Location of Riqueza South project in relation to Riqueza

Inca Minerals (ASX: ICG) obtained rights to five concession areas adjacent to its Riqueza copper-gold project, adding 3600ha to the 6358ha already controlled.
The new blocks represent a project extension named Riqueza South.
For the Occorccocha I, Occorccocha II and Ccarhua II blocks Inca succeeded in outbidding Anglo American Peru, whereas the Ccarhua I and Gutierrez II blocks were uncontested.
These blocks surround a cluster of five high-quality blocks won by Anglo American, which now controls 2,100ha of the Riqueza South area.
A review of recent mapping programs confirms the greater Riqueza epithermal-porphyry-skarn system continues from Riqueza to Riqueza South, with a total mineralised footprint of over 12km x 5km.
Satellite image interpretation, mapping and sampling done by Inca prior to the auction confirmed significant copper occurrences within the Occorccocha II concession. And in November 2020 the firm announced mapping and sampling results that confirmed copper/silver mineralisation and porphyry within Ccarhua I, notably two zones of interest, dubbed Cerro Vicuña and Cerro Ccarhua.

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