Project Overview

Highlights of Tabasquena Silver Mine

  • In the shadows of a headframe project, the Real de Milagros Silver Mine, shares same geological feature as Tabasquena;
  • Tabasquena had historical silver production at the end of 20th century;
  • Zacatecas and surrounding states contain some of the most important silver belts worldwide;
  • Recently built headframe with 100 metre shaft and underground workings;
  • Fully permitted for mining operations including explosives and tailings permits;
  • Open along strike to the north and south, only a small portion of known veins explored;
  • Tabasquena vein outcrops at surface for 2km, only approximately 70 metres of strike drilled near shaft and no drilling below 100 metres on epithermal vein;
  • La Nina vein, parallel to Tabasquena, also outcrops over nearly same distance;
  • Tabasquena and La Nina meet to the north of the headframe, this structural intersection is a key location for future exploration;
  • Entire project has yet to go through extensive exploration for additional veins;
  • Paved road access, electrical power through the project and to the headframe;
  • Renowned Mexican geologist, part of the vending company, will join Advance as key advisor.

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