Metalline Mining Co. reported on the results of the final drill tests performed at the company’s mining properties in Mexico. The company is exploring for zinc, lead and silver at the site.

Metalline Mining Company drilled a total of 41 test wells at the Sierra Mojada Project and reported an average of 58 grams of silver per ton, with a range from 20 grams to 80 grams per ton. The company also reported the presence of zinc and lead in the drill hole samples.

Metalline Mining Company said that the samples were sent to ALS-Chemex for preparation and analysis. Greg Hahn, the CEO of Metalline Mining Company, is the responsible person designated by the company to review the contents of the press release and verifying that it is complying with the appropriate securities regulations.

Metalline Mining Company has approximately 48,000 acres at the Sierra Mojada Project located in Coahuila, Mexico. The area has a long history of productive mines and has produced silver, copper, zinc and lead since it was first discovered in 1879.

Metalline Mining Company also has a concession in Gabon, where the company is exploring for diamonds. The company is in a joint venture at the properties with AngloGold Ashanti.

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