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Inca magnifies zinc focus

Detection of evidence of a big, underlying intrusive mineral system may have drawn BHP into the neighbourhood at Riqueza in central Peru. But it’s been Inca Minerals’ rapid escalation of the high-grade zinc, silver, lead and copper potential in and around old manto, breccia and vein-tapped workings that has kept small investors enthralled over the past year or so. Drilling now in progress could take that fervour to another level in the months ahead as results start to flow into the public arena.

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Outcrop of vein and stockwork system outcrop, 8m wide and more, at Colina Roja. Channel sample assays are pending

Inca managing director Ross Brown, a veteran geologist who has been on the ground in Peru for the past seven years, says the company’s maiden drilling at Riqueza could extend to 16,800m under th...