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Denver City Mine (MS 11792; Patented Claim: Denver City), Green Mountain (Iris) District, Saguache Co., Colorado, USA

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REF:Deposit:: OLSON, J.C., 1976, GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE IRIS QUADRANGLE, GUNNISON AND SAGUACHE COUNTIES, COLORADO: USGS MAP GQ-1286
Deposit:: DROBECK, P.A., 1981, PROTEROZOIC SYNGENETIC MASSIVE SULFIDE DEPOSITS IN THE GUNNISON GOLD BELT, COLORADO, IN EPIS, R.
Commodities (Major) - Zinc, Copper, Silver; (Minor) - Gold, Lead; (Trace) - Tellurium, Selenium
Development Status: Past Producer
Host Rock Unit: Dubois Greenstone--Felsite And Felsite Porphyry, Tuff Of Cochetopa Creek, Dubois Greenstone--Amphibolite
Structure: Gunnison Uplift; San Juan Volcanic Field, Gunnison Gold Belt, Iris Syncline, Lulu Fault, Gold Basin Stock
Host Rock: Volcanic Rock (Aphanitic), Porphyry, Rhyolite
Tectonic Structure: Central Cordillera (Southern Rocky Mtns)

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