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"Given the rarity of the rock, and the physical beauty and presentation of the gold that's there, it's a very spectacular stone in multiple ways so we'll see whether 20, 30 or even 50 per cent premiums apply here," he said."We're really looking forward to auctioning the key stones off over the coming weeks."There's a pretty select group of collectors who this would appeal to."When you look at nuggets, which are a solid piece of gold, the biggest are around 2,000 ounces, so this is right up there in terms of the largest specimens we've ever seen." The sale process is now in the final stages, but Mr Selby said the "world-class discovery" does not make RNC think twice about selling up."When we started the sale process it wasn't because we don't like the asset.
We always believed that it had the potential to become a multi-hundred-thousand ounce mine, we just weren't able to raise capital required to do the exploration drilling," Mr Selby said."We believe that a different set of management should be running the asset with the right amount of capital to take it forward." The question now is whether there is more bonanza gold waiting to be found at Beta Hunt.
Mr Dole had drilled holes into the wall of the mine and planted explosives which were fired once he was safely on the surface. Never in my life have I ever seen anything like this."There was chunks of gold in the face, on the ground, truly unique I reckon."I nearly fell over looking at it …
we were picking it up for hours." Workers are under constant video surveillance and the area of the mine where the gold was found has been fenced off and padlocked.
Workers at the Beta Hunt mine near the small town of Kambalda, 630 kilometres east of Perth, have brought more than $15 million worth of gold specimens to the surface in just four days.