LA VICTORIA, Ancash, Peru

Gold/Silver

  • La Victoria is 82% owned by Eloro
  • Located near world-class, low-cost gold producers Tahoe and Barrick
  • Excellent potential for gold discovery in Peru’s prolific North-Central Mineral Belt
  • La Victoria will proceed with a 2,000 m diamond drilling program to test targets to outline potential resources at San Markito
  • Trenching and sampling to confirm high silver values & veins at San Markito in 2020

Large Unexplored Opportunity in the North-Central Mineral Belt

  • Located in Ancash Department,La Victoria sits on the western slopes of the Peruvian Andes at elevations that vary from 3,000 m to 4,500 m above sea level
  • The property is located 12 hours from Lima with a travel distance of 600 km
  • The nearest road accessible population centers from La Victoria are Huandoval, Pallasca and Cabana

Puca Fault - Major Feeder Structure for Epithermal Gold Mineralization - Four Current Identified Targets

  • Victoria - 8.4 g Au/t over 1.2 m
  • Victoria South - 13.66 g Au/t over 1.10 m
  • Victoria South - 33.02 g Au/t over 0.30 m
  • Rufina - 20.5 g Au/t over 0.4 m
  • Rufina - 14.4 g Au/t over 0.5 m
  • San Markito - 0.8 g Au/t and 229 g Ag/t over 3.5 m

Magnetics Map with Target Areas

  • Gold/silver mineralization occurs in structures associated with dioritic and sedimentary rocks
  • Magnetic map (analytical signal) shows a number of very prospective targets in intrusives and sediments

Rufina Area - Geological Interpretation

  • Gold mineralization at Rufina is hosted in extensive sheeted sets of veins, veinlets swarms, stockworks and breccias in sedimentary and dioritic intrusive rocks
  • The vein controlled systems are 20-70 m wide, up to 500 m long with a dominant NW-SE strike and steep dips
  • Mineralization consists of iron oxide-quartz-pyrite-arsenopyrite with local sphalerite and galena
  • IP anomaly extends for more than 600 m across Rufina
  • Numerous artisanal workings on high-grade quartz veins
The Gate of the Sun

This is Tumi. Tumis are associated with the Peruvian culture Chimu. Chimu and the Incas were descendants of the Sun God, Inti, who was worshiped year round. Nowadays, the Tumi is a widely known symbol of good luck and a national symbol.



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