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Uchimchek Ag-Sb-Fe-As deposit, Kumyshtag ore cluster, Talas Silver District, Talas Oblast, Kyrgyzstan

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Veins, disseminations and hydrothermally altered zones in limestones and hornfels. An Fe-As mineralization is overprinted by an Ag-Sb mineralization, consisting of Cu-Pb-Ag sulphosalts and sulphides.

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- Pavlova, G.G., and Borisenko, A.S. (2009): The age of Ag-Sb deposits of Central Asia and their correlation with other types of ore systems and magmatism. Ore Geology Reviews 35, 164-185.

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