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Guadalupe y Calvo


The project is located in the historic silver mining district of Guadalupe y Calvo, Chihuahua. Gold and silver mineralization was discovered in the 1800’s, Endeavour acquired the project in 2012, consolidated the ownership of the Rosario Trend with the acquisition of the surrounding La Bufa group of concessions in 2014, and is currently exploring several high grade vein and bulk tonnage targets on this large, prospective property.

District The GyC District produced historically around 1.5 million oz gold and 31 million oz silver. Two major veins were recognized, the Rosario vein which is 8 to 20 m wide and the Nankin vein.
Property 57,000 hectares
Infrastructure The Guadalupe y Calvo project is about 240 kilometers southwest on Highway 24 from Hidalgo del Parral, on power grid
Resources The ores of Guadalupe y Calvo are classified as typical low sulfidation epithermal gold-silver.
Widths 1 to 20 m thick.
Grades High-grade bonanza gold-silver ore mainly in the Rosario and Nankin veins with average grades of 2.4 gpt gold and 120 gpt silver.
Recoveries Historically > 70% of gold and silver by cyanidation
Resources and Potential 2.0 million tonnes, mostly indicated with minor inferred resources, totaling 15.2 million Oz AgEq in the main Rosario mine area, with potential to extend mineralization along the Rosario Trend to both the NW and SE.