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Xiejiashan Mine, Yingde Co., Qingyuan Prefecture, Guangdong Province, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 谢家山锡矿, 英德市, 清远市, 广东省, 中国
 
Greisen-type tin deposit with minor skarn and quartz vein-type mineralization.

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References

- Lianshun Feng (1986): Preliminary understanding of several types of tin deposits in Guangdong Province. Geology and Prospecting 22(3), 21-27.
- Kaihao Wen (2007): Geological Characteristics and Mineralization Mechanism of the Xiejiashan Tin Deposit in Guangdong. Gansu Metallurgy 29(5), 36-38 (in Chinese).

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