Auramex Resource Corp. is a mining exploration company the shares of which trade on the TSX Venture Exchange. The Company has three projects. One, acquired in 1990, called the Brandywine property is located 90 kilometres north of Vancouver with targets prospective in silver, zinc and gold mineralization.
The second, acquired in 2003, called the Magenta property, is located in Sinaloa State, Mexico with targets prospective in gold, cobalt, nickel, copper and silver mineralization. Within the Magenta boundary, the Company holds an option to purchase the El Fierro concession. The third property, acquired in September 2005, called the Bear River property, is a grassroots exploration project located near Stewart, BC.
Mining CompanyGold, silver, zinc, cobalt, nickel, copper
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