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GOLD MINING. Gold mining has not been extensive in Texas, as the occurrence of the metal is limited. Main production, confined to the Presidio and Hazel mines in West Texas and the Heath mine in the Llano district, amounted to a total of 8,277 fine ounces by 1942 and was valued at $233,499. Most of the gold produced has come as the byproduct of silver and copper ores, but traces of it occur in the Shafter, Van Horn, Allamoore, and Quitman mountains, and in Howard, Taylor, Irion, Uvalde, and Williamson counties with other rocks and ores. Since the closing of the Presidio mine in September 1942 there has been little production of gold.

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  1. Quick view 11mm Lone Star Blue Topaz Scroll Pendant

    11mm Lone Star Blue Topaz Scroll Pendant

    $700.00

    11mm Star Cut Blue Topaz Pendant
    Available in Yellow or White gold, chain is not included!! Learn More
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    8mm Lone Star Blue Topaz Sterling Silver Pendant

    $225.00

    8mm Star Cut Blue Topaz in sterling silver bezel
    Includes a Sterling Silver 1.5mm Rope chain. Learn More
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    12mm Lone Star Blue Topaz Scroll Pendant

    $800.00

    14KT 12mm Star Cut Blue Topaz Pendant
    Available in White or Yellow gold, chain is not included. Learn More

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