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  1. "Bear" Arms T-Shirt (Grey)

    "Bear" Arms T-Shirt (Grey)

    Because bears have rights too. This grey short sleeved t-shirt has a picture of 3 grizzly bears carrying rifles and looking way more dangerous than they already are. Below is printed, "THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS" with "SILVERTON, COLORADO" printed underneath. This shirt is comfortable and great to wear all year around. Learn More
    $14.99

  2. "Due To The High Cost Of Ammo, There Will Be No Warning Shot." (Brown)

    "Due To The High Cost Of Ammo, There Will Be No Warning Shot." (Brown)

    With rising costs and waning availability, this brown t-shirt is sure to hit home with the slogan written in black stencil print on the back: ""Due to the high cost of ammo, there will be no warning shot." In the middle of the slogan are pictures of three different kinds of ammunition. This is a great shirt to wear on the range or around town. Learn More
    $15.99

  3. 100% Pure Colorado Silver Sample

    100% Pure Colorado Silver Sample

    What could be better than 100% pure Colorado silver? This sample is suspended in water giving you a magnified view of this glittering precious mineral. Silver has a unique luster and appearance, it is the perfect gift or souviener to remember your visit to Colorado. This silver vial has been made by a genuine U.S. small mining company seeking to preserve the history of Colorado. This vial is not intended for children age 12 and under. This is not a toy. Learn More
    $4.99

  4. 24 Karat Gold Specimen

    24 Karat Gold Specimen

    Enjoy one of the Earth's most precious metal with this 24 karat gold specimen. This bottle contains genuine 24 Karat Gold. This sample is suspended in water giving you a magnified view of this glittering precious mineral. You will notice that gold has a unique appearance and luster, very different from pyrite or fool's gold. Colorado has seen many gold rushes, including one in Silverton, where Fetch's is located. Today, mining for gold still takes place in Colorado. This gold vial has been made by a genuine U.S. small mining company seeking to preserve the history of Colorado. This vial is not intended for children age 12 and under. This is not a toy. Learn More
    $4.99

  5. A Simpler Way: Silverton, Colorado in 1990

    A Simpler Way: Silverton, Colorado in 1990

    A photographic study of Silverton Colorado by Marshall, John T; Daniel M. Mesich Learn More
    $16.95

  6. Basins of Silver the Story of Silverton, Colorado's Las Animas Mining District

    Basins of Silver the Story of Silverton, Colorado's Las Animas Mining District

    Basins of Silver

    The Story of Silverton, Colorado's Las Animas Mining District

    The story of the Las Animas Mining District began with the Colorado Gold Rush of 1860, but it was silver that kept the local mines operating for over one hundred years. The region laid claim to many mining firsts in Colorado and the San Juan Mountains, and served as the cradle for engineering and mining practices that revolutionized the entire mining industry. The area was the scene of the first two mineral rushes to the San Juan Mountains, which included the first hard rock mine and ore treatment mill. The first and the longest aerial tramways were built here, which helped to further the inaugural practices of mining low grade ore. One of the first and most advanced mining power grids and power plants were used in the district. These practices ultimately helped save the Colorado mining industry when the bottom fell out of the price of silver.

    One of the most profitable mines in the United States (the North Star Mine) and one of the largest and most complex (the Silver Lake Mine) were located in the district. This area impressed mining engineers, metallurgists, and investors for over a century even though it was located in some of the most rugged terrain in the West and the harshness of its climate was second only to Alaska.

    Author Eric Twitty has documented and assessed the historic mines of the Las Animas District for many years. He is an owner of Mountain States Historical in Boulder, Colorado, and has researched and analyzed the remains of thousands of mines throughout the state.

    By Eric Twitty (Author)

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    $35.95

  7. Bronze Colored Train T-Shirt Bronze Colored Train T-Shirt

    Bronze Colored Train T-Shirt

    This bronze colored t-shirt has a majestic artist's rendition on the back of the shirt showing the Durango & Silverton train making its way through the canyon. In the background is a beautiful waterfall and a few small cabins built into the canyon walls. The artwork has almost a photographic quality, and this is a great gift for any train lover. Learn More
    $17.99

  8. Collectable Brass Colorado Hummingbird Ornament

    Collectable Brass Colorado Hummingbird Ornament

    A wonderfully unique ornament to remember Colorado. This collectable solid brass Colorado hummingbird ornament is definitely one of a kind. This cute little hanger depicts humming birds fluttering around the cursive letters saying Colorado. Learn More
    $8.99

  9. Colorado Ghost Stories

    Colorado Ghost Stories

    Colorado Ghost Stories

    Written by a most qualified chronicler of the paranormal genre, award winning author, Antonio R. Garcez offers withing these pages an authentic and detailed collection, taking readers on an eye-opening journey through Colorado's prairies, mountains, cities and towns. Garcez's brilliant personal insight and informative writing style will engage with extraordinary firsthand accounts of personal stories, told to the author by those select individuals who have personally encountered a ghost!

    Colorado Ghost Stories is unlike any other book of its kind. Make no mistake, this book is definitely, DEFINITELY like no other.

    By Antonio R. Garcez (Author)

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    $23.95

  10. Colorado Rockhounding A Guide to Minerals, Gemstones, and Fossils

    Colorado Rockhounding A Guide to Minerals, Gemstones, and Fossils

    Colorado Rockhounding

    A Guide to Minerals, Gemstones, and Fossils

    Colorado Rockhounding is a complete guide to the state's rich and varied mineral, gemstone, and fossil sources. In Colorado, rockhounds may pick agate and petrified wood from the vast Great Plains, follow dinosaur tracks on hogback ridges, pan gold in mountain streams, hunt gemstones on towering peaks, and search for metal sulfide minerals in historic mining districts.

    By Stephen M. Voynick (Author)

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    $20.00

  11. Colorado's San Juan Mountains

    Colorado's San Juan Mountains

    Colorado's San Juan Mountains

    The San Juan Mountains in southwestern Colorado are among the most spectacular mountains in the world. They contain seven wilderness areas, nine distinct ecosystems, and more land above 10,000 feet than any other mountain range in North America.

    In Colorado's San Juan Mountains, renowned photographer Grant Collier has captured the sublime beauty of these mountains. Grant has explored every stretch of the San Juans, photographing jagged peaks rising to dizzying heights, undulating meadows covered with wildflowers, and immense waterfalls plunging over rocky cliff faces. This book also leads you back in time with a selection of photographs from the 1880s taken by Grant's great-great-grandfather, the pioneer photographer Joseph Collier. The combination of historic and modern photographs provides a compelling new perspective on Colorado's most expansive mountain range.

    Grant Collier (Author) with Historic Images by Joseph Collier

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    $12.95

  12. Comedy Sign NO MISFIRES

    Comedy Sign NO MISFIRES

    This comedy sign, NO MISFIRES, is just for laughs and bathroom humor. At Fetch's in Silverton we have it hanging in our customer bathroom. The sign depicts a crossed out man in front of a toilet, with NO MISFIRES written underneath. Make your guest laugh when they see this hanging on your wall. Learn More
    $5.99

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