The most southernly large mine in the Schneeberg ore field and one of the most important cobalt mines in the Saxon ore mining region in the 19th century was the Wolfgang Maßen mine. The stamp mill constructed between 1816 and 1818 with subsurface stamp wheelhouse, the half-timbered Huthaus (administration and assembly building), the pit foreman’s house and the mine forge from the mid-19th century have been preserved from the mining complex. In addition to the table heap of the main shaft, there are also several smaller heaps that can be dated back to the 16th century.