Photo Gallery

Examining and logging a fresh trench at the Akarca gold-silver project, Turkey; from front to back: Dr. Dave Johnson, Chief Geologist, Mike Sheehan, Exploration Manager-Turkey, Halil Aydincak, Sr Geologist & Alper Ozbek,Geologist
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Examining A core sample of 1st class gold habitat from a brecciated quartz vein hosting oxide mineralization. Akarca gold-silver project, western Turkeycore at the Balya core shack, western Turkey. From left to right: Mike Sheehan, Exploration Manager-Turkey, Matt Badiali, Stansberry Research and author of the S&A Junior Resource Trader and Dr. Dave Johnson, Eurasian Mineral's Chief Geologist
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Examining core at the Balya core shack, western Turkey. From left to right: Mike Sheehan, Exploration Manager-Turkey, Matt Badiali, Stansberry Research and author of the S&A Junior Resource Trader and Dr. Dave Johnson, Eurasian Mineral's Chief Geologist
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Hedge hog cactus and horsetails, Eastern Nevada. Eurasian Minerals is involved in Gold & Copper exploration across four sites in Nevada.
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A ZTEM (Z Axis Tipper Electromagnetic) geophysical survey being flown over the Lomitas Negras property in Arizona. ZTEM is an airborne survey used in the mineral exploration process to detect the earth's natural or passive energy fields.
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President & CEO, David Cole with school children at the Danty camp, northern Haiti.
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Sunset over the Tien Shan mountains in southern Kyrgyzstan. Eurasian Minerals' Orgatash Gold Exploration project is located within the Tien Shan gold belt.
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Outcrop of intense copper mineralization in northern Haiti
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Channel sampling for minerals in Turkey.
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From our Copper Basin, Arizona mineral exploration project. Need we say more?
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Gold likes to live here; sedimentary host rock with large quartz veins displaying bladed textures and oxide mineralization. Akarca gold-silver project, western Turkey
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Nikolai Gutnik, on the summit of N America's highest peak, Mt. McKinley, May 21, 2010
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A local family high in the Tien Shan mountains of southern Kyrgyzstan
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High atop the Kaçkar Mountains in northeastern Turkey. Eurasian Minerals is involved in Gold & Copper Exploration in Turkey near this area.
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More great gold habitat; brecciated sedimentary host rock with large quartz vein clasts and oxide mineralization. Akarca gold-silver project, western Turkey
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Mineral Exploration Drilling in Arizona on the Copper Springs Project. Globe, AZ
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Dr. Duncan Large in Swedish Lapland. Eurasian Minerals is exploring for Gold in Sweden, as well as for Swedish Copper.
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Mineral exploration drilling for Turkish Gold on Kucukhugla Tepe (Kucukhugla Hill), Akarca Gold-Silver Project, Western Anatolia, Turkey
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Mineral exploration drilling in Turkey has revealed typical conglomerate host rock at the Akarca Gold-Silver Project, Western Anatolia, Turkey
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Conspicuous copper staining leached from the surrounding metal rich host rocks. Note the obvious presence of multidirectional veining, in this case bearing copper & molybdenum minerals. Copper Basin, Arizona.
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Some of the natural hydrothermal plumbing for the Akarca gold & silver system. Eurasian Minerals is excited about gold exploration in Turkey.
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Matt Badiali, author of the S&A Junior Resource Trader gets down in the trenches to examine fresh exposure. Akarca gold-silver project, western Turkey
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Visitor to the Colorado office, June 2010
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2 kg specimen of native copper from northern Haiti
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President, CEO & Director, David M. Cole in celebratory gesture of listing on the NYSE Amex after closing the trading day on the New York Stock Exchange. January 30, 2012
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Local villager shows off his wild onions, Akarca, Turkey
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Bronco Creek/EMX geologist Leif Hammes (foreground) and Bronco Creek/EMX Logistics Coordinator Chris Creel (with saw) engaged in panel sampling at the Copper Basin Cu-Mo-Au Project, Bradshaw Mountains, Arizona. This project is joint ventured with earn-in partner Vale.
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President, CEO & Director, David M. Cole displaying some EMXX gold on the floor of the NY Stock Exchange
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Stock works displaying dense, multi-directional veining containing copper and molybdenum sulphides. Copper Basin, Arizona, USA
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Manganocrete, a conglomerate consisting of primarily manganese and iron oxides/hydroxides leached from the surrounding metal rich rocks resulting in the cementing of alluvial materials, Copper Basin, Arizona mineral exploration site.
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Copper rich ferrocrete, a conglomerate consisting of primarily iron and manganese oxides/hydroxides leached from the surrounding metal rich rocks resulting in the cementing of alluvial materials. Copper Basin, Arizona.
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Dr. Peter Mitchell on geo-reconnaissance in Haiti
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Road cut through copper mineralization in northern Haiti
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Eurasian Minerals staff ringing the closing bell on the New York Stock Exchange. From L to R: James Stinson-Commercial Director, Christiaan Vandenberg, George Lim-Director, Valerie Barlow-Corporate Secretary, John Casale (obscured)-NYSE, Dr. M. Stephen Enders-Chairman of the Board, Christina Cepeliauskas-CFO, Scott Close-Director of Investor Relations, David Cole-President, CEO & Director, Russell Keithline-Executive Administrator, Arlene Cole, Garrett Clemons-Manager, Project Marketing & Deal Flow, Paul Zink-President, Eurasian Capital, Dr. David Johnson- Chief Geologist, Michael Sheehan-Geologist & Manager of Technical Services
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The largest fortress in the Western Hemisphere, the Citadelle, Massif du Nord, Haiti
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Searching for gold in Kyrgyzstan, this drill rig is situated on the Orgatash gold project, southern Kyrgyzstan
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Crocus in full October bloom on the Balya lead-zinc-silver royalty property, western Turkey. EMX holds a 4% net smelter return royalty on the property
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Spring poppies, Truva (Troy), Turkey
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