To 'golden08' on 'Coeur d'Alene Mines Corp. ' -
RE: Bob do you know how far cde property is from
Franklins mines? -
CDE - SAN BARTOLOME Mine -
Well, CDE - SAN BARTOLOME Mine vein -
is probable a continuation -
from one of the five main veins -
Franklin - Cerro Rico veins -
Franklin Mining -
Est. 1864 -
Jaime Melgarejo, Jr. -
President & CEO:
Jaime Melgarejo -
(with Bolivian heritage -
grandson to past Bolivian Pres? has been said) -
Has 20+ years of experience in International Business -
in dealing with Latin America and Asian Countries -
Set up and managed agents as well as handle day to day -
operations of business -
In 2006 Franklin Mining, Bolivia -
has signed a contract with COMIBOL -
for several of the main dicovery veins in -
The Cerro Rico Mines - http://www.franklinmining.com/Projects/HardRockProjects/CerroRicoPalivariIIIBolivia/tabid/19638/Defa...
In late 2005, Franklin Mining, Inc
entered into a M.O.U. with COMIBOL and FENCOMIN
to work on a specific area of the Cerro Rico Mine -
COMIBOL advised us the following on the five main veins -
A.B. : Alcko Barreno
A.B.R. : Alcko Barreno branches (Branch: small outcrops that run perpendicular to the main vein).
Mesa : Mesapata
S.M. : San Miguel
S.M.B.: San Miguel Branches
S.P. : San Pedro
S.P.1 : San Pedro one (this is another structure near to the other vein).
The five veins are projected to hold -
over 5.5 million metric tons of ore.
The name of those veins are -
San Pedro 1,
and Alkco Barreno.
The combined estimated reserves are about
938,130 kgs of silver,
250,004 tons of zinc
and over 72,377 tons of tin,
33,018,564 ounces of silver,
550,784,040 lbs of zinc
and 159,518,908 lbs of tin -
more info at - http://www.franklinmining.com/Projects/HardRockProjects/CerroRicoPalivariIIAlternativeIIIBolivia/tab...
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