Exploring the Tabasquena Epithermal Silver Mine in Mexico
Recent Discovery of High-Grade Gold at the Tabasquena Silver Mine of 1.7m of 9.46 g/t gold
- 30 Epithermal Veins discovered in Phase 2
- 3 Veins discovered blindly
- New 3D Model Developed for future drill programs
- Increasing amount of quartz over Phase 1 as drilling deeper
- Tabasquena vein drilled in 3 spots across 125 metre strike
- AGT-05 hit 3 new epithermal veins below Tabasquena vein
- AGT-06 hit 2 new epithermal veins below Tabasquena vein
- From phase 1 and 2 drilling a total of 9 epithermal veins drilled
- 5 new epithermal veins are blind discoveries with no surface expression nor geophysics
- Drilling to date suggests a large epithermal vein cluster
- Phase 3 is plans to test deeper into the system in an attempt to locate the boiling zone of the various veins found to date
Recently constructed headframe with 100m shaft and underground workingsFully permitted minesite including explosives and tailings permit
Paved road access, electrical power accessible throughout property
Intrinsic and Intangible Value:
Advance Gold Controls 100-per-cent interest in the Tabasquena
The state of Zacatecas has produced approximately 40% of the silver
ever mined in Mexico.
Tabasquena vein is traceable through outcrops for 2000m and is
estimated to be 2km in strike
No mining or drilling has ever been completed into the sulphide
portion of Tabasquena vein
16,323,005 shares outstanding.
Tabasquena is centrally located in a rich mining jurisdiction. The
historical Milagros silver mine headframe is 6.7km away, The El
Coronel gold mine operated by Frisco Mining is 17km.
To the west around 10km from Tabasquena is Teck's San Nicholas
base metal mine.
All projects share common geological features favorable to mining