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Consolidated Tin ups resources for Chloe, Jackson deposits at Einasleigh

An updated estimate increased resources for the Chloe and Jackson deposits of Consolidated Tin Mines Ltd.'s polymetallic Einasleigh property in Queensland, Australia.

The deposits now host indicated and inferred resources of 8 million tonnes grading 3.93% zinc, 1.52% lead, 0.18% copper and 35.6 g/t of silver for 314,900 tonnes of zinc, 121,700 tonnes of lead, 14,200 tonnes of copper and 9.2 million ounces of silver.

Consolidated Tin previously estimated Chloe and Jackson to host 3 million tonnes grading 5.3% zinc, 2.0% lead, 0.2% copper and 53 g/t of silver for 158,000 tonnes of zinc, 61,000 tonnes of lead, 7,000 tonnes of copper and 5.2 million ounces of silver.

Resources were quoted above a 1% zinc cutoff, and the updated estimate includes drilling completed in 2017, the company said in a June 18 release.

Consolidated Tin also said drilling is underway at the Kaiser Bill prospect within Einasleigh and plans to place a drill rig at Chloe and Jackson in the coming months.