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Inca Minerals Ltd. (ASX: ICG), Perth, Australian junior mining company exploring for base metals and precious metals in Peru, informed that the first drill hole conducted on the Huamaspunco target of its Zn-Ag-Pb project Riqueza (Huancavelica), has gone through three sulfide veins.

The peak values of the three intersections include 14.59% Zn, 451 gr/t Ag and 26.88% Pb (vein HV-06); 10% Zn, 480 gr/t Ag and 18.56% Pb (vein HV- 09), and 15.86% Zn, 327 gr/t Ag and 15.98% Pb (vein HV-10).

Riqueza hosts a zinc-silver-lead replacement deposit named Huamaspunco-Pinta, and a zinc-silver-lead-gold deposit known as Uchpanga. Its goal is to drill up to 16,800m and execute trenches for a total of 3,080m.