The Rebeico Gold-Copper Project is located in Mexico’s famed Sierra Madre Gold belt, one of the world’s largest and most prolific mineral districts, credited with production of over 80 million ounces of gold and over 4.5 billion ounces of silver*
The Rebeico project is located 115 kilometers east of Hermosillo Sonora, Mexico and is easily accessed by paved and all- weather roads.
Rebeico is the site of numerous historical small underground mines which were developed along a one kilometer steeply dipping vein referred to as the “Alaska” vein.
Old workings along the Alaska vein were developed to depths of approximately 70 meters over widths of 1.5 meters and occur intermittently along strike.
The mines were developed to extract gold, copper and silver ores during the early 1940’s, and were sent for refining to El Paso , Texas
Since that time, little activity took place on the properties until they were consolidated in the mid-2000’s by a local Mexican geologist ,Ing. Francisco Navarro, who founded YQ Gold de Mexico S.A. de C.V. with two other accomplished geologists, to further explore and develop the promising prospect.
YQ Gold undertook a compilation of all available historical data and determined that the property had exceptional potential for the discovery of multiple styles of gold, copper and silver mineralization.