Two Emerging Discoveries In North America
Aztec has an experienced management team and board of directors with successful track record of financing, acquiring, exploring, discovering and developing mineral deposits in the Americas
Aztec is a mineral exploration company focused on two emerging discoveries in North America. The Cervantes project is an emerging porphyry gold-copper discovery in Sonora, Mexico. The Tombstone project is an emerging Gold-Silver discovery with high grade CRD silver-lead-zinc potential in southern Arizona. Aztec’s shares trade on the TSX-V (symbol AZT) and on the OTCQB (symbol AZZTF).
Cervantes is a porphyry gold-copper property in eastern Sonora, MX that fits the company’s exploration strategy. The property has a 900m by 600m gold in soil anomaly that averages 0.44 gr/t gold with 118 samples ranging from 0.07 to 4.38 gr/t, 18 samples greater than 0.9 gr/t, largely hosted in quartz feldspar porphyry intrusive at the California Target.
Aztec owns 75% of and operates the Tombstone Project JV in eastern Arizona, USA. The Tombstone project JV covers the historic Tombstone Silver Mining district where mining began in 1878 and extracted high grade silver-gold-lead-zinc-copper from oxidized mantos (CRD’s) and epithermal veins. Larger sulphide rich CRD’s are envisaged deeper in the stratigraphy where highly prospective Paleozoic limestones are present. The thick sedimentary sequence is correlative to stratigraphy found 60km to the west at the massive Taylor lead-zinc CRD deposit. Smaller scale high-grade silver-gold veins are prospective and never explored by modern technics.