Central Camp

Projects

Overview

The Central Camp is host to 9 former producers and brownfield discoveries.

Objective

The majority of these mines were shut down in a period where commodity prices were significantly lower and extraction and recovery techniques were not as advanced as today. Falco Resource has an opportunity to examine these former producer and determine if there exists the opportunity to realized an exploitable resource.

Location Exploitation Tonnage Gold Silver Copper Zinc Gold Silver Copper Zinc Gold Eq.
From To M g/t g/t % % Moz Moz Mlbs Mlbs Moz
Ansil North Central 1989 1993 1.6 2.20 26.3 7.07 1.27 0.1 1.5 250 45 0.72
Delbridge No. 2 North Central 1969 1971 0.4 2.75 109.3 0.45 10.11 0.0 1.4 4 80 0.11
Waite-Amulet (Old Waite) North Central 1928 1949 1.1 1.37 0 4.62 4.62 0.0 - 115 115 0.37
East Waite North Central 1951 1961 1.4 1.37 4.62 4.62 0.1 - 139 139 0.44
Amulet A North Central 1937 1962 4.8 1.37 4.62 4.62 0.2 - 490 490 1.56
Amulet C North Central 1937 1962 0.5 0.34 86.7 3.4 8.6 0.0 1.7 41 103 0.18
Amulet F North Central 1930 1951 0.3 1.37 0.0 4.62 4.62 0.0 - 26 26 0.08
Newbec North Central 1930 0.0 6.74 - - 0 - 0.00
Gallen North Central 1953 2000 2.5 1.16 37.7 0.17 4.83 0.1 3.4 10 271 0.32

Prices used for the Gold Equivalent calculation were as follows:

  • Zinc - $0.91 per lb
  • Gold - $1,656 per oz
  • Copper - $3.65 per lb
  • Silver - $29 per oz

Cautionary Language

Falco Resource advises that the production, tonnage and grades listed above are historical in nature and have not been verified. The historical estimates are not supported by a technical report. Certain properties are classified as Controlled Properties in which Falco Resource has an economic interest below 200 meters.