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Liberty Star Uranium & Metals Corp. (LBSR: OTCQB) is an Arizona-based mineral exploration company engaged in the acquisition and exploration of mineral properties in the states of Arizona and Alaska. Currently the company controls  properties totaling approximately 26,011 acres (about 41 square miles) which are located over what management considers some of North America’s richest mineralized regions for copper, gold, silver, molybdenum (moly), and uranium.   Read more                                                                                                    Hay Mountain Summary (PDF)

 

Hay Mountain/Tombstone Super Project

Geochem Field Tech, August, 2011

The Tombstone Super Project (TSP ) hosts Liberty Star’s premiere multi target property: Hay Mountain. The TSP initially consisted of 33 unpatented federal lode mining claims over a projected covered porphyry copper mineral center in Cochise County, Arizona. In 2011 and 2012 more USBLM claims and Arizona Mining Exploration Permits were added after Chief Geologist James Briscoe discovered a large multimodal anomaly over a large covered porphyry copper mineral center within the larger TSP area. Currently,  the TSP entails 14.67 square miles of claimed or permitted lands with  Hay Mountain covering 13.45 square miles of the area.

Mining throughout the region began in the late 19th Century and led to the rise of legendary boom town Tombstone, Arizona. Many of these mining sites, including what is now Liberty Star’s land, reside within or adjacent to a large volcanic and intrusive geologic feature known as a caldera. These caldera structures are present throughout southern Arizona, making the region one of the richest porphyry copper areas on the planet. By 1938 exploration and development of the Tombstone Mining District in this area was stalled by altered sedimentary rock (hornfels) that was too hard for the drill technology of the day(churn drills).

With copper prices on a continued upward trajectory, and modern mining technology in place, the terrain along this large caldera is again of great interest throughout the mining industry. Through geochemical sampling and computer modeling, Liberty Star founder and Chief Geologist & CEO James Briscoe, discovered a compelling drill target for a very large limestone hosted porphyry copper-replacement deposit. If exploration is successful, mining projected for this target would be underground and could produce copper, moly, gold, silver, lead, zinc and potentially other by product metals. While there are no drilled mineral resources on this property, it is adjacent to the old historic Tombstone Consolidated mines and the target is defined by technical work to allow an immediate start to drill testing. The Tombstone mining district has a well developed infrastructure and enjoys sunny skies over 300 days a year, ideal for year round exploration and mining activities.

In mid March, 2011 Liberty Star contracted SRK Consulting to prepare  technical reports over three areas within the Tombstone Super Project : Hay Mountain, Tombstone South and Walnut Creek. Members of SRK’s engineering/scientific staff supervised by Qualified Person and SRK’s Tucson Office Principle Geologist Corolla Hoag, and geologist Dr. Jan Rasmussen have visited the Tombstone property. Their information combined with the previously gathered geochemical, geophysical and computer modeling data  underwent a thorough technical analysis. The resulting technical reports concluded that all three claim blocks were worthy of further exploration work.

In 2011 extensive geochemical sampling at Hay Mountain rendered approximately 1,800 soil/rock/vegetation samples which were analyzed for 64 elements at a certified facility in Vancouver, British Columbia.  Expected  markers for porphyry copper, gold, moly, silver and zinc were present. The geochemical data also yielded the unexpected presence of  four of seventeen Rare Earth Elements (REEs). Further analysis of the REE data will be undertaken at a later date.

Liberty Star contracted  Geotech Ltd. to run a ZTEM airborne electromagnetic survey over the Hay Mountain area in 2013. The final draft report has been submitted to Liberty Star concluding :

1. There are as many as 10 meaningful targets within the Hay Mountain Project area.

2. Hay Mountain contains a major anomaly centered on the geochem anomaly reported by Liberty Star (NR 127).

From the “Executive Summary” Summary Interpretation Report on a Helicopter-Borne
Z-Axis Tipper Electromagnetic (ZTEM) and Aeromagnetic Geophysical Survey
The Hay Mountain Project Tombstone Mining District, Cochise County, Arizona
For: Liberty Star Uranium & Metals Corp.:

