Classic Minerals is an emerging West Australian exploration company

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Address change as of 1 October 2015:

71 Furniss Road, Landsdale WA 6065

Phone: 08 6305 0221

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About Classic

Classic is an Australian based exploration company with 178 km2 of tenements across 3 major regional exploration areas in Western Australia. Classic’s Flagship project is on Fraser Range 40 km NE of Sirius’ Nova & Bollinger discoveries, where Classic has discovered the Mammoth nickel-copper target, a new target style of magmatic nickel-copper mineralisation on the Fraser Range. Classic’s tenements are in areas with identified high grade nickel, copper, cobalt, manganese, gold, and base metal targets.

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Classic tenements cover a total area of 178 km2 collectively in the Eastern Goldfields, Murchison and Fraser Range Provinces of Western Australia and in areas with identified highly anomalous nickel, copper, cobalt, manganese, gold, base metal, and iron targets.

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Fraser Range

Located 160 km ESE of Kambalda and in the Fraser-Albany Mobile Belt, which further to the north hosts the 6.4 million ounce Havana and Tropicana gold deposits and 38 km to the south hosts the recently discovered and highly significant Sirius Resources NL Nova Nickel/Copper sulphide deposit. In this project which is highly prospective for copper, nickel, zinc and gold, Classic Minerals identified 7 high priority targets from 18 electromagnetic conductors. Drilling has successfully identified Mammoth and Alpha mineralisation and exploration of these and other targets continues.

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Located in the Barrambie Greenstone Belt the project covers a historic underground gold mining operation with a small high grade gold deposit identified and further drilling would likely add to the gold resource potential of the area.

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Cowarna Rocks

Located 75 km east of Kalgoorlie, prospective for detrital hematite, similar to a large alluvial deposit 5km to the west.

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