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The Company’s principal project is the 8,000 hectare El Dorado-Monserrat epithermal gold project, located in the Deseado Massif region of Santa Cruz Province, Argentina, approximately 10 kilometres due west of the Cerro Vanguardia Mine operated by AngloGold Ashanti Limited.

The Company’s goal is to become a producer of gold, initially through the exploration and development of El Dorado-Monserrat.

Samco Gold also owns a portfolio of other mineral exploration properties in the Deseado Massif.

Our Operations

El Dorado – Monserrat

Our core El Dorado-Monserrat project (approx. 8,000 hectares) issituated adjacent to AngloGold Ashanti’s major Cerro Vanguardia goldmine and hosts over 15km of outcropping, low sulphidation epithermalgold-silver mineralized veins associated with identified domalfeatures. A significant element of the property is covered by a lateflow of olivine basalt...

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OurCorina project comprises three concessions totalling some 5,080hectares, situated on the northern boundary of Yamana Gold's Cerro Moroproperty.

Field work to date includes magnetometer surveys,detailed geological mapping (N. Callan, 2012), Gradient Array Geophysics(with some orientation Pole-Dipole lines) and a preliminary campaign often diamond drill holes for 2,148m on the Cerro Cubilete target, wherehigh to bonanza silver grades have been discovered on surface...

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Ginette and Giancarla: the "2Gs"

The 2G’s comprise two concessions, Ginette and Giancarla, totaling some11,000 hectares  separated by some 10km. The project is situated inthe Western Belt of the Deseado Massif and lies to the south of MirasolResources’ Virginia/Santa Rita project...

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In addition to the above properties, Samco Gold holds a series of earlystage properties, the majority of which were initially claimed byArgentine geologists early in the exploration of the region. Of thesethe Judite I and II and Maribel I properties were also...

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