Challacollo

Challacollo is an extensive 19,000 hectare property located in northern Chile. Challacollo is an oxidized intermediate-sulfidation epithermal silver-gold deposit.

The primary target at Challocollo is the Lolón Structure but there is further potential in hanging wall veins, in addition to stockwork mineralization adjacent to the structures. There is good opportunity to both increase the size of the defined mineralized zone in the Lolón Structure and other mineralized veins on the project and to expand on the Challacollo deposit’s economic potential.

Operator Aftermath Silver Ltd. (TSX-V: AAG, “Aftermath Silver”) published a 2020 resource estimate and reported current Indicated and Inferred Resources of 9.4 million tonnes grading 153g/t silver and 0.24g/t gold, for approximately 46 million ounces of contained silver and 73 thousand ounces of contained gold.

Aftermath Silver continues to focus on drilling and sampling mineralized structures and disseminated breccia style mineralization outside of the high-grade structures that formed the Mineral Resource Estimate and within the optimized pit shell that constrains the Mineral Resource.

 

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Maps

Summary of geochemical sampling on the Challacollo Project (Source: Technical Report Challacollo Silver-Gold Mineral Resource Estimate, 2020). Click to Enlarge

Photos

Epithermal crustiform banding seen in Lolón Structure (Source: Technical Report Challacollo Silver-Gold Mineral Resource Estimate, 2020). Click to Enlarge