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Analy I & II Projects, Mexico

The Analy I & Analy II concessions are located 100 km east of the city of Guanajuato, Mexico. Access is very easy along paved highways to within 8 km of the properties, and then on dirt and gravel roads. Together the two properties total 722 hectares.

ANALY I & II CONSESSIONS

A first-stage exploration strategy will include: A program of geological mapping and reconnaissance float and subcrop sampling. Another priority will be the locating, mapping and sampling of old mines and workings within the concession areas.

01GEOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION

The area is an old Ag-Pb-Zn mining camp which has never been explored using modern exploration methods.

The geology consists of acid to intermediate volcanics and well bedded meta-sediments.

An old adit and shaft, which have not been mined for some decades, are located just outside the boundary of the western concession block. The adit exposes a 0.5m to 2.5m wide lode of limonitic, brecciated, silicified rock with strongly vuggy sacchariodal quartz, cut by later quartz veins.

On the slope near the adit - and extending into the western concession block - there is abundant scree/float of limonitic silicified/brecciated/quartz veined volcanics and strongly silicified hydrothermal breccia. Float cobbles of limonitic silicified meta-sediment cut by vuggy quartz veins with local box-works after sulphides were observed at several drainage sites.

A first-stage exploration strategy will include:

A program of geological mapping and reconnaissance float and subcrop sampling. Another priority will be the locating, mapping and sampling of old mines and workings within the concession areas.

Contact

Suite 578 – 999 Canada Place
Vancouver, BC V6C 3E1
info@gsilver.com
+1 (778) 989-5346

Guanajuato Silver is engaged in the exploration of mineral projects in the Guanajuato region of central Mexico. The Company’s flagship El Pinguico project is a significant past producer of high grade gold and silver and is located just 7km south of the city of Guanajuato, Mexico.