“The Hay Mountain Property is mainly underlain by a thick sequence of Paleozoic quartzite, limestone and siltstones, but potentially hosts buried porphyry copper deposits at structural intersections and under basin-fill formations. There is additional potential for polymetallic carbonate-hosted replacement deposits (CRD), as well as shallow chalcocite blanket porphyry type deposits and also skarn type porphyry copper deposits. Previous soil and vegetation geochemical surveys have identified a coincident Au-Pb-Cu anomaly and larger Mo-halo in the center of the property. The objective of the ZTEM surveys is to identify favourable magnetic and resistivity signatures related to potentially more deeply buried porphyry copper, CRD/skarn and chalcocite replacement deposits at Hay Mountain. The Magnetic surveys have determined that Hay Mountain hosts a large dominant magnetic high that lies buried below the Paleozoic sediments is centered over the Liberty Star geochemical anomaly and remains open to the south…As many as ten (10) magnetic anomalies have been defined.” (See NR 170, 12/11/2013)

 View  TSP/Hay Mtn ZTEM & Maps (web page)

View the May 2013 Hay Mtn Summary Presentation (PDF)

View the Feb 2013 Archaeological Study (PDF)



 

TSP/Hay Mtn ZTEM & Maps

Mag3D Magnetic Inversion Feb 2014

L1410 ZTEM 2D Inversion Resistivity Section Feb 2014

LSUM ZTEM composite Jan 21, 2014

Hay Mtn geochem anomalies w/ drill targets and geochem sample locations

Hay Mtn geochem samples & results (2003-2011)

Hay Mtn property
local Cu and Au mines

Southeast Arizona
Cu and Au mining district



 


 




 


JMG Porphyry Copper Model



Tombstone Porphyry-Precious Metals Project consists of 33 unpatented federal lode mining claims over a projected covered porphyry copper mineral center in Cochise County, Arizona. Mining throughout the region began in the late 19th Century and led to the rise of legendary boomtown Tombstone, Arizona. Many of these mining sites, including what is now Liberty Star's land, reside within a large volcanic and intrusive geologic feature known as a  caldera. These caldera structures are present throughout southern Arizona, making the region one of the richest  porphyry copper areas on the planet. Fuller exploration and development of the Tombstone Mining District was stalled by altered sedimentary rock that was too hard for the drill technology of the day. With copper prices on a continued upward trajectory, and modern mining technology in place, the terrain along this large caldera is again of great interest to the international mining community. Through geochemical sampling and computer modeling, Liberty Star founder and CEO James Briscoe, discovered a compelling drill target for a very large limestone hosted porphyry copper-replacement deposit. If exploration is successful, mining projected for this target would be underground and could produce copper, moly, gold, silver, lead, and zinc. While there are no drilled mineral resources on this property, it is adjacent to the old historic Tombstone Consolidated mines and the target is defined by technical work to allow an immediate start to drill testing.

http://www.libertystaruranium.com/www/projects/tombstone-project

East Silver Bell Porphyry Copper Project is within the Silver Bell Mining District located northwest of Tucson, Arizona. Asarco Mining LLC with joint venture partner Mitsui Mining of Japan currently operates open pit copper mines in the area. Asarco has a solvent extraction (SXEW) plant approximately 4 1/2 miles to the west of the East Silver Bell Project property line. Liberty Star's property, within the same mining district, includes 26 unpatented lode mining claims covering a previously unrecognized porphyry copper center. Two mining companies had some interest in the area during the late 1990s but relinquished the ground despite revealing enriched copper in one hole and substantial amounts of leached capping in all other holes, an indicator for porphyry copper deposits. Stagnant copper prices contributed to the abandonment of the ground prior to the identification of any ore body. The claims currently are within the Ironwood National Monument, which was established after the claims were staked.

http://www.libertystaruranium.com/www/projects/east-silver-bell-porphyry-copper-project

       

 

East Silver Bell Porphyry Copper Project

East Silver Bell Porphyry Copper Project is within the Silver Bell Mining District located northwest of Tucson, Arizona. Asarco Mining LLC with joint venture partner Mitsui Mining of Japan currently operates open pit copper mines in the area. Asarco has a solvent extraction (SXEW) plant approximately 4 1/2 miles to the west of the East Silver Bell Project property line. Liberty Star’s property, within the same mining district, includes 26 unpatented lode mining claims covering a previously unrecognized porphyry copper center. Two mining companies had some interest in the area during the late 1990s but relinquished the ground despite revealing enriched copper in one hole and substantial amounts of leached capping in all other holes, an indicator for porphyry copper deposits. Stagnant copper prices contributed to the abandonment of the ground prior to the identification of any ore body. The claims currently are within the Ironwood National Monument, which was established after the claims were staked.

