Comstock-lode



noun
1.
the most valuable deposit of silver ore ever recorded, discovered in 1859 by Henry T. P. Comstock near Virginia City, Nevada.
/ˈkʌmˌstɒk; ˈkɒm-/
noun
1.
an extensive gold and silver vein in W Nevada, near Virginia City

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