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The 1,015-hectare Amiches gold/silver project is located within the El Indio gold belt (about 100km south of the Veladero mine owned by Barrick Gold, 100km SW of the Gualcamayo mine owned by Mineros S.A., and 60km SE of the El Indio/Tambo historic mines owned by Barrick Gold) approximately 40km west of the town of Las Flores, Departamento Iglesia, San Juan Province, Argentina.
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Inside El Indio gold belt, San Juan Province, Argentina
Prior trenching program
– two meters grading 12 g/t gold and over 200 g/t silver
– two meters grading 19 g/t gold and 390 g/t silver
The project remains predominantly underdeveloped and underexplored. In February 2013, the previous operators completed a trenching program on the property. Highlights from the program include two meters grading 12 g/t gold and over 200 g/t silver and two meters grading 19 g/t gold and 390 g/t silver. In May 2018, Antler Hill collected grab samples as part of its due diligence. The samples returned values of 15 g/t gold and 190 g/t silver as well as 3.3 g/t gold and 70 g/t silver.
Antler Hill plans to conduct soil sampling, geological mapping, trenching and drilling on the property in the near-term. The Company is also anticipating the start of road construction which will greatly increase accessibility to the property.