Little Granite Mine
Little Granite is a past-producing, high grade silver-gold mine located in the Black Range Mining District of New Mexico. The main structure hosts a low sulphidation epithermal quartz vein (similar to the high grade Midas and Sleeper mines in Nevada) which has been traced for over 500 feet by underground workings and exploration drilling. The vein remains open along strike to the north and south and at depth.
The Ivanhoe -Emporia mines are past producers of gold and silver, with a decline of 370 feet. They have potential for a large tonnage of lower grade, stockwork veins surrounding high grade veins mined in the past. Soil geochemistry and geophysical anomalies have been defined for follow-up at a later funding phase.