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Date: 01/03/2024 11.17pm AWST

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Fraser Range Project

Drilling at Fraser Range Project, Western Australia.

Classic’s Fraser Range Project (E28/1904) is 40km to the north east of Sirius’ Nova deposit on the Fraser-Albany Mobile Belt, 160 km east southeast of Kambalda and is of interpreted Proterozoic age. Classic holds a 28 km strike across 84 km². To date it has identified 19 conductors across the tenement and made two key discoveries.

Highlights

VTEM image showing growing hot zone for exploration through northern end of Fraser Range tenement. View full size.
Central Zone (Hot Spot). View full size.
Mammoth Prospect (A1) Cross Section Looking North East. View full size.

Results to date

Mammoth Nickel-Copper Discovery

Alpha Copper Deposit

Central Zone (Hot Spot)

Surface Geochem sampling at Central Zone. View full size.
Alpha Copper Deposit 3D Interpretation. View full size.
Core hole FRDH001. Massive -blebby Sulphides in FRDH001 at 41.7m downhole. Core is 50mm wide. The pale grey is pyrrhotite and the yellow is pentlandite and chalcopyrite. View full size.
Hole FRRC039 chip tray shows 3m sulphide rich intersection of around 15% mixed sulphides @ 0.5% Ni 45m-48m depth. View full size.
1 metre rich sulphide chips from hole FRRC040. View full size.

Background

Classic Fraser Range Project (E28/1904) is highly prospective for Copper, Nickel, Zinc and Gold and the Company has been driving an intense exploration program to accelerate its goals of discovery since IPO in May 2013.

In addition to the discoveries made so far, Classic has also been getting results across the tenement through earlier work showing:

FRDC001: 42.2m, Semi massive and veined mixed sulphides in sheared mafic host rock. Core is 50mm diameter. View full size.
FRDC001: 42.3m, semi massive, blebby and minor disseminated mixed sulphides in sheared mafic rock with red garnets. View full size.
FRDC0021: 42.2m, this shows the end view of the core at the break in Image 1. The semi massive to massive nature of the mixed sulphides is obvious. The core is 50mm in diameter. View full size.
Drilling at the Mammoth deposit. View full size.
RC and Diamond Drilling at the Mammoth deposit. View full size.
Visible Cu at Fraser Range. View full size.