shop on Etsy. https://www.etsy.com/shop/MiningAmerica http://etsy.me/1Pw53VL Mining America Youtube Channel www.youtube.com/miningamerica Mining America FB page https://www.facebook.com/MiningAmerica/ Mining America Fb group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1132467800137603/ Send Money to Mining America paypal.me/MiningAmerica Mailing address 981 HWY 98E Set 3317 Destin, FL 32541
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Sue Cooper - a female opal miner from Australia and the owner of Broken River Mining - talks with Sam about what opal gemstones are in this amazing raw opal boulder found on Sue's mine site in western Queensland. To see all of Broken River Mining’s amazing opal gemstones and opal specimens and to follows Sue’s adventures as an opal miner in outback Australia, please visit us at www.brokenrivermining.com or on Instagram @brokenrivermining
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This was my best run: 104 Void Opals in just under 30 minutes round-trip. This means a rate of 350M Credits per hour. Something to watch for hardcore fans and those who doubted that 300M Cr/hr is overestimated. Enjoy. Music: Meteor / NewRetroWave - Inner Demon (Full Album) https://youtu.be/GBHLNnZO2cg
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Ethiopia is home to an array of gemstones including the renowned Ethiopian Opal, a gemstone whose array of colours is reminiscent of paintings by the likes Monet or Renoir. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Gemporia Gemporia.com - https://www.gemporia.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Gemporia/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gemporia/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/GEMPORIA
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In the Australian opal mining town of Coober Pedy, three unlikely housemates share an underground dugout and pursue their dream of finding their fortune. This segment originally appeared in the Australian television series Inventions from the Shed by Rebel Films
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