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

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Major IP Anomaly Identified Below Tabasquena Mine

  • Recently completed 3D Induced Polarization (IP) geophysical survey outlined a significant, continuous chargeability anomaly.
  • Anomaly is approximately 100 metres below past drilling and almost directly under the main Tabasquena
  • East-West width of approximately 250 metres and an apparent strike length of over 800 metres
  • Anomaly remains open to the north and to the south and at depth.
  • Planning 3D IP survey to the southeast for at least 1 km in the direction of the Tesorito shaft, which will determine the southerly extension of the main anomaly and establish whether this main target is becoming shallower.
  • Following this a number of proposed boreholes are planned to intersect this anomaly.


Infrastructure includes:

  • Recently constructed headframe with 100m shaft and underground workings
  • Fully 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 Silver Mine.
  • 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 to test the IP Anomaly identified imediately below Tabasquena Mine


  • Tabasquena is centrally located in a rich mining jurisdiction.
  • The historical Milagros silver mine headframe is 6.7km away,
  • The ElCoronel 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


Last changed at 01-Oct-2019 11:02AM by AGORACOM