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Juanicipio, Mexico: 29.85m (true width) grading 235g/t Ag, 0.5g/t Au, 4.76% Pb, 5.79% Zn and 0.99% Cu from 889.75m depth (VM2)

Juanicipio, Mexico: 29.85m (true width) grading 235g/t Ag, 0.5g/t Au, 4.76% Pb, 5.79% Zn and 0.99% Cu from 889.75m depth (VM2) Juanicipio, Mexico: 29.85m (true width) grading 235g/t Ag, 0.5g/t Au, 4.76% Pb, 5.79% Zn and 0.99% Cu from 889.75m depth (VM2) Juanicipio, Mexico: 29.85m (true width) grading 235g/t Ag, 0.5g/t Au, 4.76% Pb, 5.79% Zn and 0.99% Cu from 889.75m depth (VM2) Juanicipio, Mexico: 29.85m (true width) grading 235g/t Ag, 0.5g/t Au, 4.76% Pb, 5.79% Zn and 0.99% Cu from 889.75m depth (VM2) Juanicipio, Mexico: 29.85m (true width) grading 235g/t Ag, 0.5g/t Au, 4.76% Pb, 5.79% Zn and 0.99% Cu from 889.75m depth (VM2)

Juanicipio’s Deep Zone potential is slowing coming to surface

Owned 56% by Fresnillo and 44% by Mag Silver, the two companies have been busy trying to confirm and extend wide high-grade mineralisation from the Deep Zone discovered back in April last year.

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