Giants Den Tin Project
Giants Den Tin
Country Australia 
Province New south wales
Close to Bendemeer
Surface 38 km² / 9,390 acres
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Giants Den Tin Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Giants Den Tin Project
YTC Resources Limited
Owner: 100%
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Location of the Giants Den Tin Project
The Giants Den project comprises an 38 square kilometre tenement situated near Bendemeer in northern NSW.
History of the Giants Den Tin Project
The tenement covers historic alluvial tin mines at Watson’s Creek and Fish Creek as well as the quartz-greisen poly-metallic hard rock workings at Giants Den. The Watson’s Creek alluvial tin deposit commences at the foot of Giants Den Hill and has been mined (pre-1960s) for at least 2km downstream with production of over 1,600 tonnes of tin concentrate recorded between 1879 and 1962.
Geology of the Giants Den Tin Project
The Giants Den mineralisation occurs as cassiterite and chalcopyrite in sheeted quartz-greisen veins, over an area of 400 metres x 600 metres. A number of veins have been exploited historically to depths of up to 20 metres. The polymetallic potential more...
Data last updated on : 11/27/2009
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