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LOS ANGELES Au Ag INTERMEDIATE SULPHIDATION EPITHERMAL VEINMEXICO
Geology:
Within "Mexican Silver Belt", Central Mexico.
Main outcrop is Early Cretaceous sedimentary Proa'os Fm. comprising graywacke, calcareous-carbonaceous, shales.
Mineralization:
Quartz veins striking NW, dipping SW; vein width varies from 1 to 2 meters, stockworks, bed and sediment replacement. silver sulphide (Argentite), electrum (Au-Ag), galena (PbS), pyrite (FeS), calcite, hematite.
Work:
1980's:  artisian production
Results:
Mineral resources:  600,000 tonnes; averaging 1.0 gr/ton (0.032 oz/ton) Au, 350 gr/ton (11.25 oz/ton) Ag.
Mine workings: an old shaft bottomed at 75 meters deep is flooded; Three different sublevels drif about 100 meters-strike length.
No proven ore mineral is estimated yet, until flooded shaft and underground workings, will be dewatered.

During the 80's. Mined out circa 524 metric tonnes; averaging 1.2-1.9 gr/ton (0.04-0.06 oz/ton) Au and 445 to 645 gr/ton (14.3 to 20.7 oz/ton) Ag
Property Details & Access:
15 ha
Road access;1 hour drive from Zacatecas City
Detail Location:
State of Zacatecas, 50 km from Zacatecas City , 2 km north of Plateros
N 23o15'07". W 102o 51' 42"
Elevation 2,192 m.a.s.l.
Other Comments:
Detailed information is available on mineral rights, process plant assay data.
Brochure on Location, geology, historical production and preliminary financial statements (net process plant return)
Vendor / Contact:
Geologist. Juan J. Vera
Email: jjvera@rocketmail.com
Phone: Mobil. +52 81 1680 4722 / Office: +52 81 8343 0566. ext 120 nmex01Submitted 11/16
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