The Seekar Project is located between 1 and 3 km to the north of Obertauern and 20 km south of Radstadt (population 5,000) in the District of St. Johann im Pongau, Federal State of Salzburg.
The Project Exploration Permit comprises of nine Freischurfe, which encompass the entire known historic mine workings within a total area of approximately 4 km². The Exploration Permit extends over approximately 3 km in NW-SE oriented rhomboidal shape (Figure 1.)
Mining at Seekar is documented as far back as the 16th Century and continued intermittently until after the end of World War 1 in 1923. Historic production rates and grades were not systematically recorded, however, records of some 200 tonnes of ore mined in 1917 show that it contained between 2.36% – 4.45% Cu and 250 g/t Ag.
This project is not the primary focus of the Company’s immediate exploration program, but will be systematically explored over the next 5 years.
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