Top ten historical producer in the Silver Valley mining corridor with historic resources.

Historic Resources

TonsSilver (g/t)Silver (oz)Zinc (%)Zinc (lbs)Lead (%)Lead (lbs)Silver Equiv. (g/t)*Silver Equiv. (oz)*Zinc Equiv. Grade (%)*Zinc Equiv. Grade (lbs)*
218,00087.4555,72710.345,082,4005.2222,759,2005393,424,27216.873,276,540
* Silver Equiv. and Zinc Equiv. assumptions: Silver (Ag) price of US$25.00/oz, Zinc (Zn) price of US$1.30/lb, Lead (Pb) price of US$1.00/lb **Source: United States Geological Survey (USGS) Page Mine – https://mrdata.usgs.gov/mrds/show-mrds.php?dep_id=10073450
  • Operated from 1916-1917 and from 1926 to 1969, closing because of a devastating fire
  • Never re-opened due to extenuating circumstances even though high grade resources were defined
  • Produced approximately 1.1 billion pounds of zinc and lead and 14.6 million ounces of silver
  • Mined to a vertical extent of 2,644 feet (3400 level)
  • Vein structures are well known to trend deeply in the District

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