GR Silver acquires past-producing La Trinidad gold mine in Mexico – Kitco NEWS

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(Kitco News) – GR Silver Mining (TSXV: GRSL, FRANKFURT: GPE, OTCQB: GRSLF) announced today it has now completed the acquisition of 100% of Marlin Gold Mining from Mako Mining.

Marlin owns 100% of Oro Gold de Mexico, a Mexican company, that owns the past-producer La Trinidad open pit gold mine, that ceased operating in 2019, and 12 highly prospective concessions totalling 107,392.5 ha located adjacent to GR Silver’s existing portfolio of properties.

GR Silver said that this gives the company control of 75 km of prospective trend with known mineralization including three zones and over 24 shallow gold-silver old workings, which are all strategically located on the western edge of the prolific Sierra Madre Occidental gold-silver belt in Sinaloa, Mexico.

The acquisition of Marlin is the third significant transaction completed by GR Silver Mining since listing on the TSX-V in March 2018. GR Silver Mining
now controls two past-producing mines (Plomosas and La Trinidad) that are fully permitted for future production, a current resource at San Marcial, as well as the most prospective Ag-Au exploration ground in the Rosario Mining District.

GR Silver Mining is a Mexico-focused company engaged in cost-effective silver-gold resource expansion on its key assets which lie on the eastern edge of the Rosario Mining District, Sinaloa.

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