La Corne Project
La Corne
Country Canada 
Province Quebec
Close to Val d'or
Surface 8 km² / 2,095 acres Number of claims 28
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Risk and valuation analysis of the La Corne Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the La Corne Project
Romios Gold Resources Inc
Owner: 100%
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Location of the La Corne Project
The property is located adjacent to paved highway 111 and approximately 30 kms from the town of Val d'Or, Quebec and is the site of the former producing La Corne molybdenum mine.
History of the La Corne Project
The La Corne mine was operated intermittently by Molybdia Corporation Limited from 1951 to 1972 as an underground mine. Total production during this period was 3,838,844 tons of ore at a head grade of 0.33% MoS2 (6.6 lbs/ ton) and 0.040% bismuth (0.80 lbs/ton). The historical probable reserve calculated in 1974 was 1,440,000 tons grading 0.23 % MoS2 (4.6 lbs/ton) and 0.04 % bismuth (0.80 lbs/ton).
Geology of the La Corne Project
The mineralization occurs in a swarm of quartz-pegmatite veins hosted by a large sill or stock of biotite granite. The granite mass, so far as known, is a northeast trending body about 1,000 metres (3,280 feet) long and contained within the Preissac- more...
Production history
BISMUTH (lbs)3,071,075
MOLYBDENUM (lbs)25,336,370
Data last updated on : 10/22/2009
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