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Tapping Into a Legendary Mine

Omri Wallach Omri Wallach, Stockhouse
0 Comments| June 1, 2020

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Click to enlargeA legendary historical mine is one thing, but one that can be resurrected and brought back into the current market is another thing entirely.

It takes a strong market and many of the right circumstances for a massive project with known, historical, and even "legendary" status to fall into your lap. But that's exactly what's happened to Richmond Minerals Inc. (TSX-V:RMD, OTC:RMDFF, Forum) with Austria’s sleeping silver giant Oberzeiring, once known as the “Mother of Vienna.”

Tapping into historical success seems to be the Company's forte. While focusing on waking up Oberzeiring in a strong silver and gold market, Richmond Minerals has also been developing its Ridley Lake Gold Project in Ontario in a prosperous mining district with discoveries right on their doorstep.

How has the Company found itself in such a strong position, and how does it capitalize? Richmond Minerals' Exploration Manager Warren Hawkins recently spoke with Stockhouse Media to dive into what makes Oberzeiring and Ridley Lake so promising and how the Company is moving forward with both projects.



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