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Author The Monte Loreto Gold and Copper Mining Company
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The Monte Loreto Gold and Copper Mining Company
Posted: 30/04/2013 14:08:45
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Greetings
Sorry for my English, I write again on this wonderful forum,
to ask about the following mining company:
The Monte Loreto Gold and Copper Mining Company.
Cited on "The London Gazette" October 7, 1904
Thanks
IP: 87.24.20.158
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The Monte Loreto Gold and Copper Mining Company
Posted: 01/05/2013 08:32:46
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I don't know anything about it, but the two names that keep cropping up again and again in relation to it are 'Roberto Maggi' and 'Mark Pearce'

Mark Pearces contact details are on the University of Nottingham website.

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/news/expertiseguide/experts/p/drmarkpearce.aspx
IP: 81.103.213.148
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The Monte Loreto Gold and Copper Mining Company
Posted: 02/05/2013 07:32:46
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Good morning Christwigg
Thanks for the information.
Mark Pearces, has worked with Italian archaeologists,
the study of prehistoric mine (about 4000 BC).
Probably one of the oldest mines in Europe.
I'm more interested in the work of the 18th century.
Greetings
IP: 87.24.20.158 Edited: 02/05/2013 07:34:24 by granet
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