 

Management & Directors

Position: CEO, President, CFO, Chief Geologist & Board Chairman

Mr. James A. Briscoe, P. Geo., BS/MS Geology University of Arizona and Chairman of the Board, is one of the chief founders of Liberty Star Uranium & Metals Corp.  Mr. Briscoe’s involvement in mineral exploration and discoveries spans over 40 years. He is a Registered Professional Geologist in the States of California and Arizona since 1969 and 1972 respectively. Credited with expanding porphyry copper ore reserves at Silver Bell, Arizona and identifying major gold deposits in the Randsburg District in California, he was also instrumental in the discovery of the large disseminated McDermitt open-pit mercury mine in Nevada. Mr. Briscoe co-discovered and co-owned the Wind Mountain gold-silver mine in Nevada.  In Alaska, he identified the Big Chunk caldera and the copper-gold-moly potential continuation from the Pebble mine and alteration zone which is a twin of the Silver Bell zone in the Silver Bell caldera, Arizona.  Mr. Briscoe was the first geologist to identify the Tombstone Caldera in 1988. Recently, he discovered a significant intrusion indicating multiple mineral occurrences under the Tombstone Arizona caldera. He has served as either an officer and or director of three other publicly trading exploration and development companies.

  Keith P Brill

  Position: Director

Mr. Brill joined the board in December, 2009. He has been a management consultant with PA      Consulting Group, Inc., a leading global consulting firm. Mr. Brill has provided Fortune 500 companies with consulting advice on topics including cost reduction, operational efficiency, and IT strategy.  Mr. Brill received an International MBA from the Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina. He earned his B.S., magna cum laude, in Economics and Finance, minor in Spanish, from the South Carolina Honors College.

Pete O’Heeron

 Position: Director

Mr. O’Heeron joined the board in September, 2012. Mr. O’Heeron leads an operational investment group which identifies early stage opportunities in the medical field with strong intellectual property positions. Through his 20+ years of medical product development experience, Mr. O’Heeron brings together the resources from strategic disciplines necessary to commercialize unique technologies. Prior to founding Advanced Medical Technologies LLC, Mr. O’Heeron founded NeoSurg Technologies, Inc. to develop a minimally invasive access system. As a result of his efforts, NeoSurg Technologies was successful in developing the T2000 Minimally Invasive Access System, the world leader in reposable surgical instrumentation. Mr. O’Heeron completed the sale of NeoSurg Technologies to CooperSurgical in 2005. Mr. O’Heeron graduated from Texas State University with a BS in Healthcare Administration and a minor in Business Administration. He received his Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Houston. Mr. O’Heeron currently holds 5 patents and has 4 patents pending.

 

Share Structure

Current authorized shares: 6,250,000,000

Outstanding shares: 2,598,709,698

(updated through 07/31/18)


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#168648  Sticky Note LBSR$$$$ 10 BAGGER 20 BAGGER CMsixfigures 11/21/18 01:53:39 PM
#168587  Sticky Note 65% of .0002 = .00013 - TOXIC DEATH mstoneinv 11/14/18 12:33:26 PM
#169044   Anybody have opinions why JB was let go rl71852 01/23/19 10:35:12 AM
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#169042   Based on your years-long harangue regarding impending doom, kickedoffagain 01/22/19 02:28:20 AM
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#169033   MORE PROOF, TOXIC LENDERS HAVE CUT OFF LBSR!!! mstoneinv 01/16/19 03:00:55 AM
#169032   So they paid the fees for 2 claims. mstoneinv 01/13/19 07:34:48 AM
#169031   Liberty Star Pays Fees for Hay Mountain Project Zilidium 01/11/19 02:31:46 PM
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#168999   The example in the 1st paragraph here fits Eli's Gone 12/22/18 04:35:49 PM
#168998   So, if the due date was Dec. 15th gitreal 12/22/18 04:25:19 PM
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#168996   fifth calendar day gitreal 12/22/18 03:49:16 PM
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